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About Redstone American Grill - Eden Prairie
From the moment you walk into Redstone, you know you’re in for a truly special experience. Each guest is warmly greeted at the door with a genuine smile. The people here are glad to see you and it shows. As you pass the cozy fireplace and take in the view of the bustling bar, you know you’ve arrived.
Dining at Redstone is so much more than a delicious meal; it’s a memorable experience – from the carefully selected music to the first class service.
Redstone features a wood-burning grill, rotisserie and an open exhibition kitchen where our signature steaks, creative appetizers, chicken and the freshest seafood available are creatively prepared.
The rugged yet romantic atmosphere is perfect for any occasion, an intimate dinner, a business lunch or Sunday brunch.
Adventurous and uncompromising, Redstone’s attention to detail is evident in our commitment to making everything from scratch and to our relentless pursuit of total guest satisfaction.
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 12:00am; Sunday: 10:00am - 10:00pm
Flying Cloud Drive
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking available on select evenings.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Redstone American Grill's private dining room is the perfect setting for your next business lunch, rehearsal dinner, birthday celebration - or any special occasion! The room can accommodate up to 50 people for a seated, plated style event or up to 75 for a cocktail style reception.
Redstone American Grill - Eden Prairie Ratings and Reviews
I have dined at Redstone EP at least 50 times and perhaps 100 times. This was a disappointing visit on several levels. Our server would just disappear for 10 -15 minutes at a time. We asked for a minute to look over the menu as we had guests who had never dined at the restaurant. After 20 minutes I was ready to go find him as he had not returned with several of our beverages or to take our order. He had forgotten the beverages and they finally arrived, thirty minutes after ordering them. Instead of the free mimosas, you have to pay for them now. Instead of the first generation caramel rolls in a skillet, or the second generation "morning bread", we were served almost inedible donut holes that were only made edible with the sauce. We all had the chef's brunch. The french toast is kind of a joke now and is a half slice of a loaf which must be 2" x 4". This had been my go to place to take guests and friends for brunch. Sorry- won't be back for brunch. Please don't ruin lunch and dinner!
Music much too loud. Friends could not eat their chopped salad, strange flavor, the house sale had way too much dressing, baked potato was not done. One positive was the chocolate chip cookie sundae. We were celebrating a Birthday and the sparkler was great and the dessert delicious.
Great service, great ambience, all around great. Braised ribs not our favorite preparation, but cooked very well. Everything else (ever) is a dish to recommend to others. Asian Seabass still an absolute favorite. Fondue and Keylime pie highly recommended starts and finishes to any meal there.
The quality of our food was good and the waitress Kim was very good. However, my important guest ordered an expensive steak, filet medium, it came out close to well done. It was taken back and then the second level of poor service kicked in. We waited forever for the steak to come back out. We had to get the manager to check on it. Finally came out and was find. Everyone else was done however.
If that happens again I will not be back.
Food is overpriced. Love the ambiance, but the quality of food does not align with pricing, especially the entrees. We like the appetizers, especially the buffalo shrimp and the fondue. Also always love the lobster bisque. Banana cream pie is delicious too! Service is also usually very good. We will continue to visit, but will probably just do apps and dessert.
We have dined at Redstone a couple of times. While we felt it was overpriced, the food was very good. There were four of us dining this last time. We all felt our food was less than par. King prime rib was blackened but way to spicy for this cut of meat. Baked potato was very plain, even with some toppings. Our son had the special with shrimp and pasta. It was tasteless. Shrimp's texture was typical of frozen shrimp--a little tough, and wet. The other meal was a half rack of baby back ribs. Meat was good, fell off the bones, but was skimpy for the price. Roasted veggies were also rubbery, and very few. Mostly carrots. We don't mind paying for quality food, but this was so disappointing. What has happened to Redstone?
Excellent service. Corn bread appie was good, as usual. However, Caesar Salad with chicken wasn't very good. And $58 for lunch (2 meals and no alcohol) is way overpriced when one of the meals was a below average salad with rubbery chicken and too little dressing. The other meal, a French Dip sandwich, was pretty good. Overall, not worth the price, even if the salad had been excellent.
I ordered a Ahi Tuna appetizer as my lunch. It is $17.00. The server then asks if I want a small or large - but failing to tell me the large is DOUBLE portions (making the appetizer $34.00). The large is not listed on the menu. I was upset that it wasn't explained to me fully. I thought I would get a few extra pieces of tuna when ordering the large and then paying four or five dollars more - but not double. They need to train staff to be crystal clear about what they mean, so there is no confusion on portions or pricing! The manager was FANTASTIC and gave me half my money back for my trouble. He handled the situation with class and wanted me to be happy. I appreciated it!
I had the Eggs Benedict that was marginal. The egg yolks were hard as a rock, the Hollandaise sauce was thin and tasteless, and the English muffins had a hot grease taste. However, the hash browns were very good and the service was outstanding. My wife had the build your own omelet and her hash browns were also very good. But her toast had the same hot grease taste.
Food was very good as usual. Service was also very good, with two assigned to our table due to heavy (Super Bowl weekend) traffic. Only problem was high noise level. We were seated in a booth making it a bit harder to hear since those on ends were farther apart.
We made a reservation for nine and were put in a very tight spot, at a long table too close to another long table with a party of nine. It was very dark where we were. We couldn't very easily talk with other members in the party. Only the ones right by you. The food was good overall, except my husband's $42 Ribeye. It was a very fatty piece of meat.
My wife ordered a $44 steak medium and came to the table rare. It took the rest of the entire meal before the replacement steak arrived. Server apologized and offered to pick up our dessert. After we ordered three deserts to share at our table, the server later said they were only buying my wife’s dessert. So what could have been a good service recovery, turned out to be another negative experience. Have frequented this restaurant for years, but I will not likely return.
Great food, waitress was too busy to check on us often. Was not seated in area requested in reservation, so ended up under a spot light facing a bunch of TV’s.... less than romantic. I didn’t want to eat at a sports bar. Usually much better. Fix the lights and turn off the tv’s for formal dinner hour on a Friday...
Everything wonderful except for the Scotch. A last-minute dinner date, we began the evening ordering Pinot Gris and a Scotch, followed with Caesar salad, their Red Snapper special, and a turkey sandwich, capped off with banana creme pie. The Snapper was especially tender. A great evening until we discovered that they charged us $30 for the Scotch. The price was not shown on the menu, nor did the server notify us of the price. This was a good scotch, but not a $30 scotch. It tarnished a great evening.
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