Your guide to the 5 most popular spots in Minneapolis's Kingfield neighborhood

Spending time in Kingfield? Get to know this Minneapolis neighborhood by browsing its most popular local businesses, from a bakery to a Spanish restaurant.

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top places to visit in Kingfield, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of neighborhood businesses. Read on for the results.

1. Patisserie 46

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Topping the list is bakery and breakfast spot Patisserie 46, which offers coffee, tea and more. Located at 4552 Grand Ave. South, it's the highest rated business in the neighborhood, boasting 4.5 stars out of 323 reviews on Yelp.

In additional to breads and caffeinated beverages, this spot offers sweets, ice cream and other signature treats. Grab a baguette and cup of joe on your way into work, or stop by Saturday at brunch time for quiche, avocado toast or a baguette sandwich. Sweets include a wide variety of chocolate you can pair with you scoop of ice cream. (Check out the website here for a full list of offerings and more information.)

2. Revival

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Bar and Southern spot Revival, which offers sandwiches and more, is another top choice. Yelpers give the business, located at 4257 Nicollet Ave., four stars out of 854 reviews.

Stop by at lunch time and start your feast with an appetizer like fried green tomatoes or cheese curds before opting for you main course of fried chicken and waffles, the house Revival Burger with a side of mac and cheese or herb-crusted catfish. Craft brews are also on offer. (Check out the full menu here.)

3. Rincón 38

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Rincón 38, a Spanish spot that offers tapas and more, is another much-loved neighborhood go-to, with 4.5 stars out of 228 Yelp reviews. Head over to 3801 Grand Ave. South to see for yourself.

Check out signature Spanish dishes such as Carne Brava with pimento tenderloin, oyster mushrooms, asparagus and sherry demi glaze; the lobster with saffron pasta, asparagus, citron peppers and baby spinach; or Borrego, a seared rack of lamb complete with banana fingerling potatoes, saffron cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, red wine reduction and pimenton oil. (Here's the full menu.)

4. Victor's 1959 Cafe

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Check out Victor's 1959 Cafe, which has earned four stars out of 548 reviews on Yelp. You can find the Cuban and breakfast and brunch spot at 3756 Grand Ave. South.

Look for menu options such as Eggs Havana (two eggs, black beans, Creole sauce with toast) for breakfast; the Cuban Frita Burger (a combo of beef, pork and chorizo topped with onions and tomato) for lunch; and the Bistec Encebollado (thinly sliced steak with lime and garlic served with rice and beans) for dinner. Grab a bottle of red or white vino to complement your meal. (The full menu can be seen here.)

5. Blackbird Cafe

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And then there's Blackbird Cafe, a local favorite with four stars out of 380 reviews. Stop by 3800 Nicollet Ave. to hit up the New American spot next time you're in the neighborhood.

Stop by in the morning or late afternoon to score French toast, Swedish pancakes or a veggie scramble for breakfast or stop by at night to indulge in salmon, pork belly or the house Blackbird Burger for dinner. Libations are also on offer and happy hour goes down 2–5 p.m. daily. (Check out the website for a full line of offerings and more information.)

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