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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Landmarc Grill

405 S. Eighth St. (Fourth Ave.) Send to Phone
612-455-1204
THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES TO THE NORMANDY KITCHEN. Minnesotans have fond memories of the former Normandy Kitchen; thankfully it's revived with a different name and look.
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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES Landmarc Grill Restaurant Review

: THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES TO THE NORMANDY KITCHEN. Budget-minded travelers have long known to book rooms at the comfortable (but hardly chic) Normandy Inn, with one reservation: the hotel was a no-dining zone. No longer. Enter the Landmarc Grill, a cozy, comfortable café serving affordable, all-American fare all day long. At lunch that means a thick, juicy cheeseburger paired with thin, golden fries, an Asian-inspired chicken salad, a credible Niçoise, tarragon-crusted roast chicken, plump crab cakes, and shrimp-stuffed deviled eggs. Dinner features stalwarts, such as liver and onions, an iceberg wedge salad, a decent Cobb, spaghetti and meatballs, a fine New York strip and a don't-miss apple tart. (Warm popovers are a nice touch, too.) Breakfast is the Grill's low point; not bad, just a bit of a bore (a better bet is to walk four blocks west to another Minneapolis landmark, Peter's Grill). The bar, dark and inviting, is the place for a well-poured cocktail and a quick snack.

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