Andrew Zimmern visits the Minnesota State Fair for some of the country's most kitschy and bizarre food. From fried pickles and chocolate to goats milk straight from the udder, Andrew explores what it takes to ...Go to Episode
Roughly 20 minutes from the MN State Fairgrounds and Hotel Ivy, MSP serves all major airlines, with domestic and international arrivals.
Terminal 2-Humphrey, 7150 Humphrey Dr, Minneapolis, MN 55450
An annual event not-to-miss, the Minnesota State Fair takes place between the end of August and ends around Labor Day Weekend.
1265 Snelling Ave N, St. Paul, MN
The Mouth Trap
Don’t miss the fair’s second most popular food item: fresh fried cheese curds.
Food Building, Minnesota State Fairgrounds, St. Paul, MN
Sample their take on the fried pickle, one that’s dipped in chocolate!
Corner of Liggett Street & Dan Patch Avenue, Minnesota State Fairgrounds, St. Paul MN
Sink your teeth into a classic foot-long, German-style hot dog at Speedy’s.
Next to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) building, MN State Fairgrounds, St. Paul, MN
Check out the operations at Sweet Martha’s Cookie Jar, where they bake more than a million cookies each day of the fair, making them No. 1 in fair food sales.
South side of Carnes between Nelson & Underwood, Minnesota State Fairgrounds, St. Paul, MN
Start your foodie adventure off right at Tom Thumb Donuts. Their delicious and fresh mini-donuts are cooked to order.
Cooper Street, Minnesota State Fairgrounds, St. Paul, MN
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