In the heart of the North Loop Neighborhood, Spoon and Stable is a restaurant housed in a building that was previously a horse stable dating back to 1906. Chef/Owner Gavin Kaysen, a James Beard Award winner, has always yearned to return to Minneapolis, where he was raised. The food is primarily influenced by the Midwest’s seasonality, the origins of the local culture, and, technically, Chef Kaysen’s signature French cuisine.
The area that Spoon and Stable now resides in was formerly a horse stable where horses were used to transport materials from the river to the mill factories and warehouses in the city center. The restaurant has transformed the space into something that will be enjoyable, welcoming, and, most importantly, comfortable. The area was built with amazing foundations and unmistakable character. Every night, Chef Gavin leads his staff to serve you a casual meal full of flavor. The menu is created to satisfy every want and feeling that a diner will have. The menu is divided into five categories: “land,” “sea,” “grains & pasta,” and “chilled.”
Aside from its delectable food, Spoon and Stable offers refreshing drinks, some of which are spirit-free! The non-alcoholic selection includes the Flor, which is made with Seedlip Spice 94, lemon, peach blossom, and celery.
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