Exploring Food & Culture at the Pilgrimage Café

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The newly opened Pilgrimage Café is a restaurant that celebrates the importance of food as a connection to culture and history. Influenced by foods that span the globe, they use flavors and dishes to explore other cultures while at the same time reminding you of home. Did someone say comfort food? It certainly was that, and delicious too.

It’s a treat to start your breakfast with an appetizer. When we saw that they had donuts filled with peanut butter mousse, we had to try them.

peanut butter donutes filled with mousse donuts
French crullers served with honey glaze, filled with peanut butter mousse

I’ve said it before, The Husband loves his Eggs Benedict. He decided on the BBQ Benedict which featured carnitas in a spicy BBQ sauce.

BBQ eggs benedict
Carnitas with spicy BBQ sauce served over corn bread souffle with lime hollandaise and cilantro

I jumped on the Black Bean Chilaquiles – they had me at black beans and guacamole.

black bean chilaquiles
Tortillas topped with black beans, over-medium egg, cotija cheese, guacamole and cilantro

Delicious food with a great dining space, stop in to try their seasonal menu today!

Pilgrimage Café
2403 East 38th Street*
Minneapolis, MN 55406
612-729-0034

Hours:
Tues-Sat 8am – 10pm
Sunday 9am -9pm

Breakfast served until 2pm
Lunch items served all day
Dinner served 4pm-close

Happy Hour
Tuesday through Friday: 2-6pm & 8:30-10pm
Sunday: 10am to close

* This is the old Citizen Cafe location. At the time of our visit, they still had the Citizen Cafe awnings up.

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Heidi Van Heel

Heidi Van Heel

Writer, freelancer, and believer in magic living in Minneapolis. In my free time, I love reading, exploring the great outdoors, and experimenting in the kitchen.

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