Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Lindstrom. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Lindstrom, officially spelled Lindström, is a city in Chisago County, Minnesota, United States, located 35 miles northeast of the Twin Cities. The population was 4,442 at the 2010 census. Lindström's motto is America's Little Sweden. U.S. Highway 8 serves as a main route for the community. The ö in the city's name is derived from the Swedish language.
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4 based on 44 reviews
Who would have thought this little spot would have such delicious bbq ribs. Theyâve become one of our favorite places to eat. Breakfast is always so good. Different specials. Saturday night is ribs severed with potatoes, slaw, toast & beans. Bbq sauce is my favorite style. Sometimes itâs hard to wait for Saturday! Weâve been here several times & consistently good food & service.
4 based on 120 reviews
Party of ten, including 4 children under 10 were welcomed and provided with amazing service. Not one entree was incorrect and the waitress was good humored and helpful. Good variety of food for adults and the kids menu has a good mix of kid-friendly food for $5. The kids enjoyed the popsicle at the end of the meal. Recommend making a reservation if you have a larger party. We did and were seated immediately. Noise level is a bit high but atmosphere is lively and fun. I see why this place is always crowded!
4 based on 36 reviews
My mom and my sister live in Center City so every time I visit we find ourselves at the Pizza Pub, often more than once. Itâs always a fun, easy, enjoyable evening. The service can be a bit slow at times, but the food is definitely worth the wait. They have many beers (and ciders!) on tap plus a full bar and sports on TVs throughout the bar and restaurant. The menu includes a lot more than pizza (watch out for the spaghetti- it has a spicy kick) so there is something for everyone. Overall itâs a great choice for families of all sizes and all ages.
I was just there and wanted to review the restaurant but you don't list it. If I didn't know someone local tripadvisor would have been no help finding this restaurant.
Apparently they are trying to sell and have introduced an extremely limited menu recently which is very poorly presented. Fries tasted like they were cooked in old grease; burger was sub par and special walleye was full of bones. Sad to see this restaurant go way downhill. Hopefully, new owners will revitalize it.
Under new management, this restaurant is sure to be a destination venue this year. They are trying new menus including a cod fish fry on Fridays from 5-8 p.m., family style breakfasts Sundays 9 a.m.-noon and there will be live music on St. Patty's Day from 6-10 p.m. I attended a business networking luncheon and was very pleased with the make-your-own sandwiches, chips, soup, and chocolate chip cookie.
4 based on 34 reviews
Disappointed in the burgers this visit. I may be mistaken, but they seemed like pre-made frozen patties. In the past, they were definitely fresh and seemed hand formed. Just didn't taste the same. Buns were soft and delicious and fried were served piping hot. Al's Amber beer is always a good choice.
Arby's is a leading global quick-service restaurant company operating and franchising over 3,400 restaurants worldwide. Arby's was the first nationally franchised, coast-to-coast sandwich chain and has been serving fresh, craveable meals since it opened i
Loved the classic gyros Arbys had on the menu, now there gone. Must of been a limited time offer. I believe they were really popular at this location. Beef Gyros on menu are delicious too with the soft flat bread and tzatziki, but not the same. Arbys Bring back those original gyros.
I stopped in here, enjoyed some of the samples they had on a table inside and picked up some sausage and beef sticks. They have a wide assortment of sausages, meat sticks, beef jerky and cuts of meat. I was there on a Saturday and they had a grill set up out front and where serving hamburgers to a couple people who had arrived before me. I'll have to swing by again and try them out for lunch, Lindstrom is such a fun town, Great for a day trip and shopping.
5 based on 8 reviews
Some friends and I attended a beautifully served luncheon under a pavilion that could seat up to 100 people. The first course was an attractive fruit plate featuring cantaloupe, pineapple, grapes, and strawberries. This was followed by a cheese plate with crackers. Berry tea, cucumber water, and coffee was served several times. The homemade cranberry and wild rice bread was delicious. A chicken salad with tomatoes, greens, bacon followed. Dessert was a variety of mini-bars and cupcakes. Their menu changes weekly. Visitors will be delighted to walk around the many flowers and greenery on this 60-acre site.
3 based on 43 reviews
This is the second time my family has stopped in Lindstrom on the way between the Twin Cities and Duluth. Though a little out of the way from I35, it's a nice change from the standard stopping points. The Swedish pancakes are excellent. The Rodeo burger was better than many burgers I've had at places like Burger Jones. The mint French silk pie was fabulous. And coming from the Cities, it's quite a bargain: 3 meals, a side, a slice of pie and 2 drinks for $36. My only complaint was the dark fries.
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