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Top cafe recommendations from locals

Bakery
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“Wuollet Bakery is the kind of bakery I grew up going to on the weekend with freshly made muffins, pastries, donuts, cakes, cookies, breads, danishes, macaroons and a full selection of coffee drinks. Wedding cakes are one of their specialties. The seating inside is limited but you can usually sit down. You can get a dairy free espresso or coffee drink but options for gluten free are extremely limited.”
  • 5 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Simple diner popular with locals. They have fresh coffee but no espresso. Service is friendly, Rhonda remembers the orders of regulars. I've only gone for breakfast, get there before 9:30 on weekends if you want a leisurely pace. Late weekend mornings are full and busy. Prices are very reasonable for the Twin Cities and portions are hefty. Try the hearty breakfast if you're starving. Eggs Benedict or Polish scrambler are also good. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Greek Restaurant
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“Athens is set up with tray service so this is basically good, Budget-friendly Greek food. Located in the strip mall between Bottineau Boulevard and West Broadway it is a short distance from the main downtown of Robbinsdale. You'll find the usual Greek salad, gyros, falafel and fountain drinks, always fresh and made to order. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Marna's Cafe is in downtown Robbinsdale. Offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks including espresso beverages, fruit smoothies, wine and beer. This is a mid-priced cafe with a casual feel. Currently they offer some small plates in tapa style. Try the yucca fries, squid salad, Chafrito. In July 2019 they are moving across the street into a big space and will start offering full sized plates. The food is really good and the service is friendly. If you have food allergies, talk to staff and they are helpful and can make to order.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Café
“First Crack is a local breakfast and lunch place in the strip mall between West Broadway and Bottineau Boulevard. They offer a combination of standard breakfast fare and their own specialties like the Seoul Benny with kimchi and Korean pot roast. Prices are reasonable and by Twin Cities standards, affordable. Coffee is all you can drink and they put several serve yourself flavors out and offer both regular creamer and non-dairy. They are responsive to requests to accommodate food allergies. Atmosphere is casual and they tend to fill up on weekends.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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Fast Food Restaurant
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Restaurant
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“Super yummy!! Their breakfasts are amazing and their big windows and open space is amazing on MN dreary days. ”
  • 1 local recommends