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Bar La Grassa



800 N Washington Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55401

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(612) 333-3837

  • Sun - 5:00pm - 10:00am
  • Mon - Sat 5:00pm - 2:00am

Cuisine: Bars, Italian Restaurants


4.7 of 5.0 from 166 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • Doble CEgg and lobster. Gnocchi. Prawns. All fantastic. Fettuccine Alfredo okay.

    55555 by Doble C


  • Jason C.Hard to go wrong with anything on the menu, but the Gnocchi would hold its own anywhere on earth.

    55555 by Jason C.


  • alba e.Calamarata w/ Raw Tuna is great.

    55555 by alba e.


  • alba e.Get the Soft Eggs & Lobster Bruschetta, you won't regret.

    55555 by alba e.


  • alba e.crab toast, cauliflower, all of the pastas

    55555 by alba e.


  • April LThe gnocchi is a must have and their best selling dish! Also, the pasta negra, mushroom and taleggio agnolotti, cavatelli (w/rabbit!) and bisteca are amazing! One of the best restaurants in Mpls!

    55555 by April L


  • Chad MSteak Bisteca was killer and amazing place!

    55555 by Chad M


  • Marilyn M.Favorite thing is soft eggs and lobster bruschetta. The smoked spaghetti with lobster and the gnocchi with cauliflower and orange are wonderful. The dish with duck sugo..awesome! Desserts wonderful!

    55555 by Marilyn M.


  • Alice JGreat food, service and ambiance

    55555 by Alice J


  • Dave S.Best gnocchi I've ever had.

    55555 by Dave S.


  • Ricel A.Pasta Negra with Sea Urchin Chili, Mussels and Tomato is out of this world. Same chef as 112 Eatery so that alone speaks about your foodscapade. Will go back for more, for sure!

    55555 by Ricel A.


  • Kate Y.Lobster + Egg scramble is DELICIOUS.

    55555 by Kate Y.


  • Daniel W.Contender for best overall restaurant experience. Love this place. Do lots of half size pasta dishes.

    55555 by Daniel W.


  • Tony S.The bruschetta was amazing

    55555 by Tony S.


  • Ben G.Best italian in Minneapolis hands down. Awesome atmosphere and building. Great wine list. Try their Rabbit Capatini.

    55555 by Ben G.


  • Nick B.Gnocchi is outstanding. Must have!

    55555 by Nick B.


  • Nicholas K.When the Thai panna cotta is on the dessert menu, save room.

    55555 by Nicholas K.


  • Nicholas K.The fois gras tortellini is chill-inducing.

    55555 by Nicholas K.


  • The Product PoetDefinitely try the red wine spaghetti.

    55555 by The Product Poet


  • Kasey S.Soft eggs with lobster is a must. Pass on the pasta negra w/ mussels and sea urchin chili (even though the other reviews say so); it's pretty yet somewhat bland. Smoked black cod salad is solid too.

    55555 by Kasey S.


  • Shawn G.What isn't good here? That's usually what I say to people who ask me about BLG. High end cuisine without haughtiness bring BLG into an echelon all of its own.

    55555 by Shawn G.


  • Rebecca T.Great Italian in the North Loop. If your party is bigger than 2, make a reservation.

    55555 by Rebecca T.


  • Jason L.Skip the bruschetta as it is over salted and get more pasta!

    33333 by Jason L.


  • Scott MThe orange zest gnocchi yumyum

    55555 by Scott M


  • Philip TThe cauliflower gnocchi was ABSOLUTELY the best! I will be back!

    55555 by Philip T


  • Dorothy SEgg and lobster bruschetta

    55555 by Dorothy S


  • Nathan MPasta was overcooked. Service was worse.

