Where do foodies like to go on an anniversary? You want it to be a special meal to celebrate your special day. There's a list of the best places to have a dinner on your special day and it includes three spots in Minnesota!

A survey was conducted by the photobook company Mixbook who asked 3,000 couples where their ideal place would be.

They factored in several things including ambience, culinary style, and "the unique appeal of various American destinations renowned for their food scenes.  Fortunately, Minnesota had three destinations on the list of the top 200 foodie destinations.

Top 10 Destinations Across The United States

  1. North Beach, California
  2. Coconut Grove, Florida
  3. Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
  4. Florida Keys, Florida
  5. South Beach, Florida
  6. Old Town Alexandria, Virginia
  7. Little Havana, Florida
  8. Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona
  9. Reno's Riverwalk District, Nevada
  10. Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Dining, South Carolina

Places in Minnesota that made the list.

#54 Minneapolis Riverfront District

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There are a lot of fun places to eat and plenty of new things to try in Minneapolis's Riverfront District. Many of the restaurants have a view of the Mississippi River, making it a picturesque place to celebrate your special day. Check out how awesome it looks in the fall. This is a post from Owamni restaurant.

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#67 Duluth, Minnesota

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Is there a place in the Midwest with a prettier view than Duluth? The Zenith City has many restaurants with a lake view and plenty of places to try downtown and in Canal Park.

It's become a big tourist destination in recent decades and the food scene is top-notch. Many people like to sample Lake Superior Trout, Salmon, and Walleye. There are plenty of cultural cuisines available as well.

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Craft Beer and cider lovers could spend an entire week sampling all the local craft breweries and cideries. Check out the craft beer district in Lincoln Park. Great food and great brews!

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#164 The Warehouse District

The area used to be an industrial district. The North Loop of Minneapolis is home to some of the most fashionable restaurants and bars. According to Mixbook, it's the perfect blend of sophisticated and contemporary dining experiences.

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