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This is located in a little shopping village in St Louis Park. There is underground heated parking which is a nice feature during the winter. You do not even have to go outside to get to the restaurant. The place seemed almost empty but the good was excellent. The waitress was very prompt and always made sure our water was full. You may want to ask for ice water as she just brought us a Ball glass jar and filled it with water. The ambiance and feel for the place was that of a sports bar but it was huge. We sat in the booths which were huge and could easily fit 3 on each side, maybe more. They have many different “punch” style alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. I got the punch of the day which was very good. Bourbon with cranberry something and apple cinnamon and rosemary. There was quite a bit in it but I don’t remember the exact. We ordered the Cholula butter wings (4 wings) and they were amazing. I think the quantity is a little light for the price but we made happy hour so it was cheaper. I got the knockoff burger which was awesome. I didn’t even have to put ketchup on it as the flavor was great. My wife got the al bama chicken(or something like that). It was huge and the flavor was great! Each came with a side and we each got the fries which was a healthy portion. They were served in cast iron pans which is unique and a nice tough for a rugged look. There is bowling and other games as well, but no one was really playing anything while we were there so it wasn’t too loud! Overall, we were extremely satisfied and we will back in the future. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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We had another enjoyable visit to Mercy. Food was excellent, service solid as always. The only issue we had was with a dish that was heavy with Mushrooms but the description did not list mushrooms - my wife despises mushrooms so knowing that ahead of time would have been helpful. Otherwise we really enjoyed ourselves. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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This is a particularly nice restaurant choice for a special occasion. Although you can order items separately, it appeared as though most people ordered the 4 course dinner, which I believe had 5 choices for each course. Everything was wonderful and beautifully presented. While each course is relatively small, after 4 courses plus a couple of in-between "bites" and freshly baked bread, we were definitely full when we left. Service was excellent, and our server took the time to answer my questions about some of the items on the menu. I'm sure I have driven by this restaurant many times without noticing it. The outside of the building is non-descript and the sheer curtains over all the windows almost give it an appearance of being closed. This doesn't seem to have hurt business, however, as there were plenty of diners there on a weeknight. Dinner here is on the expensive side, but well worth it for a lovely night out. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Solid menu, good food (LOVED the steak tartare), lovely ambiance. Outstanding service— beginning with the hostess,ended with our server and everyone in between. It makes a difference when you are greeted by each and every employee you pass when you walk to your table. Truly. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Lucky Cricket is a unique take on the bold flavors of honest Chinese cuisine. Created by Andrew Zimmern and Michael McDermott, the full-service restaurant will focus on small plates, sharable foods, and adventurous culinary experiences utilizing natural, organic, and local ingredients. The contemporary atmosphere will also feature a world-class Tiki bar experience.More
In 1965, Earl “Red” Schoenheider opened the first Red’s Savoy Pizza location on the east side of St. Paul, Minnesota. The Original Red’s Savoy Pizza name has become legendary throughout the Midwest, known for its spicy, secret-recipe sauce and for its old-school atmosphere… with a kick! His outstanding, old-school thin-crust pizza has developed a cult-like following among its fans and has grown to 15 locations.
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Located in the Longfellow area, Sonora Grill brings a Spanish & South American infusion of fresh flavors & new dishes to Minneapolis. We are known for our mouth watering tacos and our made from scratch Latin American and Spanish infusion cuisine. We pride ourselves on unique handcrafted specialty cocktails and an impressive wall of quality tequilas. Our small shareable plates are perfect for intimate dining, or for larger get togethers. First located in the Midtown Global Market, Sonora Grill has now expanded to a second restaurant location in the Longfellow area. We offer the same great food with an extended menu of delicious one of a kind dishes and award winning cocktails in addition to a full bar. Sonora Grill has been welcomed into the community with open arms and is one amazing culinary oasis worth trying out! More
Trio Plant-based is a 100% plant-based restaurant in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Trio was founded in 2017 by co-founders and owners Sarah and Dan Woodcock, wife and husband, and Louis Hunter, their dear friend and business partner. Built upon a foundation of love and racial justice, we make and serve delicious plant-based comfort food. We source local, organic, and fairly traded ingredients as much as possible.More
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Yes—a frigid Minneapolis winter evokes stews and soups and hearty, gut-warming fare, but the food scene in this formerly industrial city has gained steam in recent years, with a burgeoning community of excellent chefs, craft coffee and beer, and Nordic style to accompany the culinary traditions of the region’s immigrant community. You’ll find lefse—a traditional Norwegian flatbread made with flour, potatoes, milk, and cream, akin to a latke of a sort—creatively topped and, while meat is central (this is the midwest, after all), river fish and ingredients foraged from surrounding wooded areas lend diversity to the new Minneapolis menus. A number of new but now iconic restaurants have set the tone for how the twin cities’ keep up with the trends, though the two are more fraternal than identical these days, St. Paul taking a slightly more classic, mom and pop shop vibe.