Aitkin (/ˈeɪkɪn/ AY-kin) is a city in Aitkin County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 2,165 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Aitkin County.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Mid day I ordered breakfast anyway, feeling excited about the hash and eggs. Well, it's canned hash, or tubed, as the waitress called it, but still pretty good. The diners (couple of farmers) next to us had the most enormous plates of hot beef sandwiches with gravy. Huge! Then one guy ordered a salad, too. Yowza. This homestyle diner food and it's pretty darn good. Blueberry pie was tasty, too!
Pancakes passing us by were also so big, kids were leaving more than half left on their plates. Young couple behind us mentioned that they could save half their plates for dinner.
3.5 based on 5 reviews
baconcheeseburger 5 buck lunch fries deink and a sundae yummy and the staff is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
While in route to Detroit Lakes we discovered this wonderful restaurant. Delicious, fresh ingredients in their sandwiches, flavorful coffee and yummy treats. Friendly service with clean restrooms, a relaxed atmosphere and little shops to browse.We loved it so much we stopped again on the way back!
4.5 based on 20 reviews
My husband and I had a great breakfast at the Birchwood Cafe! Super friendly! Great waitress! We had sausage, eggs and delicious blueberry pancakes. The kind of food that sticks to your ribs! Coffee and Juice. Little places like this are so pleasant when your traveling. Thanks Birchwood! Recommend.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
We were passing through and decided to stop in for a bite to eat. The staff was very friendly and accommodating and the food was fabulous. Their broasted chicken was so good and their au graten potatoes are, too. Great little stop along the way.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
The Tuscany offers you wonderful,exciting and a great variety of breakfasts on their Sunday buffet and the rest of the week they offer amazing soups, sandwiches and a variety of other wonderful food and desserts. They also have a great display case of baked goods and fudge that's to die for. The service is very personal and very attentive to your needs. Great coffee and a good variety of teas. Stop in and try it I haven't been disappointed yet
4 based on 26 reviews
I liked their small steak and the salad bar. Bar was extremly busy the day I was there with some cycle friends. Food for everyone was good and they ordered variety. Salad bar was good but could be better stocked. The one knock is that tables very close together and the dining room is a zoo with tables way too close together. Drinks were quality. Owner was very nice. A neat place to stop on a cycle ride but not at dinner hour.
5 based on 17 reviews
The Red Door Restaurant located at The Red Door Resort on the beautiful North Shore of Mille Lacs Lake serves homemade meals, soups, rolls and desserts. We also offer catering in house or at the venue of your choice.
Stopped there for breakfast and ordered one of my favorite breakfast items - biscuits and gravy. Frankly I am an aficionado of sorts. It was excellent. The baking powder biscuit was different and I'm not sure why. I forgot to ask. But it sure was good too! The full order was more than I could eat so I have enough for another breakfast! Their caramel roll was huge as well and very good. Took half home as well. I'll be back sooner than later!
4 based on 15 reviews
Stopped at the Joint for a quick Monday night dinner. I had the Cobb salad, chicken done perfectly with amazing flavor, boiled egg, avocado, bacon, lettuce, field greens.
I don't even need salad dressing the flavors are so great together. And a breadstick that is thick yet crisp crust and soft center.
4 based on 16 reviews
The restaurant has new owners since January 2016. We were greeted at the ordering station by a pleasant woman. It was a holiday weekend so the place was busy I could tell the woman was quite rattled from all that was going on. I had several questions related to which pizza's were good on which types of crust and which pizzas she liked versus didn't like. She hadn't tried many of the menu items I asked about nor the combinations or pizza type and crust. This wasn't a huge deal. I was surprised she hadn't tried the items on the menu when she was at the register taking orders and trying to promote sales!
My group ended up deciding on two large pizzas. We ordered the Meateater pizza and Taco pizza, both on thin crust. The meateater was great while the taco pizza had good flavor but I was wishing it came topped with fresh lettuce and was on the lighter side of food fare. That being said, there are a lot of different renditions of taco pizza. Theirs just happened to not be my favorite approach. It was still good.
Thin crust pizza here is the way to go! Also try their Philly sub!
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