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MSP: Best Eggs Benedict??

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looking for quality and variety

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  1. I really like the Crab Cake Benedict at Longfellow Grill. They are very rich, a once a year treat for me.

    My cafeteria at work has decent ones too, but probably not what you were looking for.

    1. I really like the Eggs Benedict at Al's Breakfast. I don't eat this dish very often, so when I do, it must be fab. Al's bennie sauce is really tart and lemony. Yum.

      Anne

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      Al's Breakfast
      413 14th Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414

      Longfellow Grill
      2990 W River Pkwy, Minneapolis, MN 55406

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      1. re: AnneInMpls

        I'm not sure what you'd be looking for in terms of variety when it comes to benedicts, but I'll second Anne's recommendation for Al's--I love their hollandaise.

        ~TDQ

        1. re: AnneInMpls

          I third the recommendation. I only eat eggs benedict at Al's (which means I'm limited to maybe once or twice a year, if that, since I'm not from MSP). You won't get variety, but where else can you get a side wally blue to go along with your eggs benedict? I love their hollandaise, and the English muffins are crisped just right! And the egg is nice and runny, too.

        2. I just notice Craftsman offers eggs benedict for their Sunday brunch. Anyone tried it?

          http://www.craftsmanrestaurant.com/br...

          ~TDQ

          1. I can't believe this hasn't been mentioned yet, but the Bison Benedict @ Hell's Kitchen. Comes with a tangerine-jalapeno hollandaise that is delightful.

            I'm not a fan of the eggs benny, but this one was good enough for me to want more.

            http://www.hellskitcheninc.com/HellsK...

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            1. re: Foureyes137

              second the hell's kitchen bison benny. also make a point to order benny when it's on the brunch menu at lucia's. don't order it that often/have no desire to order at other places, though i would definitely be intrigued to try the craftsman version mentioned by TDQ, though have no idea when the opportunity will next arise. . .

              1. re: soupkitten

                I loved the Crab Cake with Poached Egg (Benedict) ay Hell's.

            2. I had really good eggs benedict at Hot Plate. I had a little bit of a cold, but they still tasted great!

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              Hot Plate
              5204 Bloomington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55417

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              1. re: drew13000

                Sounds like a quest!

                I'm not a benedict fan myself, but my eyes popped out when I saw what was being served at the Monte Carlo.

                1. re: Loren3

                  Not fancy, but I like the Egg's Benedict at Sunny Side Up cafe. They also serve it with home fries and more hollandaise sauce.