Restaurant review: Reverie Cafe + Bar, Minneapolis

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Reverie counter and menu

I recently visited Reverie Cafe + Bar in Minneapolis,  a casual all-day café with a coffee shop vibe. It’s an all-vegan establishment except for milk for coffee, and the newest kid on the block for veg food, located at the intersection of Franklin and Nicollet. The cafe opens at 7 a.m. on weekdays and 8 on weekends, closing when the show that night is over, 1 a.m. at the latest.

While the menu isn’t large, it’s flavorful and touches the basics. The menu evolves, focusing on flavorful and filling soups, salads, sandwiches and appetizers.

Reverie Jackfruit Cubano | Kale and Ale

Reverie Jackfruit Cubano

I was excited to try the jackfruit Cuban, which was very good, but Aaron’s seitan BBQ had a nice zingy kick that made me slightly question my meal choice, but neither would steer you wrong. The fact that the menu is changing and expanding is great, as it’s a reason to go back and try more. And the local beer options are plentiful, so it was great picking new beers to wash down the delicious food.

Fellow blogger and vegan Laura at 1 Girl 2 Cities recently posted a dessert from there that looked a-mazing!

Reverie has #vegan chocolate peanut butter truffles OMG

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If you have been to Reverie, please share your thoughts in the comments. I would love to know what you got and thought. I can’t wait to go back!

4 thoughts on “Restaurant review: Reverie Cafe + Bar, Minneapolis

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  2. I’m hoping to be in Minneapolis next month. Adding this to the list of places I need to try! Thanks for the review.

    By the way, I think something happened with this sentence. I had to read it a couple of times. 🙂

    “I was excited to try the jackfruit Cuban, which was very good, nut Aaron’s seitan BBQ had a nice zingy kick that made me slightly question my meal choice, bit neither would steer you wrong.”

  3. I freaking love them and probably tell at least one person to go there every day. We’ve been needing a place like this in the Twin Cities. I love that they’re still hosting a ton of live music at night, too. It’s pretty sweet!

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