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Mickey's Diner - 3 Reviews - 36 7th St. W., Saint Paul, MN - Food & Dining Reviews - Phone (651) 222-5633

Mickey's Diner

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36 7th St. W.
Saint Paul, MN 55115
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(651) 222-5633
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If you start your visit to the Twin Cities with St. Paul, you have to lunch at Mickey’s Diner to truly experience Americana at its finest. Some places you go for the great food, s...

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Good Place! 10/14/2005

You may remember this place as "that restaurant from the Mighty Ducks" but it really is a good place to eat! Late, or early, Mickey’s has good food, good prices, and a good staff to serve. 27X7, you'll be in heaven! Love all of Mickey's greasy food, especially after a good nights drinkin. GET IN GET OUT GET ON WITH YOUR LIFE. more

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Charming Little Rail Car Hides A Delicious "Greasy Spoon" 9/27/2005

Located right in the heart of downtown Saint Paul, on an unassuming corner, like a piece of history plucked out of nowhere, is Mickeys Diner Car. I've heard Mickey's called a work of art. That's kind of true. The glittering red & white exterior is none other than a real old fashioned train car. It is so well maintained and kept up that I think it must look as beautiful as it did the day it was made. The interior is no exception, with a vintage feel that makes you wish you had a poodle skirt on and were sitting there with your beau in his letterman's jacket. I mean, come on they even have a jukebox at every booth. The food is typical Greasy Spoon fare, burgers, malts, fries, omelettes, grilled cheese. And with 24 Hour service, Mickey's is the place to go when you're done partying in St. Paul or done at the theater and want to unwind with fun. more

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Americana dining at its finest 9/25/2005

If you start your visit to the Twin Cities with St. Paul, you have to lunch at Mickey’s Diner to truly experience Americana at its finest. Some places you go for the great food, some you visit for the ambiance. At Mickey’s you get a big slice of both topped with a heaping helping of nostalgia. Located in a sleek art-deco style dining car reminiscent of days gone by, Mickey’s sits at the corner of Ninth and St. Peter Street, but that hasn’t always been the case. The red and cream wonder was originally built in New Jersey. It was made to be transported easily by railcar and in 1937 it was delivered to its current location where it has been in operation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week ever since. Although Mickey’s wouldn’t be classified as a high brow eating establishment, the generous portions of top quality comfort food and quirky atmosphere have attracted the likes of Arnold Schwarznegger, Peter Jennings, Emelio Estevez, Liv Tyler, Bill Murray and countless other celebrities and politicians. Dept. 56, a line of exclusive ceramic giftware, immortalized the Mickey’s building in glass. Mickey’s was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983, one of only two diners to earn such a distinction. more
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