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About Tria Restaurant, Bar & Event Center
Warm. Fresh. Real. Everything at Tria... from the seasonal, made-from-scratch, fresh food, friendly service to the warm and inviting ambience was designed to deliver these three simple qualities. From the moment you enter, it is apparent that Tria is not your ordinary restaurant. The natural woods and stone, wood-burning fireplaces, art and accessories all depict Tria's commitment to creating a delightful dining experience for their guests, offering something for everyone. The menu is fresh regional American and the extensive wine list was created to provide both selection and value (finally a restaurant that provides both!). Recognized as one of the "Twin Cities Best New Restaurants" by Mpls/St.Paul Magazine, the list of accolades continues to grow. You might say that Tria, like their wine, gets better with age. So if you're looking for a night out with someone special, dinner with the family, entertaining clients, or simply enjoying a quick bite with friends, come visit Tria!
North Oaks, MN 55127
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm; Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 4:00pm; Happy Hour: Everyday: 4:00pm - 6:00 pm, Sunday - Thursday: 8:00pm - close.
County Rd. J.
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Pay with OpenTable, Visa
Free and ample parking.
Private Party Facilities:
Private dining at Tria is far from ordinary. From a select gathering of friends and family to a company event suitable from 10 to 200 guests, the professional staff at Tria will see to your every need. Tria was uniquely designed to provide several distinctive areas to set the mood with cozy fireplaces or a view of the excitement in the kitchen.
Private Party Contact:
email@example.com: (877) 735-0041
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Tria Restaurant, Bar & Event Center Ratings and Reviews
Tria has been a meeting place for family occasions. Today was Sunday brunch to celebrate birthdays. The food was excellent as usual.
One of our favorites is their calamari. Of all of the many restaurants we have visited, Tria’s is the best. Lightly battered, tender with a wonderful lemon aioli.
Our server was attentive and spaced our food delivery so we weren’t overwhelmed. We continue to recommend this restaurant to family and friends.
We were sadly disappointed. Yes, it was a busy night which we completely understood, but it felt like our server wanted nothing to do with us. It took 40 minutes for the server to bring us bread and take our orders while everyone around us were getting their bread and ordered right away. She walked past us numerous times and wouldn’t even look at us. We felt like because of our younger age compared to other guests, they assumed we must be poor tippers (far from the truth) and put us on the bottom of her list. I also saw her cut the bread herself in the back (viewable from our table) after using the cash register. Even if she did wash her hands in the back, no gloves were used and that completely grossed me out.
My salmon was delicious but $26 for a small salmon with no sides seems a bit much. Also, my boyfriend is very steak savvy and his $35 8 oz was clearly 4 oz and dry. He was extremely disappointed.
Tria is an upscale restaurant, and not one to be visited if one is dealing with a tight budget. When my wife and I visit, we routinely spend around $200 on a meal for two, including beverages. Tria is simply outstanding in every way. Anyone who works there deserves to be proud, regardless of their role in the operation. I am very fussy with my steaks; I like more well done than rare, but not medium, either. I told the server what I wanted, and the six-ounce filet mignon was prepared perfectly! To say is was delicious is to underrate it; it was more flavorful than any steak I can recall eating. My wife had a sirloin which she said also was exquisite, and prepared just as she liked it. Sides are excellent. Spinach and Caesar salads also are excellent. Creme brûlée desert also was made perfectly. Every aspect of the food was outstanding in every respect. Service was superb, even on Valentine's Day evening, and well worth a higher-than customary gratuity. The wines are a bit over-priced for their classes, and the up-sales are mildly disappointing, but that is not a major flaw. A restaurant of Tria's stature is forgiven taking a bit more profit where possible. We will be returning to Tria often. The dining experience is second to none, and well worth the price.
My husband and I combined his birthday and Valentines Day dining. The Valentines Prix Fixe menu had extremely satisfying choices. The menu had the option of wine with each course. Normally we would add the wine, however, if it is your birthday you can select a wine and the cost would be less your age. We had a 93.00 bottle of wine for 32.00. If you have not made Valentine's Day dining arrangements, I would try Tria Restaurant. I believe they are doing Valentine's through February 17th.