    11111 by Nathan M


  • City Pages Street TeamThere is a reason BLG has been voted Best Italian food in the Twin Cities with dishes like the 'Nduja Egg Raviolo. It grabs a hold of your taste buds and doesn't let go until every bit is gone.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • Heavy TableTry the Calamarata with Raw Tuna: brightly spiced, al dente squid-shaped rings of pasta and huge, tender chunks of tuna conjure up a setting far from the landlocked tundra.

    55555 by Heavy Table


  • Lindsi G.Soft egg and lobster (also referred to as lobster egg bruschetta). You don't need to know anything else. Go forth and enjoy.

    33333 by Lindsi G.


  • Jeremiah G.All of the pasta is made in house, even the dry pasta. It's delicious, and the bruschetta is amazing. All of it.

    55555 by Jeremiah G.


  • LaneGet the Gnocchi with Cauliflower and Orange as well as the Mushroom and Taleggio Agnolotti. Both were incredible and melt in your mouth awesome. All the food here is extremely rich and flavorful!

    55555 by Lane


  • Harper WentzBar la Grassa is absolutely divine😍 the pork bruschetta is delicious, it is so tender and its crispy! Yummy! Also the mushroom tallegio agnolotti is my favorite! So good words can't describe❤️❤️

    55555 by Harper Wentz


  • Steve FredericksonLamb meatballs

    55555 by Steve Frederickson


  • Chris R.Cauliflower gnocchi is awesome. The best pasta in the US.

    55555 by Chris R.


  • Danielle DavisBest Italian I've ever had. A Minneapolis MUST. Will be back when I'm in town again.

    55555 by Danielle Davis


  • Harper WentzTheir crab ravioli is just light enough, but with it's perfectly moist, delicate, light, perfectly cooked crab in a tomato cream sauce is so amazing😍❤️

    55555 by Harper Wentz


  • Harper WentzCrab ravioli and ricotta pizzete

    55555 by Harper Wentz


  • City Pages Street TeamThe menu looks like an Italian version of a Spanish tapas bar, including raw halibut antipasti, burrata bruschetta, and nearly two dozen fresh and dried pastas.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • Caleb U.Fusili with lamb meatballs are awesome

    55555 by Caleb U.


  • Caleb U.Lobster eggs really mediocre

    33333 by Caleb U.


  • Caleb U.Don't eat the after dinner treat. It's terribly spicy licorice (coming from someone who likes black licorice)

    33333 by Caleb U.


  • Caleb U.Foie Gras tortellini absolutely amazing

    55555 by Caleb U.


  • Caleb U.Bar is amazing - order one of their drinks and not just a standard.

    55555 by Caleb U.


  • John Z.Amazing food and atmosphere. You must try the Orange Cauliflower Gnocchi and you can not go wrong on any of the Bruschetta.

    55555 by John Z.


  • Amanda K.She service is amazing! Order the braised saffron milk chicken. Soooo good!

    55555 by Amanda K.


  • Javen S.Half-portion pastas are still quite generously sized, and several cost less than $10.

    55555 by Javen S.


  • Karen BFood was yummy! Try the soft egg lobster bruschetta and the gnocchi!

    55555 by Karen B


  • Nick B.Absolute favorite in the North Loop. Consistently great food and service.

    55555 by Nick B.


  • Emily T.Order the gnocchi. You won't be disappointed. Although you can't go wrong with anything on their menu.

    55555 by Emily T.


  • Mick J.The Bucatini w Bolognese, best pasta on the menu!

    55555 by Mick J.


  • JL W.Love the soft eggs and lobster brushetta.

    55555 by JL W.


  • Roscoe B.The carpaccio is most excellent.

    55555 by Roscoe B.


  • Meghan K.Gnocchi with orange and cauliflower was delicious - same with the marinated pork shoulder bruschetta. The pasta negro was a bit lackluster in comparison, though. Split a bottle of wine & you're set!

    55555 by Meghan K.


  • Katie M.Get the small sizes to share and a bottle of wine! Servers are awesome!!

    55555 by Katie M.


