Several new restaurants have opened in the downtown Minneapolis skyway.
D. Brian’s Deli and Catering has opened its third skyway restaurant in downtown Minneapolis, this time in the Wells Fargo towers in Downtown East. The restaurant, which now boasts seven locations in the Twin Cities metro, serves breakfast and lunch with items like sandwiches, salads, soups and baked goods. D. Brian’s opened in mid-November and is located at 600 S. 4th St. on the skyway level of the eastern tower.
The second location of Bep Eatery, a new fast-casual concept from owners Thanh and Mark Myhre, has opened in LaSalle Plaza near Green + The Grain. The restaurant, a larger version of the Vietnamese street food concept, serves customizable banh mi sandwiches, spring rolls, pho and vermicelli bowls. The first Bep Eatery opened in the Fifth Street Towers last spring. The new restaurant opened in late November on the skyway level at 800 LaSalle Ave.
Crepes Up Delicious opened earlier this fall in the Canadian Pacific Building near 6th Street South and 2nd Avenue South in downtown Minneapolis. For $6.50-$8 per crepe, the restaurant from owner Oksana Goldenstein serves an array of both savory and sweet options, from chicken teriyaki to a chocolate crepe with mascarpone cream. Crepes Up Delicious is now open at 120 S. 6th St.