Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in New Ulm, Minnesota, United States. New Ulm is a city in Brown County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 13,522 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Brown County.
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The Cottonwood Grill is located in the clubhouse of the beautiful New Ulm Country Club. Come enjoy our completely renovated restaurant and enjoy the cuisine our Chef has made especially for our customers. From pleasing appetizers, to the best burgers in N
Found this foodie's delight off the main road on the golf course. Large menu, friendly service, good food in large portions. I had the 3 cheese burger and seasoned kettle chips.... Very good! This place will be a new fav on our somewhat frequent trips to New Ulm Hi Roger F, Thank you so much for the great review! I'm so happy to hear you enjoyed your food. We look forward to having you back with us on your next visit to New Ulm!
3 based on 27 reviews
I haven't been to an Applebee's in a number of years, but we were at the Best Western at decided to walk down. I had the Nashville hot chicken sandwich and thought it was delicious. Overall we had a great experience and would come back.
4 based on 28 reviews
We ate here for dinner on a Sunday night.Brianna was our server and she was very nice.Crispy chicken sandwich was very good and so were the tots.Hamburger was good with nice and hot fries.Service was great and good was delivered to our table within 10 minutes of ordering.Good place to eat dinner in New Ulm.I recommend:)Menu seems to have something for everyone Thank you for the review! We aim to please and are tremendously gratified when it shows! We hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 41 reviews
Yes you find these places in nearly every small town in Minnesota and all over the upper midwest. A simple breakfast menu, ten or so tables, a counter with stools, one cook, one waitress and the morning-old-guy-coffee-clutch-gathering talking very loud, ........."yeah I remember that '56 Olds I bought, can't recall what engine it had"..... It is comforting that these places continue to exist. Nothing fancy, just a friendly cafe. We did stop here for breakfast as we always eschew the common chain restaurants (Perkins, Denny's, etc.) and fast food (McDonald's. blah). Not that this place has such uncommonly good food, it is just average but it has that realness to it, the authenticity of small town life. You all know what I mean. I ordered the #2 off the breakfast menu. Two eggs-OE, ham, hash browns and rye toast. The coffee is typical and also bottomless. Service here is ok, seeing that there is only one server for the whole place. Just not very efficient. She would stop at tables already being served and obey all their requests for extras while ignoring taking our order. Not normally in a hurry, but we were attending an auction in town, the food wagon (at the auction) sucked so we had to get some better food and get back to the auction.
4 based on 24 reviews
We had made reservations due to being a weekend night. We were immediately greeted when we walked in and seated at the table they had set for us. The staff were awesome...very attentive and accommodating. The salad bar was basic and fresh. My party , two of us ordered the shrimp, fish dinner, and 1/2 of a chicken. It all comes with potato choice and two pieces of toast. Everyone was very happy with the food. It's a family dining atmosphere with a cozy feel. It will definitely be a place I will visit whenever I'm in the area.
4 based on 95 reviews
Just looking for a good burger, this is the place to go. Offers a fairly wide menu. Figured since it was packed that it must be the place to go in New Ulm. Always a good sign.
4 based on 78 reviews
From german cuisine to bar food to classic American favorites, we have something for all tastes. Our Rathskeller bar and restaurant, located in the basement of Turner Hall in New Ulm MN will bring you back to old world Germany, complete with beautifully r
We ate dinner here and were very happy! We had the smoked pork chop dinner (10 oz so big enough to share) which was cooked perfectly, which came with green beans, that were definitely squeaky as they were slightly undercooked, but still good, and sweet potato fires which were smooth, buttery tasting and delicious.I had the local beer, Scheel in a tall glass. Beer was ok, but not remarkable. Then to top it all, we had the chocolate chip cookie desert! That took 12 minutes to bake, in it's own 5 inch cast iron pan; came out of the oven warm, then topped with a large scoop of vanilla ice cream and drizzled with caramel!! Oh, so good! Needless to say, we were stuffed when we left Turner Hall, but very happy. Not cheap, at $35, but worth it.Dennis; we thank you for taking the time to visit and to review our establishment. Hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 126 reviews
The Green Mill New Ulm offers your favorite Green Mill pizzas, sandwiches, burgers, salads, and American entrees in a relaxing, fun atmosphere.
After visiting the nearby brewery we stopped here for some mint julips and some appitizers. Very cool atmospher with a large patio outside and a large fireplace. The bar mixologist had not made mint julips before but did a nice job. Good chips and salsa. Thanks so much for the review! We're always really happy to hear nice things about our staff, atmosphere, and food. Hope you'll come back again and test us on another cocktail!
4 based on 100 reviews
Went with a couple who highly recommended George's. We arrived and the place was packed. We stood around waiting to talk to a hostess to be seated. We were standing there for a good 10 minutes and every employee who walked past didn't even acknowledge our presence. When we finally were seated, it was in a cramped spaced and it wasn't very comfortable or conducive to conversation. While I know they were busy, it took a long while to get our orders in, and a long while for the food to arrive. We didn't see our waitress very often. The steak I had was ok, but to be honest, I don't quite understand the hype surrounding this place. The owner did eventually come over and speak to us for a few minutes, but all-in-all, I was underwhelmed.
4 based on 167 reviews
Known for it's locally roasted coffee and espresso drinks, fresh scones, pastries, pastas, baguette sandwiches, pot pies, soups, salads, and funky atmosphere. During the Summer and Fall enjoy lunch or dinner on the outdoor patio, stop by for an Schells Be
Stopped for lunch on a Sunday. They close at two on Sunday. You order your food at the counter and itâs brought to your table. Breakfast is served all day on Sunday. We ordered the French toast and the biscuits and gravy. We both enjoyed both our entrees. Get a spoon for the biscuits and gravy as theyâre served in a bowl. Staff was friendly.
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