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The Big Ten Restaurant and Bar is a casual themed restaurant and bar that serves legendary sub sandwiches and award winning wings. It has 2 locations, one at the University of Minnesota campus, known as ‘The Stadium Village’ store, and the other, in the heart of Downtown Hopkins, known as ‘Hopkins’. The menu includes French fries, burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, soups and chilly, and salads. It also offers a huge beer selection and plenty of televisions to watch favorite sporting events.

Location: 606 Washington Ave SE, Minneapolis Minnesota 55414 Telephone 612-378-0467

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