Theater Latté Da in Northeast is surrounded by promising restaurants for an early dinner—Northeast Social, Erté, Young Joni—and bars for post-show discussion of which actress stole the show and which actor was hottest.
— City Pages

An evening at Theater Latté Da is not only a thrilling experience, but a superb culinary adventure as well! Northeast Minneapolis is a food-lovers’ paradise, receiving national recognition for the quality and scope of its offerings. From craft breweries to vibrant italian eateries, Northeast has a wealth of restaurants to suit any palate. Click the icons below to visit these fine establishments’ websites and plan to support these restaurants who support Theater Latté Da!

Neighborhood Restaurants


Northeast Social

The Northeast Social is located in the heart of the art district on historical 13th Ave. in Northeast Minneapolis.

We are an American contemporary style restaurant with a farm-to-fork agenda. The Northeast Social is inspired by our love for travel. You may feel a touch of Paris, with a little southern hospitality, and a pinch of Minnesota nice.

Ding, ding, there's the bell. SOCIAL....everybody lift your glass to a new era in the heart of Northeast Minneapolis.

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Erté & the Peacock Lounge

Erte’ & the Peacock Lounge is known for its world-class steaks, French classics with a twist, as well as our full offering of classic craft cocktails, fabulously curated wine list , and domestic and local craft beers.  Enjoy a delightful meal in the Euro/American theatrical ambiance of the dining room or lounge.  Our menu is locally sourced, seasonal, and scratch-made in our chef driven kitchen.  Opens at 4:00pm Monday – Saturday.  Enjoy dinner and drinks before the show, or stop in after for one of our homemade desserts or an after dinner drink.  Salude, Cheers, Chow!

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Sen Yai Sen Lek

At Sen Yai Sen Lek, Thai rice & noodles, delicious food and friendly service are hallmarks.  Our Central Avenue anchor business has been a community gathering space since opening in Fall 2008. Begin your experience with Po Pia Tod (hand-rolled crispy spring rolls) or Gai Satay (marinated chicken skewers with curried peanut sauce). Entree favorites range from Khao Soi (curried Chiang Mai noodles) to Pad Kee Mao (wide rice noodles, Thai basil, veggies).  Ask about our Daily Curry Specials or come on Tuesday for 1/2 price bottles of wine.  Local beers are always on tap, and the wine list is carefully curated to complement Thai cuisine’s complexity of flavors. Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free options. Mild to spicy to suit all tastes.