The next stop on the #mnbucketlist is the Wilde Roast Café, named for the 19th-century playwright, Oscar Wilde, and lends itself in décor as well as menu to be reminiscent of his taste and preferences. Filled with peacocks, Victorian furniture, fireplaces, warm velvet colors and creative comfort food. With a great view of the city, a huge space – big enough for the rehearsal dinner that took place during my visit, and being just down the block from Aster Café, I could gush about all sorts of things about Wilde Roast. I recommend getting the Night Out; honeyed goat cheese with roasted garlic, mixed olives and candied nuts and also the seasonal watermelon caprese salad with balsamic, just incredible. From the spiced chocolate crème brûlée to the mango maitai cheesecake, their desserts are simply delectable. And a big thank to Rebecca for always sharing dessert with me, even if we have to take a break just to finish it!