There are a lot of great brunch options in Minneapolis, but only one of them is located inside the contemporary art museum. This restaurant at the Walker Art Center has floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the sculpture garden and serves seasonal takes on brunch favorites, like vegetable hash, steak and eggs, and something called Lox On A Log, which we’re very into. It’s a great spot to meet your parents or in-laws over the weekend and depending on how you like to experience a museum, or deal with family time, Esker Grove also serves great brunch cocktails.
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