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About Patrick's Bakery Cafe
Patrick's Bakery and Cafe features the best of French and American cuisine. Located in Southdale Square, the restaurant offers guests a warm and inviting atmosphere with a selection of the finest pastries available in the Twin Cities. The menu offers such classics as Coq au vin, Beef Bourguignon, Steak Frites and Escargot. But, classics alone do not make up Patrick's menu. Grilled Salmon, Sea Bass and other coastal selections are available to tantalize your taste buds. Prefer something a little lighter? Try one of our many creative salads. Patrick's famous Patou burger is a fabulous choice, just one taste of the Patou burger and you are instantly taken away to Paris. Patrick's also offers a wonderful selection of french wines. Dinner at Patrick's is an experience that always leaves you wanting more, this want is enhanced by affordable prices.
Richfield, MN 55423
Contemporary French, American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday: 7:00am - 11:00am
Brunch: Sunday: 7:00am - 2:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Wednesday: 11:00am - 5:00pm, Thursday - Saturday: 11:00am - 10:00pm, Sunday: 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Wednesday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Thursday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
On Bus Line
Private Party Facilities:
We offer private dining in our beautiful restaurant or at our location in Bachman"s on Lyndale where you can enjoy the live greenery and flowers of the greenhouse with bistro seating.
Private Party Contact:
Patrick Bernet: (612) 861-7570
Beer, Cafe, Delivery, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Patrick's Bakery Cafe Ratings and Reviews
Patrick's brings a positive reaction from friends when we recommend it. Often do Sunday Brunch and an occasional over the top dinner. No matter what part of the menu we order from, it just feels well crafted as well as tasty. While the wine list is limited, choices are nicely selected to compliment the entrees offered. While walking up to a strip mall store front can feel a bit of a downer, but once inside and a glance to the right to examine the pastries that eventually will top off your meal, you know this isn't an ordinary place. And the service staff are as skilled as those that prep and prepare the meals. If it hasn't come through, I like Patrick's!
Wife and I lucky enough to dine at Patrick's Bakery Cafe. The food was fresh and amazing, the service, from the front of house to the wait staff, the best. Portion sizes spot on, menu choices fabulous, There is not one negative - Patrick's Bakery Cafe is one of the best restaurants in Maple Grove. Ps Be sure after dinner to try the authentic large selection of French pastries.
Patrick's is one of our favorite restaurants. The food is great. We were very disappointed with the service on our most recent dining. The order was not correct and no apology was even offered. We dine at Patrick's weekly and it appears there has been turnover of employees.
We went for a quick bite before a movie.
Although we were there before it is a distance from home.
We had the French onion soup, chicken wild rice soup, and shared the duck with risotto and carmelized walnuts. All were prepared
And served beautifully. Will return
We always enjoy dining at Patricks Bakery Cafe! It reminds me of my hometown of Montreal! It is never noisy so one can enjoy dinner conversation. Our server was excellent! The food was good but perhaps not quite up to the the high standards set from our previous experiences there. The have many wonderful treats to pick from for dessert but there is no need to indulge as a surprise treat comes with the bill.
Lovely surprise to have table linens and fresh flowers on the table. Staff were attentive and courteous. Food was very tasty, we didn't do any puddings due to time but they looked amazing and we will be going back to try some. All-in-all a very pleasant meal.
Patrick's offers a delicious dining experience- whether breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. The fare is true to form and well prepared. The onion gratinee is superb! Seriously, do not miss Patrick's for dinner - the French specialties are excellent but so are the lamb and filet mignon and burgers. And how can you go wrong with an Opera Cake for dessert?
Patrick's is reknown for its patisserie, great breakfasts, and lunch but do not hesitate to book a table for dinner! There is excellent cooking going on at this neighborhood eatery: the short ribs, coc au vin, filet mignonette, gratinee, and salmon are not only delicious but very reasonably priced. Combine smart, savvy food and a generous pour of Cab Franc (or other wine selection) on Ladie's Night for $3... and well, dining out can become a more regular affair.
We have gone to Patrick's several times in the last three weeks. We have never been disappointed except when we ordered French Onion Soup, which was a surprise. Very little cheese on the top, onions over cooked and whole dish too salty. Duck, on the other hand, and steak were delicious and the walleye was good all three times we ordered it.
We normally go to Patrick's in Maple Grove, which has always been excellent. We went to this one because it is closer to our daughter and we were celebrating our son-in-law's birthday. I was extremely disappointed to discover the restaurant is seat yourself then go up to the counter to order your food. There we five of us, and my husband and I were buying, so we had to figure out what everyone wanted to drink and eat, and then take list in hand and go up and order and pay. The food was excellent and the staff was friendly and did a good job, but the ambiance in Maple Grove is far better and more worthy of the price tag. We were looking for something a little nicer for this celebration.
Been here twice now in the last month. The food is very good and the bakery items are great! It's a nice little place. I was pleasantly surprised the first time I was here. Wasn't sure what to expect. The second time I recommended it for a friend's get together. I would definitely recommend this place. And, don't forget to get a little treat from the bakery before you leave.
Patrick's never disappoints--we went for Mother's Day dinner for their white tablecloth service. Despite the holiday crowd, the service and food are always great--really nicely done salmon and sea bass with friendly and professional service, without being fussy or pretentious.
Patrick's offers neighborhood, family dining with a French flair. The menu is deceptively robust and delicious. The short ribs are extraordinary as are the salads, Coc au Vin, and filet mignon, quiches and burgers. Patrick's is reknown for its Bakery offerings and the desserts are spectacular. Service is agreeable as is the ambiance. Wine pours are generous and specials are always a great deal.
I have dined at Patrick's many times and normally service is excellent but on this occasion waitress simply missed placing one of the four main entrée into kitchen. Although disappointing that one of the diners had to wait their meal, the staff of Patrick's offset the inconvenience on the bill.
I've eaten at Patrick's Bakery before, but not for a sit down dinner. The food was fantastic and I was in heaven with each bite. The meals are a bit expensive for a "bakery cafe" but they give you more food than you can eat so you get more than one meal out of it.
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