  • Brian J.Good food, good atmosphere, great prices, the small plate will be more than enough. Make sure you have reservations!

    55555 by Brian J.


  • City Pages Street TeamBar La Grassa is a North Loop mainstay for good reason.They have the trifecta of fabulous handmade pasta, perfect negronis, and high standards of service that diners look for in an Italian restaurant.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • Joe S.Braised Rabbit and cavatelli! It doesn't get much better.

    55555 by Joe S.


  • Halina Y.Always try to sit at the bar, quicker, better service!

    55555 by Halina Y.


  • Aaron L.The raw tuna was epic and you do have to have bolognese.

    55555 by Aaron L.


  • Jeff M.So so so good

    55555 by Jeff M.


  • Amanda F.O.M.G. This place is amazing.

    55555 by Amanda F.


  • keeley p.Beats NYC. Must-eat: roasted shishito pepper with chocolate tapenade bruschetta, paccheri w/saffron milk braised chicken, gnocchi w/cauliflower & orange, saporosa vinegar linguine, red wine spaghetti!

    55555 by keeley p.


  • Lindsey M.One of the best dining experiences in Minneapolis. Lobster bruschetta is a must for all diners! Anything you order will be delicious.

    55555 by Lindsey M.


  • EaterWith a menu of antipasti, bruschetta, and pasta (in half or full portions), Bar la Grassa offers top notch food in a more casual atmosphere with a lively crowd every night of the week.

    55555 by Eater


  • NicoleSmoked spaghetti with brown butter and lobster, gnocchi with cauliflower and orange, so good!

    55555 by Nicole


  • Ben T.Don't wait until the last minute to make a reservation because the place is always filled, even during the week. And you must get the orange and cauliflower gnocchi!

    55555 by Ben T.


  • Anthony D.Charter red onion with goat cheese bruschetta! Delicious.

    55555 by Anthony D.


  • Michael F.Start with some Bruschetta. I recommend the Spicy Carpaccio, or the Pork Shoulder. Entrees: the Crab Ravioli was excellent! my wife loved the Red Wine Spaghetti. Get creative and share! Enjoy!

    55555 by Michael F.


  • Hannah T.Splendid meal!

    55555 by Hannah T.


  • Casey A.Try the Calamarata with Raw Tuna - I die. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Casey A.


  • Erika L.Our server Chris was awesome!! Recommended good drinks, food and a great dessert! Food was amazing and the salted caramel dessert I could eat every day!!!! Definitely coming back!!

    55555 by Erika L.


  • Christo C.Watch out for Punchy. He's inside the glass ball light fixtures. Waiting. Watching.

    33333 by Christo C.


  • Gordon G.Gnocchi is the better pasta on the menu.

    55555 by Gordon G.


  • Alan A.Can't go wrong with the Calamarata with raw tuna.

    55555 by Alan A.


  • Laura C.Hostesses suck.

    11111 by Laura C.


  • Fatih G.The osso bucco was the best I ever had in the US but unfortunately the last time I was there they stopped making it.

    55555 by Fatih G.


  • City Pages Street TeamVoted Best Italian Restaurant by City Pages in 2012! Chef Issac Baker, a James Beard Award winner, has an incredible knack for knowing just what to do with noodles of every shape.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • City Pages Street TeamVoted #1 Italian restaurant by City Pages! No matter how hip and bespectacled the faces are in Bar La Grassa's always-busy waiting area, the cuisine is a favorite of carb lovers!

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • EricTake friends or business partners here - it's too loud and busy for an elegant romantic evening. The food is meant to be shared amongst friends anyway!

    55555 by Eric


  • Rob M.2 words. Poway Sunset.

    55555 by Rob M.


  • Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Area LeadersIn the top 5 restaurants in the state, everything we tried was first class. Dinner for two was $40 plus drinks, so it's pretty affordable considering how amazing the food + atmosphere is.

