African-American Twin Cities

African-Americans have lived in the Twin Cities since the early 1800s.

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  • Lee and Dee’s Bar-B-Que Express

    I didn’t run into Ice-T, Ice Cube, Patti Labelle or Torii Hunter when I stopped in for ribs at Lee’s & Dee’s Bar-B-Que Express, but over the 22 years that the little BBQ joint has been in business, it has seen its share of celebrities.
    I opted for the lunch special, and got a great deal – three very meaty, tender ribs with homebaked beans and creamy cole slaw for $6.75. There’s lots more on the menu that I haven’t tried yet, including chicken wings, beef ribs, crispy fried catfish, burgers and sandwiches.…

  • Arnellia’s

    The lights are perpetually turned down low and the jazz is always hot at Arnellia’s. This club is primarily known for its live entertainment. Take a seat at the bar or grab a table with your friends. It’s easy to sink into the easy ebb and flow of the place. Here, it’s all about the music, so be ready to groove.
    Arnellia’s provides live music throughout the week, a nice casual ambiance, a flat screen TV for those who want to watch the game, and expect anything you order to take at least 20 minutes since they cook it on the spot.…

  • Nardie’s Cafe

    Nardie’s Cafe blends their New Orleans roots with traditional soul food for an unforgettable taste experience. Our regular customers swear by our Nardie’s Fried Chicken Wings and if I must say so they are so good I regularly fry an extra one when I have an order lol. Please stop by for a taste!!!…

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