What restaurant are you dying to try in 2012?

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Emily Utne
Tilia was a top destination for 2011. Where do you want to eat in 2012?
It's a new year, and there is no dearth of new restaurants opening in the Twin Cities. In 2011, we anxiously awaited the arrival of the Kickstarter-funded Donut Cooperative, welcomed Steven Brown and the fabulous Tilia, and covered every move made by the Dayton brothers as they prepared to launch the Bachelor Farmer

2012 looks like it will shape up to be a banner year, as we look forward to places like Butcher and the Boar (slated to open in February), Humble Pie (Kim Bartmann's revamp of Gigi's), and Jack's reopening, with Barbette's Kevin Kathman at the helm.  

What restaurant are you dying to try in 2012? Join in the Dish-cussion below.

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E in MN
E in MN

I still have not been to Victory 44 or Saffron.  Those are the top of my list.

Oakleys
Oakleys

XQSHY2TFJJY I like it very much!

HH
HH

Been to Donut Coop.  It was good but VERY greasy. 

morchella
morchella

I'm leaning ethnic this year.  On the list:  Fasika, Hmong Village, Deg Deg Grill, and a thorough study of pupuserias in the area.  

Bianca
Bianca

Despite it's awful name, I'm dying to try Indian Aroma. I keep hearing great things about it.

arydant
arydant

Raved about Deg Deg last year, but I stopped in yesterday and they were dead and serving only american fast food items you can get anywhere - I couldn't order the incredible North African dished that drew me there in the first place. If you haven't gone there already, I am afraid you missed the boat.   

pizza
pizza

I went to Fasika once, pretty boring I thought. Once isn't enough for a proper rating though.I dare you to try Cheng Heng a mile E on Uni. If you've had better soup, I wanna hear about it. Even the wontons are better. My favorite place in town! N of Fasika on Snelling is Black Sea. I've had a better gyro (it's still damn good), but it's only $5 and comes with rice or fries.

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