Cossetta Alimentari is a downtown St. Paul institution. It’s three sprawling floors of Italian breads, cheeses, pastries, pizza and — of course — pasta! But if you want to know the story of Cossetta, the writing is on the wall.
Whether you’re looking for an authentic Italian experience or an affordable, yet delicious grab-and-go option, you’ll find some of the best lasagna in the Twin Cities at these restaurants and delis.
Tough days for those cheapskates out there. $5 is not what it used to be. Even a simple burger at most places will run you over $5. So where do you go with a five dollar bill hoping to get a rib-sticking, crazy meal? Well, there are places if you know where to look. Good thing for us Dara has our wallets covered!
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Last week, we took a look at places to dine al fresco in Minneapolis. Now it’s St. Paul’s turn. Here are a few great spots to check out while the weather is still so obliging. Long-time favorite W.A. Frost has a gorgeous patio behind the venerable restaurant, shaded by beautiful trees and very much a respite from the world. When the weather is nice, get there early—it’s very popular.
The owner of Cossetta’s restaurant in St. Paul was punched in the face by a man who was trying to park in the nearby lot.
Cossetta’s new building has been open for less than a week. Even though construction is not complete, people are lining up at the restaurant and store.