At Children’s – Minneapolis
At the Starz Café you can enjoy deli, salad bar, hot entrees, dine-in or take-out 6:30 a.m.– 7 p.m. Monday – Friday. Gift cards may be purchased from the cashier’s office on the second floor, near Patient Registration, during daytime business hours. View the menu.
Families may order from the patient menu found in each room. See “Room Service for Guests” inside the menu for more information. Visa, Mastercard and social service/breastfeeding coupons will be accepted for payment. View the menu.
Jazzman’s Café offers specialty coffee, tea, smoothies, pastries, soup, salad and sandwiches. Gift cards may be purchased at Jazzman’s Café or from cashier’s office on the second floor, near Patient Registration, during daytime business hours. Open 6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday.
Great Clips Family Resource Center
Complimentary breakfast snacks are available for patient families from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., Monday – Friday. On weekends, breakfast snacks available upon request from the second floor Welcome Center 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Complimentary coffee and other beverages are available throughout the day in the Family Resource Center.
Vending machines can be found:
- On first floor, in the hall between the chapel and emergency department
- On the lower level, near hospital elevators
- On the 2nd floor of The Mother Baby Center, outside entrance to Special Care Nursery
A lounge is located on each unit, where families are welcome to coffee and tea. Families also may use the refrigerator and microwave in the lounge.
Walking distance (connected to Children’s by tunnel or skyway)
Abbott Northwestern Hospital Cafeteria
Deli, salad bar, hot entrees, dine-in or take-out.
Midtown Global Market
International-themed public market with shops, fresh produce, specialty groceries, coffee, bread, baked goods and several ethnic restaurants. Connected to Children’s via tunnel and skyway through Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
Please note: These listings are provided for patient, family and visitor reference only. They are not Children’s recommendations.