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Savage Restaurants

A photo of Bonfire Wood Fire Cooking - Savage restaurant
3.8
Excellent(369)
  • $$$$
  • American
  • Savage

Bonfire Wood Fire Cooking of Savage, located in the southwestern suburb, offers the finest in wood fire cooking. Excellent bar service, daily features and a child-friendly menu, where children can build their own pizzas and sundaes. Bonfire a place where everyone can come and enjoy a great night...

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Savage is a southwestern suburb of the Twin Cities, and the city is well-known for its expansive parks, such as Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve. The Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve is rated as one of the most challenging cross-country ski areas in the Twin Cities metro area, and after all of the outdoor activity, you'll likely be ready for a hearty, traditional Swedish meal served at one of the many family restaurants nearby. Some of the region's local Swedish specialties include pytt i panna, knäckebröd with lingonberry jam, and fiskbullar with boiled potatoes. The community also has several family-owned and -operated restaurants featuring Norwegian cuisine created with recipes passed down through generations of descendants. Some of the favored dishes include fårikål, smoked trout, and svineste with fermented cabbage.

Savage is a southwestern suburb of the Twin Cities, and the city is well-known for its expansive parks, such as Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve. The Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve is rated as one of the most challenging cross-country ski areas in the Twin Cities metro area, and after all of the outdoor activity, you'll likely be ready for a hearty, traditional Swedish meal served at one of the many family restaurants nearby. Some of the region's local Swedish specialties include pytt i panna, knäckebröd with lingonberry jam, and fiskbullar with boiled potatoes. The community also has several family-owned and -operated restaurants featuring Norwegian cuisine created with recipes passed down through generations of descendants. Some of the favored dishes include fårikål, smoked trout, and svineste with fermented cabbage.

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