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Sea Change

806 South Second Street Minneapolis MN 55415
(612) 225-6499
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(612) 225-6004

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Status: Closed

11:00am-2:00pm, 4:30pm-10:00pm
11:00am-2:00pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
11:00am-2:00pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
11:00am-2:00pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
11:00am-2:00pm, 5:00pm-11:00pm
11:00am-2:00pm, 5:00pm-11:00pm

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If you ever needed a reason for a second lunch or a sequel to dinner, continue your courses on ravenous loops around Minneapolis and St. Paul. But no running with forks, please, to these awesome food...view moreie-favorites. view less

Cue is a full-service restaurant taking color and design cues from its home in the new Guthrie. The sleek and dramatic interior, with floor to ceiling window walls, features a spectacular blue-glass tiled cooking island thrusting center stage into the dining room where chefs turn the art of cooking into a live performance. This street level restaurant also features urban, al fresco dining with...

Renowned Chef Tim McKee, 2009 James Beard award winner for "Best Chef Midwest ", designed the core menu for Sea Change which focuses on sustainable seafood, highlighting fisheries that use environmentally responsible methods of gathering and farming seafood. The menu also includes a number of items under the heading "Not Fish " as well as late night offerings of small plates and raw bar...

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Jamie Malone to Open New North Loop Spot Brut with Erik Anderson, Ryan Cook Steps in at Sea Change

Jamie Malone has left her position as Sea Change chef de cuisine and Ryan Cook will take her place. Cook, who's been at Sea Change for years, worked with executive chef Tim McKee previously at Barrio. He also spent some time behind the burners with Doug Flicker during his Mission American Kitchen days and Scott Pampuch at Corner Table. Cook has been working closely with Malone during her time...

Diane Yang IN as Merchant Pastry Chef, Niki Francioli Takes Over at La Belle Vie

La Belle Vie pastry chef Diane Yang will leave the Tim McKee restaurant after ten years to join the ever-growing Gavin Kaysen camp over at Merchant, set to open this fall in North Loop. Stepping into her place is Niki Francioli, who recently helped open Brasserie Zentral and before that was at another McKee joint, Sea Change.

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The food was a bit off tonight. I've eaten there at least 10 times I have never been disappointed. In my humble opinion the menu needs to be expanded to offer more Seafood options.

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Our waiter was great and made great recommendations. The roasted cauliflower appetizer was hands-down the best treatment of that veggie I have ever had. Fantastic. The trout was perfectly cooked. Some nice cocktail options, too. It's not an inexpensive place, so know that. But the food was very, very good.

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Great seafood prepared in a creative and delicious way.

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Great as usual! Outstanding food and service. Joanne is our favorite server. Always makes us feel so special.

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We have season tickets to the Guthrie, so we dine at Sea Change fairly regularly. This experience was marred by timing issues. We arrived at 5, ordered promptly, and server knew we were headed to 7 PM show. Despite this, we barely made it through 2 courses. We ordered espresso 30 minutes before the show. When it still hadn't been served by 12 minutes before showtime, we asked to cancel it. We...

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Renowned Chef Tim McKee, 2009 James Beard award winner for ?Best Chef Midwest?, designed the core menu for Sea Change which focuses on sustainable seafood, highlighting fisheries that use environmentally responsible methods of gathering and farming seafood. The menu also includes a number of items under the heading ?Not Fish? as well as late night offerings of small plates and raw bar selections.

Sea Change is one of the favorites of the neighborhood. This upscale restaurant is classy and elegant that offers an outdoor seating too. The seafood here is absolutely delicious and you can try the grilled octopus, raw mackerel with peaches, lamb samosas, crispy skinned arctic char and the trout roulade. The non seafood dishes are great too. Accompany your meals with the drinks of your choice...

Sustainable seafood restaurant & raw bar with menu developed by James Beard Award Winner2009, Executive Chef Tim McKee.

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Sea Change is modern and cool, and caters to a dressed-up theater-going crowd. But the vibe is also welcoming and laid-back, meaning that even jeans and a T-shirt are acceptable at this hip seafood joint.


It's in the Guthrie, which means there's really no free parking. If you're heading out just for dinner, you can still park in the Guthrie garage, which might cost you about five bucks--and as much as $10 some nights. But bring along some extra quarters, too. There's metered parking on the street, which will only cost you about a buck or two.

The Extras

If you don't want to deal with the crowds, avoid the pre-show rush, and dine at another time.

Know Before You Go

Give yourself enough time to savor your meal before the show. While the staff is acutely aware of show time, there's nothing worse than rushing after a meal.

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