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Fancy hotel/restaurant includes extensive art gallery.
Restaurant, Bar, Hotel/B&B
The restaurant is now run by D'Amico as of July 20, 2009 and the menu is no longer veg-friendly.
This place screams hipster and coolness, with a new "ice bar" in the Courtyard and an extensive art collectiong throughout the whole property.
Also offers brunch. The bar is open much later than the kitchen (kitchen hours are posted here).
on Mar 8 07
(last updated Sep 6 09)
Most Recent Reviews
Chambers recently changed chef from Jean Georges to the crew at D'Amico's. All of the previous menu items that previous reviews raved about are gone. In comes a whole new menu and little seems veg friendly. I called about reservations recently and asked about veg items. The person on the phone was helpful and had worked there for sometime, but was not able to recommend decent vegan choices. He said many of things had chicken stock and other ingredients in base dishes that made if difficult to improvise a decent meal. As such we chose to make reservations and dine else where.
I've only eaten brunch here, but it was really tasty. I had the oatmeal with fruit and then a side of their roasted potatoes, which I was assured were cooked using oil, not butter. Both were delicious. The only complaint I had is that they don't have soy milk, which I thought was kind of weird considering all the great reviews they get about having awesome vegan food. Didn't ruin the meal or anything, just thought it was weird. I didn't ask for any special accommodations, just ordered off the menu and it was fine!
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On the southwest corner of South 9th St. and Hennepin Avenue.
$$$ - expensive
- Happy Hour
- Large Group-Friendly
- Outdoor Seating
- Private Rooms
- Valet Parking