These Are The 14 Oldest Restaurants in Minnesota
If you follow my blog, you know I have an obsession for old houses.
Multiple times in the past week, I've written about houses that were featured on "For The Love of Old Houses."
I think there's something so magical about timeless character. Who doesn't enjoy driving into a town that transports you back in time with the old timey and stunning buildings?
I don't know if I spent a past life in a city like this or what it is that makes me SO obsessed. Every time I drive into places like Lanesboro, Northfield, Chatfield, just to name a few, I am in awe. I think they are super adorable.
It's even better stepping into one of those buildings. A dimly lit space with exposed brick - tell me that's not freaking romantic as can be! With Valentine's Day right around the corner, you could really wow your date by taking them to a place with all the history.
Cities like Duluth, Mantorville, and several in between are rich in history. Interestingly, there's even a restaurant in Minnesota that's older than the state itself.
14 Of The Oldest Restaurants In Minnesota
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So, now for the true Minnesotan test. How many of these places have you eaten at?
Sadly, I've only been to one - The Hubbell House. It was fabulous, but I think it's time to take that old restaurant road trip!
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