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Downtown, Saint Paul : les meilleurs cafés

Grocery or Supermarket
“The Lunds Grocery store is a two block walk from the "parking lot" side of the home. Great Salad Bar, Deli Counter, and Big Bowl Take Out (check out the family meal deal). Look for BOGO's (buy one get one specials) daily. Secret Tip: f you shop after 8 pm the bakery loaves are 2 for 1 also. Slice the seeded loaf up thin (bread knife in the drawer below the toaster) and serve with butter and jam for an easy breakfast the newt day. ”
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Cafe
“Located in Cathedral Hill on Selby Avenue, Nina’s Coffee Café is a cozy coffee shop. Tables fill up fast on the weekends with college students and professionals trying to get work done, but if you get a spot try one of their vanilla lattes (Nina’s serves Spyhouse Coffee). And if you stick around for lunch, their sandwiches are to die for. Plus, a whole entire wall is taken up by a painted bookcase—you can’t get cuter than that.”
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“Amazing homemade everything with rotating specials that are to die for. There is often a wait but the coffee shop across the street can be a good place to spend your time, its worth it! ”
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Adresse pour Petit Déjeuner
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“One of the best restaurant to visit during your stay in Saint Paul. Its just 4 minutes away from Winter Place.”
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Cafe
“Hip coffeehouse features specialty espresso drinks, craft beer, wines, art exhibitions & live music, often jazz.”
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Café
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“If the look of your latte almost matters as much as the taste, you’re in the right place. Café Astoria has gone viral for its extravagant, colorful, gold leaved lattes and mochas—perhaps you’ve seen this video? Located on West Seventh Street in St. Paul, you’ll be Instagramming your creation before you even take a sip.”
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“OMG - some of the most amazing baked goods I have ever had. You have to get the coconut macaroons. To die for!”
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Restaurant
Cafe
“Great food, crazy, interesting decor. Dog-friendly and truly a unique space in Lowertown.”
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Ice Cream Shop
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“Get yourself some Thai rolled ice cream after you eat dinner at Thai Garden. They are only a few doors away from one another. Not sure what makes it Thai, but this place is one of those small joints where you watch at the counter, through the glass as they beat up fresh cream and turn it into ice cream before your eyes. They also serve coffee, cappucino, and lattes.”
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Boulangerie
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