southwest Minneapolis neighborhood cafe with on site, scratch bakery, daily kitchen and fair trade, organic coffee and tea menu.
Small batch, from scratch bakery, kitchen, and coffee shop • Serving breakfast, lunch and more all day
M-Sa 7 am to 9 pm • Su 8 am to 5 pm • 37th Street and Nicollet Ave • 612.521.7401
kitchen open daily: 7 am to 7 pm (8 am to 3 pm on Sundays)
we extend our kitchen hours during music nights -see events calendar for dates
Sunday September 17 - 3 pm - we welcome Judith Eisner and friends for a High Holidays Concert!
GET READY FOR NICOLLET OPEN STREETS - the biggest block party ever!
September 24 from 11 am to 5 pm - Stage line up on our events page!
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An Independent Cafe in Southwest Minneapolis
We are a locally owned business rooted in Southwest Minneapolis since 2006 and deeply committed to producing not only good food, but also good community in the Lyndale and Kingfield neighborhoods. In our new home on Nicollet Avenue, we've partnered with Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative, a local non-profit working to end homelessness, in giving the youth at Nicollet Square job experience. Learn more about our story
Good Food All Day Every Day
We serve "extraordinarily ordinary" food at Butter – no fancy pants stuff, just your favorites, all made from scratch right here. Come early to snag a buttery pastry hot out of the ovens, or later for breakfast, lunch, a light dinner, or a treat. Luckily for you, our kitchen is open from 7 am until 7 pm (3 pm on Sundays / 8 pm when there is live music), and we've got good stuff for the kiddies too. Check out our food, drink and bakery menus.
We Wear Our Hearts on Our...Windows
We believe that as a small business we can make the world a better place, and we placed our goals on our restaurant windows for all to see. We support other small and local businesses and efforts to grow the power of Main St., USA. We have set a goal to send nothing to the landfill or the garbage burner - choosing to compost and recycle instead. We contribute directly to the local urban and rural food economies.
And now we've moved to a no-tip model for compensating our staff at a Fair Wage.