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Meritage



410 Saint Peter Street (Hamm Building)
Saint Paul, MN 55102

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(651) 222-5670

Cuisine: American Restaurants, French Restaurants


4.8 of 5.0 from 84 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • Cathi M.Brunch is amazing.

    55555 by Cathi M.


  • Alice JThe food and ambiance here is amazing. The staff was good with the exception of out waitress. At the beginning she was helpful but than she began to treat us like we were inconveniencing her .

    33333 by Alice J


  • Robert M.Rude Hosts when restaurant was empty.

    11111 by Robert M.


  • Mei NOysters will bring you a great date dinner.

    55555 by Mei N


  • Cole K.The oysters are insanely fresh. You're gonna think you jumped off a pier somewhere in Massachusetts.

    55555 by Cole K.


  • Jeff C.Anything they do with pork is good.

    55555 by Jeff C.


  • City Pages Street TeamThe pan bagnat has a history in France of being the sandwich you sit on during your drive to a picnic. Meritage has kept that authentic taste (possibly better) without having the need to be sat on.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • Paul CrosbyThe tastes bring me to Paris every time. Love the Saturday plate of short ribs - tender and perfect. Ask for Peter's section - best waiter in town!

    55555 by Paul Crosby


  • Yaz MusDefinitely brunch it up with the creamy delicious eggs coquette

    55555 by Yaz Mus


  • Gina M.Everything! Regular bruncher, love the service, expertise, oysters, & love of good food!

    55555 by Gina M.


  • TwanBest oysters around. Try the Tour de France, absolutely terrific.

    55555 by Twan


  • TV Food MapsCheck out Meritage as seen on Man vs Food Nation

    55555 by TV Food Maps


  • Kirk W.Pomme Frites for dessert!

    55555 by Kirk W.


  • City Pages Street TeamThis brasserie is named after an American wine made in the Bordeaux tradition, which seems an accurate reflection of the restaurant's cooking.

    33333 by City Pages Street Team


  • Alex S.Best French Onion Soup in town.

    55555 by Alex S.


  • Nancy H.Fantastic food and excellent service!

    55555 by Nancy H.


  • EaterThe best bet is a glass of white wine and an array of the amusements and introductions, including confit pig tongue, salmon rillettes, escargots, and potted foie gras mousse. [Eater 18 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Jen B.AMAZING PUMPKIN SOUP! Not cream based, but sooo creamy, pumpkiny...mmm.

    55555 by Jen B.


  • M H.Not many vegan options but the pommes frites and organic greens salad were surprisingly tasty.

    55555 by M H.


  • Chris S.Oysters and cocktails... Start there and everything else will be fantastic

    55555 by Chris S.


  • Jillian C.Phenomenal food. The oysters, mussels, chicken, and desserts were excellent. Will definitely go again.

    55555 by Jillian C.


  • Andrew W.Try their burger which was featured on the Pioneer Press list of Best Burgers in the Twin Cities in the "Power Lunch Burgers" category.

    55555 by Andrew W.


  • Patrick G.Good oysters for being land locked.

    33333 by Patrick G.


  • SLClosed Mondays!

    55555 by SL


  • City Pages Street TeamThe broth is rich with succulent chicken essence and seasoned with little leaves of dill. The carrots, cut into perfect, tiny dice, are just toothy enough to add some substance. It's a bowl of bliss!

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • carl d.Try the "ode to carl" after dinner drink!!! Its a liquid dessert, but much better.... coctails also known as "a cloudy night"

    55555 by carl d.


  • EaterThe best bet is a glass of white wine and an array of the amusements and introductions, including confit pig tongue, salmon rillettes, escargots, and potted foie gras mousse. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • AmandaCity Pages Best French Restaurant - 2013

    55555 by Amanda


  • Donna W.Checked in hotel and came straight here. Outside is great, bar is great, waitstaff great and oh, there is the food.... You have to go

    55555 by Donna W.


  • City Pages Street TeamVoted Best French Restaurant of 2013! While Meritage continues to wonderfully execute the classics, it also continues to grow and change.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • Leyda B.The best in st Paul

    55555 by Leyda B.


  • Tess B.Creme brulee, heavenly.

    55555 by Tess B.


  • SwitzerTop notch, cocktail sauce is sub standard.

    55555 by Switzer


  • JessicaHere for Restaurant week! Everything was amazing! Had the oysters, pork shoulder, and expresso pudding!

    55555 by Jessica


  • carl d.The fresh main lobster salad a perfect harmony of flavors !!!

    55555 by carl d.


  • City Pages Street TeamVoted top ten chicken wings! The result is an intensely chickeny chicken wing with a distinctly bacony flavor that yields the bone with the gentlest nudge.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • Meghan H.Great happy hour pricing!

    55555 by Meghan H.


  • Mpls.St.Paul MagazineBest French - French food (besides fries) was in danger of becoming passé, until Meritage breathed in a little joie de vivre. There’s not much more fun than hanging in the oyster bar.

    55555 by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine


  • City Pages Street TeamVoted Best French Restaurant by City Pages in 2012! Chef Russel Klein honors the techniques & rich flavors of classic French cooking but still manages to keep things light

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • City Pages Street TeamVoted Best Restaurant for Romance by City Pages in 2012! Sexy french cuisine combined with elegant surroundings, outstanding service, and a killer bar program- you have the perfect recipe for romance.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • City Pages Street TeamVoted top ten craft cocktail bars by City Pages! The talent of those mixing the drinks does not disappoint.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team


  • City Pages Street Team M.Voted top 10 French Fries! The frites at Meritage are shatter-crisp shells, enveloping downy, fluff potato.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team M.


