AB Road Eats: Sioux Falls


Coffea Roasterie: A cappuccino from Coffea was the perfect way to start my day in Sioux Falls. If you’re looking for a latte or cappuccino-type drink in Sioux Falls, this would be the place to go.

Black Sheep Coffee: This place pretty much had my name on it (Get it? Black sheep …). I ordered a cortado and I would also add this is the place to get a pour over.


M.B. Haskett: Believe it or not, one cannot live on coffee alone. I decided to venture to Phillips Street for breakfast, and I truly enjoyed M.B. Haskett. My savory crepe was cooked perfectly and the broccoli and cheddar quiche was right from top to bottom. This was my favorite meal of the day.


Sanaa’s: It seems like the lunch crowd of Sioux Falls (both business and pleasure) congregates at Sanaa’s. I love nothing more than to see owners present in their shops and I certainly received a warm welcome from the entire staff. The pita is fantastic. I also recommend the Shish Tawook.


CH Patisserie: If there was one place “I had to visit,” according to my fans, it was this dessert heaven. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but the lemon tart and chocolate cookie (which in my opinion was an incredible brownie), certainly satisfied my sweet tooth.


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    Sandy Mentzel

    Wow, we love to go to Sioux Falls, especially Coffea and Sanaas. Great pics Alton! now i have to discover the bakery items at CH Patisserie!!! next time you go there-don’t miss Breadico-THE best bread in the area.

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    Craig Margulies

    Glad you enjoyed Sioux Falls! It’s an up and coming city. This fellow NECI grad has found the food transformation over the years to be impressive. Bon Apetit!

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    Mike Flansburg

    Chef…sorry I missed your show. I might add that if you do visit the Sunshine State again bring your bike and get in some sight seeing. There is a lot to see in our sparsely populated state. Give me advanced warning and I will take you fishing if the trip is in the summer or early fall.

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    Thank you for visiting our state, Mr. Brown. Sioux Falls isn’t New York City, but we have some more than serviceable establishments. Try Parker’s for dinner if you swing through again. I could also see you enjoying a beverage and a bite at The Market.

    Have a wonderful day.

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