Holman’s Table, in St. Paul, MN, is a Minnesota restaurant with a view that’s unique in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Not only does it afford diners a panoramic vista across the Mississippi River to the downtown St. Paul skyline, there’s a little something more to this restaurant that sets it apart.

We think a meal at Holman’s Table sure beats airline food – by a long stretch! For more information about the menu or to make a reservation, visit Holman’s Table on the Web. You’ll find further news and updates on Holman’s Table’s Facebook Page.

For another unusual surprise in the area, head down US-52 a bit toward Inver Grove Heights, where scientists recently discovered a previously unknown meteorite impact crater. You’ll find some trails along the river that are technically in the crater, and, knowing that you’re walking where a massive meteorite struck the Earth may shift your perspective a bit as you take in the scenery.

Have you had a chance to dine at Holman’s Table in St. Paul, MN? Tell us about your experience in the comments! If you have some other favorite Minnesota restaurants with a view, be sure to nominate them, so we can consider including them in future articles.

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