The staff who plan the Minnesota State Fair know the 12-day event extremely well. So what foods do they eat during the Great Minnesota Get Together?
If you're looking to avoid the biggest crowds at the Minnesota State Fair, historically, there are two days where you'll have better luck.
From cinnamon rolls to omelets, sit down for breakfast at these fantastic restaurants located across Minnesota.
The top five don't include the iconic spots nestled on Lake Minnetonka. Instead, it's places where you don't have to wait 45 minutes to get a table.
Something peculiar with the top 5 spots: none of them make their own ice cream.
One museum offers Minnesotans free access to ancestry.com.
If it's your first time attending the Minnesota State Fair, start with this list of basic, classic foods.
Two of the top 5 Mexican restaurants in Minnesota happen to be just two blocks apart.
There's a butcher shop on the University of Minnesota St. Paul campus, and it's open to the public.