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Located next to Loring Park, Lurcat is a hip, urban venue that boasts serious food and voguish design. The bar and lounge is ideal for cocktails and bites, while the romantic dining room creates the perfect ambiance for an exceptional foodie experience featuring sophisticated comfort food.  Café Lurcat’s three distinct chef-driven menus – Market/Seasonal; Traditions, established favorites and Voyage, a culinary journey feature dishes prepared from fresh, local, artisanal ingredients. Bar Lurcat offers a casual “small plates” menu available for happy hour, dinner and late night dining .  At Lurcat we offer refreshing bottle and draft beers, as well as flavorful handcrafted cocktails. Voted Best Wine Bars by City Pages, Lurcat offers an expansive global wine list that is available by the glass and bottle.

Miso Sea Bass

Lurcat Sliders

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Milk Chocolate Bar

Pork Tenderloin

Warm Cinnamon-Sugar Doughnuts

Lurcat French Fries

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Pork Tenderloin

Pavolova Dessert

Hennepin Avenue Cocktail

Apple, Cheese & Chive

Korean Barbecued Salmon

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Sea Scallops

Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato Salad

Old Fashioned Cocktail

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Assorted Cocktails

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Baby Greens Pear, smoked goat cheese, endive, walnut vinaigrette salad

Caribbean Collusion, Kentucky Stillaway, Hennepin Avenue Drinks

chef Jordan damicos cafe lurcat minneapolis


After spending 2 years at D’Amico’s the Continental premier steakhouse as Sous Chef, Jordan was happy and honored to return to his hometown and the vibrant restaurant that he spent 4 years as a line cook and Sous Chef, that’s well-established in the local food scene in Minneapolis. Chef Jordan’s awareness of his culinary interests and talents began to emerge while he was young. However, his culinary inclinations reach even further back into his childhood, when Chef Jordan then unknowingly began preparing himself for the culinary world by watching classic Food Network shows such as Emeril Live, Good Eats and Iron Chef in the basement of his parents’ home while his father and siblings watched hockey and football upstairs.