If there is one thing the Minnesota Timberwolves have, it’s talent and athleticism. With budding superstars Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns on the roster, expectations are rising in Minneapolis. As more fans head out to the Target Center to support this young, inexperienced team, many will look for a good place to eat beforehand, which begs the question; where are the best places to eat before a Timberwolves game? Whether you prefer a restaurant or bar setting, TickPick has you covered. And, don’t forget to grab some No Fee Minnesota Timberwolves tickets before you head out to the game.
This high-end, elegant eatery serves up traditional American dishes like pork and prime rib. With an impressive wine and cocktail menu, including a great happy hour, Mission American Kitchen & Bar is a pregame must.
The Butcher and the Boar is a modern American eatery with a beer garden offering a meat-centric menu. For great food and excellent beer, you will not find a better spot in downtown Minneapolis.
Offering a modern take on Italian classic dishes like lasagna and ravioli, Zelo is a no brainer for drinks and a delicious dinner.
A regional chain, Pizza Luce offers award winning pizza, while being within walking distance to the Target Center. For a quick bite before the game, here is a go-to spot.
112 Eatery has established itself as the best restaurant in downtown Minneapolis serving an eclectic menu of comfort dishes. This should be your #1 destination for dinner before any game.
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