An ice cream cafe with a delicious variety of locally made flavors that change daily, perfect on a summer day. It comes with an Izzy scoop – a mini ice cream flavor scoop of your choice on top of your selection. I also love the Izzy pops, think cake pops made with ice cream.
With a wide menu selection, this place offers staple Thai street fares like Khao Mun Gai (chicken and rice) with On’s ginger and garlic Sauce. If you have company, try the Meing-Kum, a build your own bite appetizer with an assortment of diced flavors into a lettuce wrap. Also try a fish, any fish!
Russian Tea House
A quaint joint located inside a Victorian side-by-side making some of the best pelmenis and borscht in town. With limited hours, you’ll be lucky to catch a taste of it.
Chef Kimberly Firnstahl delivers bold flavors – the Gal Bee (broiled beef spare ribs) are marinated with the chef's own special sauce.
Double the Location, Double the Delicious
HmongTown Marketplace (Frogtown) and Hmong Village (Eastside)
If you’ve ever wondered “what is Hmong food?”, you can now get your fix. Hmong food galore and specialty shops await here. You’ll be sure to find varieties of grilled meats, Hmong sausage, pho and homey dishes like steamed pork cabbage or rice rolls. You’ll also find mangonadas, boba teas, and even a year-round indoor farmers market.