Restaurants


Ted Cook’s 19th Hole was the creation of Louis “Ted” Cook, who is originally from Dayton, Ohio and his wife of 48 years Amilee Cook. Ted owned and managed the 19th Hole Barbecue from 1968 to 1986 and passed it on to the Davis Family, Richard, Priscilla and Michael Davis. The Davis family sold Ted Cook’s to Moses Quartey in July 2001. An avid golfer and a long time member of the Twin Cities Golf Club, Teddy as he was affectionately called was Minnesota State Senior Golf Champion in 72 and also a champion at 19 in Ohio. He passed away on July 20, 1992.

 Restaurants /  Minneapolis

A pig-centric menu & traditional Southern eats are paired with a large bourbon list in trendy digs.

 Restaurants /  St. Paul

Ethiopian eatery dishes up an array of traditional meat & veggie plates in a colorful space.

 Restaurants /  St. Paul

Laid-back spot for Ethiopian cooking & breads with a full bar including signature cocktails.

 Restaurants /  St. Paul

East African cuisine

 Restaurants /  Minneapolis

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Easygoing place with ample seating for a variety of traditional Somali dishes, plus fruit juices.

 Restaurants /  Minneapolis

Ethiopian restaurant offering dine-in and carry out options.

 Restaurants /  Minneapolis

Chicken-Ribs-Catfish

 Restaurants /  Minneapolis

Relaxed cafe & small grocer specializing in traditional food & drinks from Kenya & Liberia.

 Restaurants /  Brooklyn Center

Authentic Ethiopian cuisine

 Restaurants /  Minneapolis

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Published on April 21st, 2021. Last updated on April 28th, 2021, by Sam Glover.