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It was an okay Thanksgiving meal—not spectacular. The pumpkin pie was the worst I’ve ever had. The waitress was very nice but didn’t check on our table too often. I’m unsure if she just had too many tables to handle or if she wasn’t trying that hard. The meal was acceptable but will explore other restaurants when in Minneapolis. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The Holiday Beach Bar and Grill is the Lakes Area Sports and Entertainment Headquarters. With an excellent atmosphere and an amazing view of Big Detroit Lake, we are the place to visit for a night on the town or to just sit and relax on our deck while enjoying a cold, refreshing cocktail. We aren't just about great cocktails and food, we also offer Electronic Horse Racing and Meat Raffles every Friday night and live entertainment every Saturday starting at 9 pm. You can also enjoy your favorite sports team by watching them on one of our 10 Hi-def televisions. Enjoy seasonal, beach side seating on the new multi tiered patio with great views of Big Detroit Lake. With outside food and beverage service, multiple outdoor fireplaces and weekly entertainment, the Holiday Beach Bar and Grill is the place to be.More
Erik The Red is a Nordic inspired bar and restaurant which features smoked meats and BBQ. We also focus on craft beer, whiskeys and scotch. We feature large, bone in cuts of meat like turkey legs, lamb shanks and brisket. We have partnered with Crazy Mountain Brewery based out of Colorado and Black Craft Cult clothing to serve you some of the finest in Midwest craft beer and the baddest in Midwest fashion. We feature over 30 tap beers from local and domestics to international. Additionally, we offer Bloody Mary bottle service during weekend brunch. So come and enjoy some amazing food and some fantastic libations while you bob your head (or head bang) to energetically charged Viking-esque metal in a laid back atmosphere with a rustic ambiance. ..Skål!More
The Ice House Restaurant at the Holiday Inn Detroit Lakes - Lakefront has a long, 130 year tradition. Starting with the Detroit Ice Company in 1887. We are proud of our outstanding food selections whether at breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Come and enjoy being taken care of while also having the best view of Big Detroit Lake. Every seat has a great view of the lake and you will love the atmosphere. From Sunrise to our Spectacular Sunsets, the Ice House Restaurant is the PERFECT destination for a great meal out in Detroit Lakes.More
One of Southwest Minnesota Lake hot spots. We are an island-themed restaurant that serves 100% certified Hereford Beef. Slow roasted Prime rib, and hand cut steaks are our specialty. We also have delicious seafood, pasta and pizza. In the summer, our outside tiki bar and patio dining over looking the lake brings people from miles around. We have docks for customers to boat up to, which is a attraction in itself. We have Volleyball games, different themed parties like pirates of the Caribbean, and many other things to do. On the weekends we have live music, Wedding receptions that hold up to 325 people. Event rooms for Reunions, birthday, and bachelor parties. The colors are nautical grays, blues and tans. The furniture and decor is Island themed. The inside bar is shaped like the bow of a boat. The mood is always a party. The restaurant is situated right on Lake Shetek in a resort setting. More
Since Sakana opened in 2009,we have been striving toward providing the best experience possible. From the decadent rolls to the notes of umami within the sashimi, to the layer of flavors in the home made marinades used everyday, we want you, the guest, to feel as if we are inviting you into our own home for a meal. Coupling these aspects with a staff that can adapt to a family of four with a new born, to a couple on a first date, to the guest that has never had sushi before, we will deliver the fluid and comfortable dining adventure that every person deserves.More
Discover The Twin Cities
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.