True to Oscar Wilde's own dandy tastes, the columns in this restaurant are draped in murals featuring peacock murals (Wilde was a fan of the feathers), and you can find a chesterfield sofa for relaxing. Steps from the banks of the Mississippi River, Wilde Roast is a comfortable place to take a break after exploring nearby Nicollet Island or the St. Anthony Falls. The folks here serve up all three meals, but brunch is when they truly shine. The veggie strata is a light egg bake with seasonal vegetables, cheese, and field greens, and it's one of the prime reasons to show up early on the weekend. Lunch and dinner find a range of sandwiches and pizzas on offer, and the café does an excellent job of providing gluten-free options. If you're in the area from 4 to 6pm or from 9pm to close from Sunday to Friday you'll find a fine happy hour that includes $3 rail drinks and half-price flatbread pizzas.