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“May Day Café is a quirky neighborhood café in south Minneapolis that attracts mostly locals from the area. On any given day, you will find students doing homework, families with kids taking a break, couples lounging, and teachers checking homework in the 20 or so seats this small café has. The staff behind the counter is friendly and this place definitely feels like home. They are known to serve some of the best organic and fair-trade coffee in town and were recently on Citypages 2008 list in the “Best Latte” category .
The deli serves delicious treats such as quiches, scones, muffins, soups, and sandwiches. The menu changes daily and many items are vegan. May Day café is also on the route of the annual May Day Parade that goes down Bloomington Avenue. Local artists display their work on the otherwise bare white walls and on the day we visited, there were beautiful pictures of previous parades on the walls.”
- Minneapolis & St Paul Restaurant Critics