Annie's Parlour

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313 14th Avenue Southeast, Minneapolis, MN, USA
(612) 379-0744
Annie's Parlour - cheeseburger
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Annie's Parlour - Harriet and Michael
Annie's Parlour - the group at Annie's
Annie's Parlour - The patio at Annie's
Annie's Parlour - My plate of Chicken ceasar salad

Annie's Parlour Minneapolis Reviews

alyssa_ob alyssa_ob
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Good burgers and malts Apr 22, 2011
Annie's Parlour is known for their good old American cuisine - burgers, fries and malts! Located in Dinkytown, by the University of Minnesota campus, this restaurant will likely be filled with college students. The restaurant is located above the Kitty Cat Club so you need to take the stairs to the left of the Kitty Cat Club to get in.

Annie's has an open seating area filled with tables. There is a nice patio, however it was raining so no one was out there. The walls are filled with windows giving you a great view of the Minneapolis skyline, the U of M, and Dinkytown. There is often a short wait, but it is worth it!

Harriet (africancrab) was in town to visit a friend, so Michael (Lord Mike), Bill (the_Bill) and I met up with her and her friends for a late dinner. We got there early and ordered cheeseburgers and a basket of fries. The malts are huge, so we ordered one to split between 3 of us. Harriet and friends got there right as our food showed up.

The menu has burgers, a couple of salads, sandwiches, and about 15 different flavors of malts. Michael ordered a chocolate banana malt and Harriet ordered a blueberry malt and then we split them. They were both good, but the blueberry one came with frozen blueberries - it would have been nice if they were thawed first. The fries were skin-on fries and tasted much better than they looked. The cheeseburger had some nice seasonings and was quite tasty.

The service was really good, expecially considering how busy they were. Parking is hard to come by. If you get a spot on the street, you need to feed the meter quarters until 10 pm Monday-Saturday. Don't try to get lucky because the meter maid is always making the rounds. There is also parking a block away at the Dinkytown parking lot. It is $2/hour, but if you take your parking ticket with you, Annie's will validate it and you will get one free hour of parking (yay!). Several of the businesses in Dinkytown validate tickets.

Annie's was a fun place to eat. Good food, good service, good views. It can get noisy when full, but it is a nice, casual atmosphere with reasonable prices.
Annie's is up above
The patio at Annie's
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Harriet and Michael
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Africancrab says:
Congrats, it was so much fun meeting you guys there.
Posted on: Apr 27, 2011
alyssa_ob says:
Thanks for the congrats everyone! Dinkytown is actually a neighborhood, or part of a neighborhood, of Minneapolis. It is a few blocks containing several restaurants, pubs, boutiques, etc, just north of the University of Minnesota campus. (In case you were wondering)
Posted on: Apr 27, 2011
nyprne says:
Congratulations on your featured review. It's tough to beat a good burger. But a good burger amongst friends is even better.
Posted on: Apr 27, 2011
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Good Old American Cuisine Apr 21, 2011
I was in Saint Paul for 4 days visiting with my girlfriend Agnes. Since I was in town, the Minneapolis Travbuddies got together for a mini meet-up at Annie's Parlor.It is located by the University of Minnesota campus west. I liked the simple nature of the place and the fast service. The cuisine is old fashioned American with sandwiches and burgers.
My plate of Chicken ceasar salad
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