Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Edina, Minnesota, United States. Edina (/iːˈdaɪnə/ ( listen) ee-DY-nə), officially known as the City of Edina, is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. It is an affluent suburb situated immediately southwest of Minneapolis. Edina began as a small farming and milling community in the 1860s. The population was 47,941, as of 2010.
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4 based on 269 reviews
Check us out at Joe Senser's , consistently rated by Sports Illustrated and ESPN as one of the premier sports bars in the country. Our sports bars are designed for watching any game at any time. With our gigantic 5 x 9 foot HDTV screens, Joe Senser's is t
Joe Senser's has a lot going for it, including wonderful service, cheap margarita's ($4) and substantial appetizers. Happy hour has nice features and overall it's a very good value. I ordered two margarita's which were tasty but not exactly potent. I added in a Booom Boom Shrimp which was a sizable order, enough for two persons, and thus filled me up as a solo visitor. So, overall the bottom line tab was quite affordable.The place is loaded with HDTV's large and small with a very diverse menu of live sports events to take in. Overall if you like the sports bar scene, this is definitely one to consider. Hope to get back to Bloomington again soon and try one or more of the other items on their diverse menu.Mshbnyehud, thank you for taking the time to review your visit with us and provide detailed feedback. We are so pleased that our entire team met your expectations with a wonderful experience! We truly appreciate your business.
4 based on 97 reviews
The staff is top notchThe parking is free and usually easy to find a place close.The menu has many selections but the prices are very high. Even for Edina places17.00 for a burger and fries is a little steep Bring lots of cash if you go to Cov
4 based on 145 reviews
We had a larger group for lunch here after a Stages Theatre performance. Good space for the group and very friendly service. Relatively unique menu - not just standard bar food. Good vegetarian options. The curry bowl was yummy and the veggie burger was absolutely delish!
4 based on 96 reviews
Bunnyâs opened at 4730 Excelsior Boulevard in St. Louis Park in 1933. One of the most often asked questions over the years has been, âWhere did that name come from?â The story goes like thisâ¦ The original owner, Henry Aretz, was in need of a sign for his
We visited with a large group after a golf outing, assuming that we had reserved space for our group. When we arrived, the management claimed they had no information about our reservation request. To their credit, management found space for all of us, still the initial experience was not optimal. Once we were seated, the service was friendly and prompt. I found the food and drink to be just "ok." We all enjoyed the group activity, though.
4 based on 210 reviews
Crowded patio because of the sunny day. Large rectangular bar with a ton of taps all around. The bartender was extremely and used my name regularly. She gave beer suggestions based on my questions and was very knowledgable. Try the cheese curds, you get a decent amount and they are flavorful. The BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger is delicious and the environment is fun.
4 based on 90 reviews
McCoy's Public House is about great food, good drinks and excellent people. We strive to become your neighborhood gathering place for friends and family.
My family (with 2 kids) stopped here, because it looked very attractive inside and also had outdoor seating. The menu had a good variety of meals, including my wife's favorite "fish and chips." We also had Happy Hour snacks and beer that "hit the spot." Our server Francisc was very friendly and very attentive. The kids enjoyed him a lot. The prices were moderate and food very good.
4 based on 298 reviews
This is a great place to go for all types of occasions: lunch, dinner, business meetings, parties, sports, etc. I love that they have sheets of paper where you can build your own pizza, burger, or salad. They give you options and how many of each. I always do the build your own salad. We were there once and the nachos weren't very good, but my husband liked his buffalo chicken wrap, and I love the build your own salad. The service can be a bit slow, and we purchased a membership where we get an additional discount and they can't find it but we paid for it? So that's a little annoying. But it's a great deal if it works!Thanks for taking a moment to review us! We would love to take a closer look into your club card membership, please reach out to us via the contact form on our website: thetaverngrill.com - We appreciate your business and look forward to seeing you again soon!
4 based on 111 reviews
I've visited the Low Brow a few times over the last several years and have always walked away happy. From brunch to lunch to dinner, the menu is solid with several tempting options; I've really liked everything I've had here. The service is very helpful and accommodating and the atmosphere is always relaxed and low key. I highly recommend the Low Brow for a late lunch on the weekend. You won't regret it.
4 based on 298 reviews
New British pub in Minneapolis
I would definitely recommend calling ahead, no matter what day because seating is limited. It saved us an hour wait. Parking is so so, we parked around the corner on a side street, up a hill. When we arrived we were greeted and brought to our table right away. Our waiter was very personable and very attentive. The one downfall is it is very loud and hard to hear the people you are with. The onion and bacon dip was amazing. Steak sandwich melts in your mouth. The braised beef was a tad dry but still good. Overall, it was worth the stop.
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