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We ate before a concert at Orchestra Hall. We sat for several minutes before I made eye contact with a server, who kindly came over to serve us, even though I suspect we were not in his section. We were seated along the wall with tables empty on both sides and the restaurant was not busy. We ordered a bottle of Pino Noir - which was very good but overpriced compared to other restaurants. We had the Forager's flatbread and BBQ brisket sliders. Taste was great for both, but the BBQ brisket was difficult for my friend to bite into without getting more beef than expected. That said the beef was tender and tasty. The food and wine came promptly, but we had to ask another server to get our check because our server had not surfaced in quite awhile. The decor and arrangement of tables was more like an extension of the hotel lobby than a nice restaurant. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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One of the best meals I’ve ever had, especially for this price. Had a birthday dinner with cocktails, entrees, and dessert, and everything was fantastic. The atmosphere is also totally unique (Art Deco fans rejoice!) and would absolutely return again! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Always enjoy Stella's. Went mid-afternoon this time so it was VERY quiet there but that was really nice. Our server was very genuine: friendly, attentive without being pesty, informative, helpful, sincere. The prices have increased and I thought it was getting a bit pricey! That makes me sad. I don't mind paying a decent price for great food, but I don't like to feel gouged. Fortunately, we usually go with coupons or for specials so that helps. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Great service in a very nice setting with not too much noise for our business conversation but not so quiet that you were concerned about someone listening in. Food is good for breakfast. Stell cut oatmeal with berries is tasty and was cooked just right. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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We went for the Special Waygu burger and wine pairings. Both were fabulous and a great way to try a great glass of wine and incredible hamburger for the price of the wine alone. I will never want a “regular” burger again. The Restaurant is a classic, the service impeccable and the food is always wonderful. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Baja Haus brings a laid-back, California beach-side, and endless summer vibe to Wayzata. We’re a unique, modern, fresh and healthy restaurant – Owner Billy already has an established reputation among locals for his fresh and healthy brands. (sushi fix & bibuta)
We also promise that our food is always fresh (we don’t even own a freezer/ microwave) and we strive to bring the healthiest options to you.
But possibly the best reason to visit Baja Haus is for its party-like atmosphere, large bar area, and a few of Wayzata’s most well-known drink masters, Josh Friedt (Owner) and Troy Vasquez. The duo have crafted a cocktail program unlike any other. The tequila and mezcal-centric cocktails provide a warm-weather backdrop for a Bad Hombre with habanero and serrano infused mezcal; or a Sexy Mongolian with ginger liquor, fresh lime, ginger beer, and more mezcal.More
Join us at Mallards for award winning seafood and Cajun fare! Try our signature lobster roll, house made Kansas City BBQ ribs and key lime pie, paired with a glass of wine or one of our hand crafted cocktails. Southern hospitality is more than a tradition to us, It's our passion, and we will take any excuse to throw a party and you're invited!
Try our call ahead seating and we'll get you on the list. See you soon!More
Red Lobster welcomes you by offering PRIORITY SEATING to reduce your wait time in the restaurant, so you can spend more time doing the things you love. Or, come enjoy a drink at our bar and a Tasting Plate while you wait. Red Lobster is the world's largest and most loved seafood restaurant company, offering high quality, freshly-prepared seafood, sourced in a way that is traceable, sustainable and responsible. We offer lunch and dinner daily, featuring classics like our Ultimate Feast®, Garlic Shrimp Scampi and Parrot Isle Jumbo Coconut Shrimp, and feature limited time flavors and preparations during events like Lobsterfest®, Crabfest® and Endless Shrimp®. And, who can resist our famous warm and cheesy Cheddar Bay Biscuits®? To learn more visit www.redlobster.comMore
A Cheffy Pizza and Pasta Eatery in Wayzata MN. Chef Alex has perfected the art of pasta and pizza creation by hand rolling the combination of the simplest of ingredients to produce exquisite dishes. The Dough Room handcrafts each pasta variety onsite with select local ingredients. Since each ingredient and process at The Dough Room is completed with intention, the result is a peak food experience. All the dough at The Dough Room starts with flour from Sunrise Flour Mill--our exclusive provider of the 1800s heritage red wheat flour to which Chef Alex is devoted. It allows chefs to create pasta and pizza with less gluten than traditional flours but with an unprecedented depth of flavor which tastes smooth with a touch of nuttiness. From warm small plates like grilled romaine to the classic margarita pizza and savory raviolo hand rolled stuffed pasta, there is food here to satisfy each need for nourishment. More
TORI RAMEN WAS THE FIRST RAMEN CONCEPT TO HIT SAINT PAUL IN THE FALL OF 2016, WITHIN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF SUMMIT-UNIVERSITY. WE ARE A SKIP AWAY FROM THE SHOPS ON GRAND AVENUE AND A SHORT DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN SAINT PAUL. OUR SHOP SPECIALIZES IN PORK FREE RAMEN SERVED QUICK AND WITH EXCELLENCE. WE ARE FREE OF THE FOLLOWING: GMO'S, CORN SYRUPS, FOOD COLORING, ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS, AND PIGLET. WE SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING: ORGANICS, SCRATCH COOKING, BIRD FARMING, FERMENTATION, AND NICE PEOPLE.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.