It's official, Charles Barkley brought his a** to Minnesota, and we now know what restaurant the NBA superstar visited first.

After the Timberwolves won game 7 of the Western Conference Semi-Finals, Charles Barley and Anthony Edwards had the viral moment where Barkley admitted that he hadn't been to Minnesota in years, in which Edwards told him to "Bring Ya A**". Barkley also asked for a list of restaurants to visit while in town for the Western Conference Finals versus the Mavericks.

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Barkley landed in the Twin Cities on Tuesday night, and no word on if he was given a list of suggestions from Edwards, but his first stop isn't a surprise, it's a popular stop for many celebrities and sports stars while visiting Minneapolis, Manny's Steakhouse located in the W Hotel inside the Foshay Tower in downtown Minneapolis.

Posting a photo of Barkley with some staff members at the nearly 5-star rated steakhouse, Manny's said about the visit, "Well friends, he brought his a** right in to see us. We can't wait for you to come back".

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Manny's Steakhouse is one of the top-rated steakhouses in America, and one of, if not the top restaurant destination for many in downtown Minneapolis. This isn't Barkley's first visit to Manny's Steakhouse, he was previously there when he was in town for the Final Four in 2019. The General Manager of Manny's reports that Barkley and his entourage had "big steaks and big sides".

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