There’s A Restaurant On This Remote Minnesota Farm You’ll Want To Visit
A trip to the local farmer’s market is great, but did you know there’s another way to eat the freshest food? Instead of picking up fresh produce, then taking it home to clean, chop, and cook, why not have someone else do the work for you? Tutti Fruity Kitchen & Market Farm in Sauk Centre has a restaurant just feet away from its farm fields. It serves up delicious, fresh comfort foods all year long, including breakfast all day. This Minnesota farm restaurant can’t be passed up! It has a little something for everyone, including some of the freshest food you’ll ever have in your life.
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Have you ever dined at Tutti Fruitti? What was your favorite dish?
Address: 38914 County Road 186, Sauk Centre, Minnesota, 56378
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What are some Minnesota farm tours I can take?
Luckily for us farm enthusiasts, there are plenty of working farms in Minnesota that allow guests to visit and tour. Among the most popular are Rolling Hills Arabians And Farm Tours in Onamia, where the tours are right in the name, the Poplar Hill Dairy Goat Farm (who doesn't love goats?) in Scandia, Redhead Creamery in Brooten, and several more. For some farms you can not only visit but stay at, too, check this article out!
What are some unique Minnesota restaurants?
Minnesota is no stranger to fun and unique spots to eat! Visit Galactic Pizza in Minneapolis for a truly out-of-this-world experience, and amazing pizza, of course. Take your own order and expect intentionally-terrible, hilariously bad service from the staff at The Bad Waitress, also in Minneapolis. JJ Astor in Duluth is an elegant rotating restaurant with amazing panoramic views of the city. That one is located in a hotel, so you can stay after you eat.
How many working farms in Minnesota are operating now?
Currently, there are 68,500 unique farms in the state of Minnesota. Many of these farms are dairies or hog farms, and others grow important crops like corn, soybeans, and hay. A little over three-quarters of Minnesota are dedicated to farmland, and as a result, we have lots of wide-open green fields and rolling green hills. It's a beautiful place to work and live.