    55555 by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Area Leaders


  • City Pages Street Team M.Voted #1 Italian restaurant by City Pages! No matter how hip and bespectacled the faces are in Bar La Grassa's always-busy waiting area, the cuisine is a favorite of carb lovers!

    55555 by City Pages Street Team M.


  • Anthony H.Try the linquine with clams... Best thing I have put in my mouth

    55555 by Anthony H.


  • Rebekah M.I just found my new favorite in Minneapolis! Try the gnocchi with cauliflower and orange.

    55555 by Rebekah M.


  • Gabriel G.Everything here is great. You literally cannot go wrong. But if there was only one thing in this city that I could only eat for the rest of my life, it would be the ricotta they make here.

    55555 by Gabriel G.


  • Rebecca E.I have dreams about the Soft Eggs & Lobster with Truffle Oil Bruschetta

    55555 by Rebecca E.


  • BThey have Pimm's!

    55555 by B


  • Stacey P.tuna, tuna, tuna. oh, and the beet salad. sit at the pasta counter and watch the delicious food come out of the kitchen. chocolate ice cream sandwiches with creme anglaise for dessert.

    55555 by Stacey P.


  • Tony N.The soft egg & lobster bruschetta rocks like no other!

    55555 by Tony N.


  • Lasse K.The Soft eggs and lobster bruschetta is a must. So is the sweet/hot/spicy cookies you get when you have finished your meal.

    55555 by Lasse K.


  • Matt C.Absolute best. Rabbit pappardelle is incredible. Aaron behind the bar will tell you how everything is made if you ask.

    55555 by Matt C.


  • Dom G.So good. Lobster and soft egg bruschetta. Mushroom stuffed pasta.

    55555 by Dom G.


  • City Pages Street Team M.Voted Best Italian Restaurant by City Pages in 2012! Chef Issac Baker, a James Beard Award winner, has an incredible knack for knowing just what to do with noodles of every shape.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team M.


  • Jill N.Delicious small plates, great wine list & the seafood food dinner is amazing! Many gluten free options here!

    55555 by Jill N.


  • Rob M.Grab a chair at the bar and have some tequila :)

    33333 by Rob M.


  • Jay F.Several small plates to give you variety.

    55555 by Jay F.


  • Annika's V.Ask for Art to be your server, he will make your night magical.

    55555 by Annika's V.


  • April S.Love the restaurant. However, the $5 off when you spend $5 is NOT a real thing - just asked the GM and she was VERY nice. She said it is not their promotion. SCAM!

    33333 by April S.


  • Tami C.MY FAVORITES HERE: SILK HANKERCHIEFS WITH BASIL PESTO or'NDUJA EGG RAVIOLO. SO yummy! Great Italian bean dip with the house bread too!

    55555 by Tami C.


  • Dawn D.Egg raviolis. Yum.

    55555 by Dawn D.


  • Lisa G.Small plate heaven. Bar La Grassa is a refreshing addition to the Twin Cities food scene. The Lobster Bruschetta is beyond amazing. It's a must!

    55555 by Lisa G.


  • Matt H.One of the best speciality cocktails I've ever had in my life is the beet drink called the red knight. Unreal.

    55555 by Matt H.


  • Dan K.+1 handkerchiefs

    22222 by Dan K.


  • Drew G.Truly, the soft eggs and lobster bruschetta is amazing. Order it with confidence and prepare to enjoy. Also, try any of the fresh pastas. You won't be disappointed.

    55555 by Drew G.


  • zoey l.Service was mediocre, but the silk handkerchief with basil pesto will melt in your mouth. Amazing. Amazing.

    55555 by zoey l.


  • Matt R.ATTN: Management/Owner: Feel free to reach out regarding my previous comments. @mbrosen on Twitter. Thanks in advance.

    33333 by Matt R.


  • Matt R.Been going here regularly since it opened. Taking an extended break after tonight. The GM, Shae, could use an attitude adjustment. Staff and food, great, but voting with my wallet. Head elsewhere.

