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Review of Muffuletta Cafe - CLOSED

Muffuletta Cafe
Price range: US$0 - US$30
Cuisines: American
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Restaurant details
Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Cross street: Carter Avenue
Description: "Chef Matt Ellison ... showcasing some of the best local farmers and letting their beautiful Midwestern products make his contemporary cooking arguments for him." Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl - The daily-printed menu, filled with irresistible flavors and tempting aromas, is truly a feast for the senses. The wine menu is hand- picked by the Sommelier and also changes to reflect the seasonal and ethnic influences of the cuisine. - Jeremy Iggers of the Minneapolis Star Tribune describes the restaurant as "a candle-lit chef-driven bistro with an imaginative globe-trotting menu."
Reviewed June 13, 2017

We had the best Idaho trout ever, accompanied with Hesse CabernetvSauvignon and true Saint Paul crafted double IPA.
This was a meal combo thats difficult to beat!

Thank Janet G
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Reviewed June 10, 2017 via mobile

Been here many times, the food is always good, service great and the atmosphere is unique. Great location and the facility is actually larger than just the front seating area, there is a larger room in the back for big groups.

Thank Vi S
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Reviewed May 30, 2017

The service was fine and our table by the window was nice, but the food was very disappointing. We ordered the soup of the day, chicken with vegetable soup. Mine had not one piece of chicken in the soup and was a bowl full of cooked celery. We mentioned this to the waitress who said it was probably because we had the first soup served of the day and the chicken was at the bottom of the pot! The beet salad was mediocre. I expected more from this restaurant.

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Reviewed May 28, 2017

Haven't been to Muffuletta, but decided to meet friends there as it was half-way between our homes. We ate out on the patio on a lovely evening. The complimentary truffle oil popcorn and bread with roasted garlic were great. Each couple split the beet salad, which was very fresh and not overdressed. The entrees of salmon (a special that evening), pork, chicken and trout were all top notch. Service was attentive. We totally enjoyed the evening and will return.

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Thank RHG0165
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Reviewed May 9, 2017

We ate at Muffuletta's on a Sunday morning. Our waiter, Andy, ignored us the entire time. Our water was finally filled when we asked the busboy for more. Once that happened, the busboy continued to fill our water. We waited an hour for breakfast. The restaurant was not that busy. They have a nice patio and it was quiet because there were more customers outside then in. There is not a huge food selection, but 7 of us enjoyed our meals once they arrived. Andy never gave us a reason for the long wait. To add insult, we waited to pay our bill.

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Thank JGtraveler2817
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