Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Mound, Minnesota, United States. Mound is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 9,052 at the 2010 census. Mound is the birthplace of the Tonka truck, named after Lake Minnetonka. The Tonka Toys headquarters was originally in Mound, but moved to facilitate material deliveries. Mound is about twenty miles west of downtown Minneapolis, the county seat.
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4 based on 56 reviews
One of my new favorite breakfast spots. They have awesome huevos rancheros, a huge selection of Benedictâs the lobster Benedict is my favorite. The biscuits and gravy are also very good. Finally the bacon is great the jalapeÃ±o bacon is unbelievable. While there they also had a meat raffle going on, who doesnât like a meat raffle. The place is decent in size but fills up fast. The service was very good and prices reasonable. I look forward to trying more of the breakfast options along with their dinner menu. The Narrows is a local hot spot and a must try.
Really, does anyone need to review Subway any more? It's a predictable pretty fresh bun with predictable sliced meats and cheese of less-than-deli quality, and a salad cart of toppings. The only questions really are 1. toasted? 2. with or without drink + chips 3. should I try the special doo-dad meal? When you need cheap bulk, go to Subway and ask for the $5 sub.
4 based on 13 reviews
Started off with a couple Happy Hour Appetizers first the Buffalo Chicken Quesadillas $ 7.00 and the Jerky BBQ Flat Bread $ 5.00, both were really delicious. For dinner ordered up the Happy Hour Cheeseburger with French French sliders $6.00 great deal and a Classic Caesar $8.99. Happy Hour drinks $1.00 off.
3 based on 28 reviews
We frequent Carbones.They have awesome daily specials and wonderful food. One of our favorite things about Carbones is the Service. We usually sit at the bar and are always greeted right away. I love the house salad and the Chicken Parmesan. Wed night is .50 Wing Night. Best night ever! Amy
4 based on 26 reviews
If you're old enough to remember the 50s, or young enough to want to experience a unique era in American teen-age culture, take a drive around Lake Minnetonka to Spring Park and the Minnetonka Drive-In --preferably in a chopped and channeled convertible with dual Hollywood glaspacs.There aren't too many drive-in restaurants (and even fewer drive-in movie theatres) around anymore. When we arrived, the parking lot was almost empty (a telling sign). While the sign on the menu says they've been serving great food for over 50 years, I'm sorry to say that is no longer the case.The young voice that squawked out of the speaker next to our car was not friendly. Not even bored. Just kind of rude, as though she really didn't want to be there. The same was true of the server. She just "dumped" our food on the tray and left. When we pressed the button to request napkins (none were provided with our order), there was no acknowledgement. Someone just showed up with a handful of napkins.The root beer float was made with soft-serve, not ice cream, and served not in a frosty mug, but a styrofoam cup. The burger was limp and, along with the fries, greasy --which may very well be just like the burgers that were served 50 years ago. But when you're 17, you don't know any better, and don't care.Perhaps the memories of the drive-in era are best left as just that, memories.
4 based on 34 reviews
Al & Alma's offers classic Lake Minnetonka dining at Al & Alma's Supper Club on Cook's Bay, as well as the original and largest fleet of modern charter and dinner cruise boats on Lake Minnetonka. The Supper Club is the longest operating restaurant on Lake
1st time eating here. What a nice, clean, fun atmosphere. Nice open seating with big windows and also a nice bar you can sit at. Got seated right away, got drinks, and scoured the menu. Nice selection from salads, steaks, ribs, chicken, fish, shrimp, burgers, sandwiches, you get the picture. They start you off with garlic bread and buns. One had burger and fries, one walleye sandwich, and the others had the skillet walleye. Everything was excellent! Prepared and cooked perfectly. Service was excellent. Definitely recommend others to go there.
4 based on 250 reviews
First time to Lord Fletcher. Warm day with lots of boat traffic and people out for a good evening. Made reservations for seating above the crazy patio which made for super people watching with good music. The shrimp, parm chicken, walleye and appetizers were shared with excellent reports. Will try this again soon.
4 based on 39 reviews
Worst breakfast ever! Had the All American with sausage. The sausage were these fat huge things that when you bite into them all you taste is sage! I had a couple of people taste them too Incase it was just me. It wasnât! They agreed with me they were the worst tasting sausage ever! I also heard the owner makes their staff write good reviews or they are fired. Terrible management idea! You need to treat the staff like human beings too! Listen to their feedbacks and take them into consideration. Dinner menu is very good. My favorite is the hand breaded cheese ball! A little overpriced on other items that are bought prepackaged from restaurant supply companies. 3 stars for dinners 1 star for breakfasts!
4 based on 62 reviews
Scotty B's Restaurant is a family restaurant located in downtown Mound, MN. Scotty B's has been providing home-made food, including burgers, soups from scratch, and daily specials for over 27 years. The restaurant also offers carry-out on all our items.
My family and I went to eat here for brunch and it was pretty average. It wasnât terrible, but it wasnât exceptionally amazing. However, you can get breakfast, lunch, or dinner all day which is pretty cool. Friendly staff, food came quickly, and a nice environment to eat in.
4 based on 68 reviews
It is a popular , unassuming restaurant. The menu changes almost daily. On our visit they had lamb burgers to go with Dakota burgers. Our youngest had a child's cheese burger. They serve beer and wine plus soft drinks. We did not order desert, but they had ice cream and cake. They have bar benches and maybe a dozen tables. Outside there were two picnic tables. You order in a lineup and food is delivered to your table. The food was very good.
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