Late night eats on a Sunday--MSP
ooh, i dunno stymie. i wouldn't necessarily bring anybody from out of town to get food at rudolph's unless they had no idea about what bbq actually is. rudolph's bbq is pretty laughable, is my point, and it might actually be inedible/insulting to someone who is used to good bbq. happy hour drinks i could see, food not so much.
Here's a couple ideas...
Cafe Barbette (I think they have entrees as well as small-meal size snacks)
Bulldog NE (good burgers and such)
Azia (full menu, though I'm really more familiar with the happy hour food)
Rinata (full menu - pastas, pizzas, etc - I've seen mixed reviews but I like it)
Chino Latino (this can be kind of a meat market, but the food's pretty good and on a Sunday it's likely to be calm)