Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Hastings. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Hastings is a city in Dakota and Washington counties, in the U.S. state of Minnesota, near the confluence of the Mississippi, Vermillion, and St. Croix Rivers. Its population was 22,172 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Dakota County, which contains most of it as well as a small part extending into Washington County. It is named for the first elected governor of the state of Minnesota, Henry Hastings Sibley.
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4 based on 25 reviews
A solid choice for Lunch. The menu options presented a significant number of choices. I had the French dip which met my expectations, not fancy but a solid choice. The portions were generous and the prices were reasonable. This would qualify as value dining. The others in my party were also very satisfied with their choices.The staff was friendly and helpful. No problems here. A solid choice for Lunch.
3 based on 30 reviews
Lots of good options. Fish tacos, Asian fries, lettuce wraps, all are very good. they put a slight spin on some traditional favorites and that makes them stand out. I love all the Fireside restaurants and happy this one is close to home.
4 based on 37 reviews
Might sound funny, but if you're into breakfast, and you like pancakes, this is the place to go. Also, the potato pancakes are awesome - and it's the only Perkins that will actually allow me to add extra hashbrown potatoes to the potato pancakes - makes them more potato-y and less doughy. Keep up the good work Hastings Perkins!!!
4 based on 196 reviews
My friend and I drove here from Apple Valley MN to have lunch and then meander through Hastings on the way back home. She had eaten here once before and had a positive experience. We asked to be seated on the deck, and shortly thereafter a single woman sat own at the table next to us. Two minutes later, she asked to be moved as her table was being bombarded by flies. Then a group of six men and a woman were going to sit on the other side, when one of the guys yelled "oh man, I just stepped in dog poop." Sure enough, when I looked down, there was a pile on the floor on my right side. The waitress came out, and they told her, which elicited a smile and "sorry about that." No offer to move them, or us. Another waitress came out gloved up and a paper towel in hand and picked it up. That was it. No return visit to disinfect. They all ordered drinks and food, and we ordered...the check for our drinks And left. I still cannot believe we experienced it. We ended up at the Fireside Social House in Hastings and had a terrific meal and great service. Never again. Beware.
4 based on 85 reviews
The Kitchen Table is a neighborhood restaurant that combines welcoming and friendly hospitality with delicious breakfast and lunch options. Executive Chef Aaron Wolfâs menu incorporates New American and Midwestern influences into unique versions of comfor
We have been so excited to try this restaurant as reviews have always been favorable. We did have to wait about half an hour but it was a lovely day outside so we did not mind. Once we were seated, we had our menus promptly. After a few minutes, we ordered drinks, three Bloody Mary's and a Pineapple Mimosa. Our food arrived prior to our drinks. Our waitstaff did update us during this time that the bartender was playing catch up. Granted she was busy however; we saw waiting customers walk outside with drinks even though we had been in the restaurant long before they were outside. We had window seat so could catch those coming and going. I did mention to our waitstaff that it had been about 30 minutes since we ordered our drinks. Her response was that she had checked on them and the bartender almost bit her head off. She ended up making the drinks for us herself. Our food was fair to excellent. Hangover Hash is so delicious as were the Bisquits with Gravy. Maybe this was an off day but the wait time on the food was about 30 minutes which is not that bad for as busy as they were but it was a little bit of a disappointing experience.Hello,Thank you for your review, we very much appreciate the honest take on your experience here. We strive to not only provide the best food but the best service and experience as well, and I'm sorry you didn't recieve the quality you had hoped for. Rest assured, if you give our restaurant another chance, I'm quite confident that we can improve on the service you experience during this visit. Thank you, hope you're enjoying your summer!
4 based on 70 reviews
This is a brand new resturaunt in Hastings.
This is the third year in a row we have visited this restaurant during Rivertown Days; the third week in July. We had a group of seven people arrive at 5:30pm. There was plenty of seating and the waitress was very attentive to us. Love the eclectic, wood and cowboy decor. The drinks are amazing, flavorful and strong. Three of us got the walleye fish and chips and they were absolutely delicious. Best fish and chips I've had in a long time!
4 based on 36 reviews
The staff are great, the place is clean and the menu is great until you try their burgers. We had the Lock and Dam burger ($10.95) and the Mushroom Swiss burger ($11.95). We ordered them medium rare and both burgers were well done and dry. The buns were not toasted which were flat and soggy. The French fries seemed under cooked and not crispy. The pickle wedge was rubbery and not crisp. The prices are too high for the small hamburger choices that we received. On previous visits, we have had other items off of their menu and they were great!
4 based on 74 reviews
...all showing one sportsball game or another.The food was okay, the prices were average and the service was friendly enough.Before your meal you are provided with a basket of peanuts and are expected to just throw the shells on the floor. This is not only an annoying sound every time someone walks past your table but it is also gross as some folks were "cracking" the nuts with their teeth. Seriously, that is just nasty.Next time we are in town, we will be trying another place for a more sanitary experience with less game TV.
4 based on 149 reviews
Dinner on our way to Treasure Island concert last night.This old world supper club was fantastic.Service was outstanding. The Petite filet's exceptionally well prepared. Loved the bread and relish dish My Old Fashioned was possibly the best I'd had in 30 years.They do Ice Cream drinks!Two steak dinners and two drinks was $50. A bargain. We tipped well as we loved the experience. Worth the beautiful drive down from St Paul.
4 based on 160 reviews
Ate here with a large group and the restaurant was able to accommodate us with great ease. The menu is diverse enough for many tastes and the beer and drink selection is excellent. Our servers were attentive and expedient. I had the Guac-Grille - guacamole, bacon, cheese sandwich that was really good. My wife had a delicious salad. Everyone was very pleased with their choices and we would happily return.
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