    33333 by Matt R.


  • Jen @ RadarTwo words: Lobster Bruschetta.

    55555 by Jen @ Radar


  • Brandon S.Lobster, Eggs...nuff said!

    22222 by Brandon S.


  • Timothy H.Spicy passion fruit margarita es muy delicioso

    55555 by Timothy H.


  • Carmen N.The Must-Have here is definitely the Soft Egg and Lobster Bruschetta...amazing.

    55555 by Carmen N.


  • Andrea S.Amazing! Try the ricotta and roasted tomato bruschetta! Their fresh pasta is housemade - delicious!

    55555 by Andrea S.


  • Jacob A.Sit at the Bar next to the kitchen if you can. it's fun to see the chefs at work.

    55555 by Jacob A.


  • EvanTry the Gnocchi Scented with Orange - Great combination of thick savory tomatoy chilly and creamy delicous cole slaw. Amazinggg (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Evan


  • Courtney T.The braised rabbit will send you into another dimension.

    33333 by Courtney T.


  • Bon Appetit MagazineOrder: No matter what the season, customers love the gnocchi with cauliflower and orange. We'd suggest ordering the crab ravioli, too.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine


  • Allison B.The St. Louis pork ribs are a must try. Perfect for sharing or as a meal, paired with a bruschetta.

    55555 by Allison B.


  • Mpls.St.Paul MagazineTry the Squid Ink Pasta. The darkly seductive squid ink pasta with sea urchin roe and chile—a dish that kicks you with flavor but still manages to feed you well.

    55555 by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine


  • City Pages Street TeamBar La Grassa was voted as Best Italian Restaurant by City Pages in 2010! Take your big-city guests here to convince them that not everyone in Minnesota could have been cast as an extra in Fargo.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • Victoria S.Lobster ravioli. Heaven.

    55555 by Victoria S.


  • Antone H.As said: Lobster/Egg Bruchetta is amazing. Gnocci w/ Culiflower is amazing. Veal Ragu gets honorable mention. Crispy Insalate nothing special. Bread needs work. You should eat here, loved it!

    55555 by Antone H.


  • Antone H.As everyone else said, lobster egg bruchetta is awesome. So is the gnocci. Chicken was beautiful as well. Insalata and veal ragu were honoroble mentions from our night. Great place. Eat here.

    55555 by Antone H.


  • Kristin aJosh Hartnett in the house!

    33333 by Kristin a


  • Becky Hsoft egg and lobster bruschetta....amazing!!!

    55555 by Becky H


  • Taylor C.Don't do their happy hour, it's crazy full and too expensive.

    55555 by Taylor C.


  • Patrick C.Just order 4 Spiced Carpaccio :) sooo dank

    55555 by Patrick C.


  • Mpls.St.Paul MagazineThe cauliflower gnocchi ought to be canonized.

    33333 by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine


  • Bruce C.1st timers must try the Soft Eggs & Lobster. In-house made bread. Amazing.

    55555 by Bruce C.


  • Bruce C.Sit at the bar and ask for "the Kid" bartender. He also owns the Blue Peg clothing store at 50th & France!

    33333 by Bruce C.


  • Trent AThe fresh pasta with braised rabbit was my favorite dish of the evening. A must do.

    55555 by Trent A


  • Bon Appetit MagazineChosen as one of the 10 Best New Restaurants in America in our annual restaurant issue!

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine


  • Heavy TableTry the gnocchi with cauliflower and orange -- separately, each ingredient is flavorful, but together they elevate the entire dish to a level worthy of applause.

    55555 by Heavy Table


  • Deb F.Choose the fresh pasta and forget the dry pasta. Lobster and soft egg bruschetta is a must have...

    55555 by Deb F.


  • Tatum Bfor a table of four, order 2 antipastas/bruschettas and five small pastas - it's fun to try the variety and they all seem to be delicious. Don't forget to leave room for dessert.

