If you are searching for the perfect dinner, Forepaughs Restaurant is considered one of the finest in the whole Twin Cities
Built in 1870 by the star-crossed Joseph Forepaughs, this delightful vestige of Victorian architecture offers fine French cuisine to its patrons. And it is definitely the food, not the ghost, that keeps people coming back. With entries like “Entrecote Au Poivre Vert,” a
New York sirloin prepared to your taste with a spicy green peppercorn sauce or “Coquille St. Jacques,” baked sea scallops simmered with white wine, cream, mushrooms, parsley, and topped with breadcrumbs, you will be transported to a higher culinary plane.