The site BuddyRoadHouse cited has a picture of the Tavern on Grand Walleye sandwich as does Wandering Jew's recent Midwest baseball tour thread. I like both places. It has been a while since I sampled the Twin Cities Grill walleye but I remember I liked it. I hope to try it soon and of course you will get a picture.
As for the Mall of America. That's my baby. I was the Architectural Technical Director on the project that was fast track construction and took three years to build. It is on the site of the old Vikings/Twins Metropolitan Stadium. In fact home plate is marked on the floor of the interior amusement park near the northwest end. The whole stadium would have fit inside the amusement park under what was once the largest skylight arrays. The mall is a donut that surrounds it. 4.2 million square feet and over 500 shops. There is 7 miles of underground 20 ft. high retaining wall that comprises a labyrinth of basement storage outsiders never see. When it was under construction and before the interior walls were put in you could stand at one end and look across a half mile. Yeah, it is kind of big and they want to add another 5.2 million square feet including a 300,000 sq. ft. Bass Pro Shop, 6,000 seat performance auditorium, a 1,400 seat dinner theatre, a water park, two hotels and 1.2 million sq. ft. of more retail. And they want to connect it the the existing Ikea. If they realize that, it is going to be BIG. Love it or hate it. I love it.
That's my little trivia factoid for today.