  • City Pages Street Team M.Voted top ten craft cocktail bars by City Pages! The talent of those mixing the drinks does not disappoint.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team M.


  • Cameron A.Try everything, its amazing!

    55555 by Cameron A.


  • City Pages Street Team M.Voted Best Wine List by City Pages in 2012! Reading the 200+ wine list is like taking a mini-course, complete with maps, history, appellations and definitions

    55555 by City Pages Street Team M.


  • City Pages Street Team M.Voted Best Restaurant for Romance by City Pages in 2012! Sexy french cuisine combined with elegant surroundings, outstanding service, and a killer bar program- you have the perfect recipe for romance.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team M.


  • Geoff P.Steak Frites with Bernaise Sauce... Best I've had west of NYC.

    55555 by Geoff P.


  • Gordon W.Best food in St Paul and around the corner from great music at Amsterdam.

    55555 by Gordon W.


  • City Pages Street Team M.Voted Best French Restaurant by City Pages in 2012! Chef Russel Klein honors the techniques & rich flavors of classic French cooking but still manages to keep things light.

    55555 by City Pages Street Team M.


  • Nathan S.The crepe stand out front!

    33333 by Nathan S.


  • Leah M.The burger. So, so, so good.

    55555 by Leah M.


  • lottie a.a fetchingly French experience - if you go for brunch watch out, they charge you extra for your bloody beer back! non non!

    33333 by lottie a.


  • CBS LocalYou'll be dreaming of their prosciutto, arugula and Brie, and butter and sugar crepes for days. - CBS MN

    55555 by CBS Local


  • Ryan S.Best bloody marys and brunch in town. Cuz if ya don't know now ya know!

    55555 by Ryan S.


  • Eric C.I'd you see Olympia oysters, buy them! Delicious, unusual, and rare in the Midwest:-)

    55555 by Eric C.


  • Rochelle A.The chicken is amazing.

    55555 by Rochelle A.


  • Matt W.The salad nicoise is amazing!

    55555 by Matt W.


  • SL"Recession Sundays (A.K.A.) Cheap Date Night" at Meritage at $28 prix fix it's a great deal!

    55555 by SL


  • SLEverything is delicious here - start to finish - but recently REALLY enjoyed the "couscous royal" dish: Moroccan lamb, couscous and fresh vegs. Amazing!

    55555 by SL


  • SLService here is top notch!

    55555 by SL


  • SLI seriously dream about the pimms provencal. Try it!

    55555 by SL


  • SLBeautiful patio, beautiful brunch!

    55555 by SL


  • L J.Great new bar!

    55555 by L J.


  • Mpls.St.Paul MagazineTry the oysters. The oyster bar is bringing in some real beauties. Imagine flavors that evoke cucumber, briny-salty air, and copper on the tongue.

    55555 by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine


  • Christopher S.HH I suggest the Charlotte Joy and oysters.

    55555 by Christopher S.


  • Andy K.Four words; Salty. Caramel. Ice cream. Pop. Ok so that's five.

    55555 by Andy K.


  • Heavy TableThe shrimp cocktail, made with wild-caught Pacific shrimp, is the best in town, hands down.

    55555 by Heavy Table


  • MetromixCome for brunch to experience their range. Start w/ the petite appetizer bites ($3/ea) for a smoked salmon blini or a granola yogurt parfait

    55555 by Metromix


  • Darshy N.Non- pretentious french food in the SP area? Could it be? - Heck yeah!

    55555 by Darshy N.


  • Meritage B.Some people like to add a shot of gin or vodka to their oyster-bloody-mary-shooters. Great hair of the dog for Sunday Brunch as well.

    55555 by Meritage B.


  • Katherine S.Meritage's weekend brunch beneigts - delicious!

    55555 by Katherine S.


  • Michael M.Bloody Mary + beignets + moules frites = perfect brunch. Excellent people watching too. As a New Yorker visiting, I feel like I'm in a Scandanavian Brooklyn. Wonderful in every respect. A+ service

    55555 by Michael M.


  • Heavy TableThe cassoule is absolutely superb and subtle. As close to French as they come in our neck of the woods.

    55555 by Heavy Table


  • Ed K.Get a Nutella. Or get something else AND a Nutella. But get a Nutella.

    55555 by Ed K.


  • Jared ATry the half price wine on Sundays! Also a great recession/recovery Sunday 3-course prix fixe!!!

    55555 by Jared A


  • Mike W.Go here for Moules Frites. Tremendous!

    55555 by Mike W.


  • Brynn A.Best brunch in the cities. Try the blood orange mimosas and any of the pastries.

    55555 by Brynn A.


  • Brent KastnerCroque Madame is awesome!

    55555 by Brent Kastner


  • Anne WalztoniI've been here a number of times...NEVER disappointed. When making a reservation request a table by the windows...watching the city move in front of the restaurant is a big part of the experience.

    33333 by Anne Walztoni


  • Dot W.cheese cart is wonderful

    55555 by Dot W.


  • Heavy TableThe seared Minnesota foie gras with spiced cider reduction is a home run -- yes, it's an $18 appetizer, but it's $36 delicious.

    55555 by Heavy Table


  • Jason S.With such a brilliant menu, it may seem like a crime to order a hamburger -- but DO IT! One of the best kept burger secrets of the Twin Cities!

    55555 by Jason S.


  • Becky S.The cheese cart. OMG

    55555 by Becky S.


  • Jen G.Order the Tiny Tuna Tartare Taco

    33333 by Jen G.


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