Our family has always LOVED eating at Tria.....impeccable food, professional and knowledgeable servers and beautiful ambience. We had reservations on February 10th to celebrate a birthday. Our two children were with us. I could sense from the beginning that the server was new or not well trained. It took her 25 minutes to serve our drinks. It took over an hour for her to serve our meals. We were at the two and a half hour mark when we finally received dessert. It was a disaster. The dinner could have been salvaged if the server would have checked on us in the interim, kept our drinks filled, explained the delay and even offered more bread; however, she did not do any of these things and my children watched as tables around us were served even though they were seated after us. My husband complained to a host. The host blamed everything on the kitchen staff. The server then came to our table and blamed the kitchen staff. With both of them blaming the kitchen staff, the experience became even more uncomfortable and inane. It was though we were at a completely different restaurant. Needless to say, the birthday dinner was ruined and now our favorite "to go" restaurant has fallen disgracefully to the bottom of the list for fear that we will be served by "Ashley" again.
A very pleasant place within a retirement community. Parking spaces were at a premium on a Friday evening. The seating was comfortable. Quite an extensive menu. All of our courses were good, but not quite as good as the prices would indicate. Our server was excellent. Try the chocolate volcano cake.
We were out for our 15th Anniversary, it was a phenomenal experience! Our server was professional and accommodating. Dinner was prepared exactly to our liking. The complimentary champagne toast & warm butter cake pudding, ah-mazing! Hope to be back soon, thanks!
We celebrated our 54th wedding anniversary at Tria and had a delightful time. The decor was tasteful and the room was quiet enough for normal conversation. Our server was attentive and knowledgeable and provided excellent, unobtrusive service. The surf and turf (filet and crab cake) and the scallops were delicious, as were the desserts. All in all, hats off to Tria and its staff.
I rarely go out to brunch, and that may change after enjoying brunch at Tria yesterday. One orders off the menu. There are many selections in a broad variety of categories. A beverage is included in the price. The staff always try to give you your favorite table. The service is attentive, friendly and discreet. The food was delicious. They went out of their way to make a friend's 71st birthday wonderful.
We have been here in past years but something is changed. The steak au pave’ came on a plate that was too small. Smothered in brown gravy like a salisbury steak at a diner. They brought out hollandaise sauce too which made no sense. It was not worth nearly $27.
Dessert was the maple crisp with ice cream. Came out like warm soup. The server said sometimes it can be like that. What!? We should have returned it.
For the $100 we spent there are far better places to eat and get a consistently great meal. I have lots of posts on Trip Advisor so I am a decently savvy diner.
My wife had a flat bread that had very little meat and not what we would call flat bread.
We had high hopes only to have them dashed. We looked for something redeeming but could not find it.
There are lots of better options for the money.
This place is a sort of up-scale but not fancy-fancy place to dine. The night we were there, the food was mostly on-point, except some undone al-dente fries served with béarnaise sauce that saved them, but, the service was almost achingly slow. All of our food arrived well after it should have. The house was fairly full, but it appeared well staffed. Perhaps the bottleneck was in the kitchen, I don't know, but we experienced wait times for all of our courses.
Other than that, the food was all very good. We both had the ribeye and it was done to our expectation of rare with a nice sear on the outside.
New Years Eve at 8:30. By the time we left many tables were empty. Don't know if they stayed open to celebrate or not. A few special entres for the holiday but they ran out of baked potatos of all things but they subbed a vegetable which was better for us anyway.
The food is some of the worst I have ever had in a restaurant. We were there for brunch, and they managed to make a tough waffle (I suspect beating the batter to within an inch of its life loaded it up on gluten, making it more like bread dough than waffle batter). The bacon was both burnt and undercooked at the same time. Others had "hash browns" -- which were actually a gluey potato gratin, and not hash browns at all. How can you not even know the correct names for the items on your own menu? A place to go out of your way to avoid.
The service was awesome! It was our first time eating at Tria. We had the steak filet, but it was not the most flavorful. It was relatively tender, but again, not great. The potatoes and signature dessert were delicious. We will return to try other menu items.
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