    55555 by Tatum B


  • Rick P.Here's a to-do for me: Get my *ss over to Bar La Grassa. I need to plan ahead. Need to get a reservation. Must get moving on this. Note to self...

    55555 by Rick P.


  • Heather The soft egg and lobster bruschetta - the BEST!!!!!!!!!

    55555 by Heather


  • Lauren K.definitely try the silk hankerchiefs with basil pesto.

    55555 by Lauren K.


  • Brieann DTry the food!

    55555 by Brieann D


  • Gary S.Went last night. The gnocchi with cauliflower an orange was EPIC!

    55555 by Gary S.


  • Mike KTry the lobster linguine with chili and mint. It's to die for, but make sure you're in early. It's so popular that it's often unavailable later on in the evening.

    55555 by Mike K


  • DoughtComThe gnocci is amazing and highly recommended!

    55555 by DoughtCom


  • T.O. BThe avocado and beet salad is colorful goodness with incredible flavor.

    55555 by T.O. B


  • Charity Fthe beet salad is awesome

    55555 by Charity F


  • David BLobster eggs and the pork ribs. Manly.

    55555 by David B


  • Max CTortelini is to die for.

    55555 by Max C


  • Laura S.Order the scallops, crab ravioli & chocolate torte. Best meal I have had in a long time!

    55555 by Laura S.


  • Mike N.Eat at Bar La Grassa

    55555 by Mike N.


  • Matt K.Andrew the server only cuts u of if the manager tells him to...he is ok in my book!

    22222 by Matt K.


  • Amy M.Impeccable service. Stand out pastas and yes, I HAVE to chime in on the amazing lobster bruschetta.

    55555 by Amy M.


  • Ashleigh M.Great people watching. Order the soft eggs and lobster bruschetta

    55555 by Ashleigh M.


  • Matt AGet the Lobster Egg Bruschetta. You won't regret it.

    55555 by Matt A


  • Drew F.The gnocchi was delicious. As was the braised rabbit. Tough to go wrong with any of the bruschetta choices too...very tasty!

    55555 by Drew F.


  • Laura D.Lobster and Poached Egg Bruscetta and Black Squid Ink Pasta!

    55555 by Laura D.


  • Matt ZTry the Sringnozzi (sp?) with Veal Ragu. Yum!

    55555 by Matt Z


  • Dane H.Soft eggs and lobster bruschetta is as good as everyone says

    55555 by Dane H.


  • Jason B.The Soft Eggs & Lobster and Farro with Gorgonzola are badass.

    55555 by Jason B.


  • minusmanhattanTry the braised rabbit. The chicken was tasty, but HUGE (it's a whole chicken). Prepare to wait even if you have a reservation.

    55555 by minusmanhattan


  • Bernie D.Gerald rocks (bartender). everyone else is average

    55555 by Bernie D.


  • Adam B.Get the carrot cake, it may kill you, but it's worth it.

    55555 by Adam B.


  • Beth K.Have drinks and eats at the bar (I recommend the lobster and egg bruschetta...TO DIE FOR). Skip being seated. The bartenders rock and one of them, swear to gosh, is a ringer for Richard Gere..YUM!

    55555 by Beth K.


  • Adam P.eat here

    55555 by Adam P.


  • Jenny P.Eat some pasta

    33333 by Jenny P.


  • Brooke-Lynn L.lemon-lavendar mousse!! so good. but warning: not very mousse-like.

    55555 by Brooke-Lynn L.


  • Heavy TableBruschetta with Soft Eggs and Lobster ($13) transcends breakfast -- it's got an earthy, herby flavor contributed in part by chives and truffle oil.

    55555 by Heavy Table


  • Paul B.Try the Soft Eggs & Lobster with Truffle Oil Bruschetta. It's heavenly!

    55555 by Paul B.


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