When my friend suggested All Saints for our monthly friendship dinner I was excited, because 1. it meant I got to go back to my beloved Northeast and 2. I hadn’t even heard of it yet!
Their approach is “giving vegetables the same center of the plate treatment as meat, while still sharing the spotlight.” We ordered a bunch of small plates to share, which is definitely the right way to do this.
Salt & Pepper Mushrooms: Scallion dip-dip
I absolutely loved these and would happily eat them everyday. The mushrooms were crisp and loved the flavor.
Charred Cucumbers: Whipped ricotta, calabrian chilies, crispy garlic
I am a big fan of cucumbers so seeing them in an elevated form with flavors I wouldn’t have imagined was super cool.
Scallops: Carrot hummus, walnut tabouli
These scallops were cooked perfectly and the carrot hummus was such a unique flavor.
Duck Confit: Escarole, cherry mostarda, nutmeg
I had to get the Duck Confit, because husband ALWAYS talks about it and I’ve never tried it before. I enjoyed it, but it wasn’t the easiest “shareable” item.
They have a selection of wines, cocktails and beer available. They also have some zero proof items which I love that places are starting to offer for those, like my friend, who choose to abstain from alcohol.
Service was great and the inside was super intimate and I loved the cute marquette outside so naturally I had to take a photo. It is in downtown Northeast so I would definitely plan to pay for street parking!
222 East Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55414
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