Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Woodbury, Minnesota, United States. Woodbury is a suburb of St. Paul and the largest city in Washington County, Minnesota. It is part of the greater Twin Cities metropolitan area. Woodbury is situated east of Saint Paul along Interstate 94. The 2016 population for Woodbury was 68,349, making it the 8th most populous city in Minnesota .
Things to do in Woodbury
4 based on 59 reviews
Delicious wings in a huge variety of flavors: you are best off previewing before you go, or giving yourself extra time to look at the menu before ordering! Menu is arranged by heat level: the offerings will satisfy everyone from Minnesota meek tastes to flame daredevils. Also serves burgers, but we did not indulge. We had Johnny Appleseed, Buffalo Bill and Ben Grimm. Peanut curry Ben Grimm's were the superstar: great balance of flavor and spice. Seasoned fries were also terrific, served with special sauce. Service is hybrid: you order at the counter and the food is brought to you. Staff was friendly to a fault. Offers good assortment of craft beers and local soda. Plenty of parking.
3 based on 157 reviews
My pseudo wife, Davida, and I met for happy hour at Lakes Tavern. Happy hour was good and service by Kristin was great. In addition to our drinks we had the deviled eggs and a meat lovers flatbread. Both were tasty. Kristin the bartender also served as our waitress. Kristin was friendly, efficient and very personable. Although Kristin said that she had only worked at Lakes Tavern she was knowledgeable about the menu and made two very good recommendations for us. Happy Hour prices were very good. We will go back again.
3 based on 90 reviews
First time visiting and found the food to be terrific. The ribs were very tender and the homemade sauce was very good. Happy Hour consisted a number of horse races where you drew a number and if your horse won you received a complimentary drink. .
4 based on 54 reviews
America's Favorite BBQ since 1994. Join us for Award-Winning BBQ, Legendary Burgers, Signature Sandwiches, and much more. Dine-in, take it To Go, or have us bring the 'Q to you with our Famous Catering or 3rd party delivery (participating locations).
We have visited this location many times, the last three times we noticed a decline in service and the quality of food. This time around unlike our previous time when the ribs were dry, tough and flavorless our ribs were so undercooked they were still bleeding. After checking several ribs we decided not to even try to eat the rest. Our waitress was very polite and friendly, she sent a manager our way. He immediately sounded disinterested even as he asked how things were going. We explained to him that we've ordered the same dish many times and we have never encountered ribs this undercooked. He shrugged his shoulders and said well we cook them to 190, as if that explained how undercooked they were. He asked if we wante new ribs and we said yes. This is not an exaggeration, 30 seconds or less later he came back with a plate of ribs. To our shock this set was even less cooked. Literally you could squeeze them and blood came out, some of the others were so undercooked that the meat was still red and shiny, completely raw. In my opinion a good manager would have make sure that the next set of ribs given to a customer that complained the previous was undercooked would be cooked, but it does explain how fast he came with the new set. He didn't check they were not cooked for us, it didn't matter. I cook ribs for my family frequently, I know they're not supposed to be gray, firm and overcooked but I also know that there's a huge difference between red, shiny, slimy, bleeding in particular near the bone than some pink. Somewhere charred on the outside it seemed to me as though the flame was too high. The rest of our meal was good as usual but as we explained to our waitress after she asked if we wanted a refund for the ribs that was not the point. After listening and seeing our situation as we were leaving the people behind us told us they also felt their ribs were undercooked but not knowing much about ribs they ate them and now were hoping not to get sick. I know the fine print in the menu says some of the food could be undercooked but ribs should not be one of them. Also if a customer complains about undercooked food clearly if you're going to offer to replace it you should make sure that it is cooked. As we exited the same manager thanked us for coming as if we had the best visit ever.
3 based on 229 reviews
Axelâs Bonfire, commonly known as Bonfire, features real wood-fired cooking giving the food its rich and distinctive grilled flavor. The relaxed, inviting atmosphere is a perfect backdrop for festive, flavorful American cuisine with a unique Southwest fla
Great atmosphere, really like that a reservation can be made and the actual seating time is acceptably close to reservation time. Needs a bit of decorative improvement but food is uniformly good and great value.
3 based on 142 reviews
CRAVE American Kitchen & Sushi Bar is a fine dining restaurant chain that serves up a vibrant and diverse menu, fresh sushi and an award-winning wine list in a chic and energetic setting.
We had eaten at a couple other Crave's recently and had good experiences. We were happy to see a Crave just a block from our hotel so we were looking forward to a great meal here. Unfortunately, it didn't happen.I want to start by saying the service was excellent. The disappointing experience definitely wasn't the fault of the staff. They were very friendly and helpful.I started with a Bloody Mary and it was far and away the worst Bloody Mary I'd ever had. It had a weird bitter flavor and had way too much pepper in it. The pepper in it was also in very large chunks which created an off-putting texture. Our waiter suggested a craft beer for me, and his suggestion was spot on. So that part was good.We had miso soup appetizers and again... worst miso soup ever. It was so incredibly salty we couldn't eat half of it.We shared a couple sushi rolls for the main course. The sushi was good. Not great, but good. We then had desserts and my wife ordered the exact dessert she had just had at another Crave. The one she received from this Crave was about 1/3 the size and nowhere near as good. We were anxious to just get back to the hotel after a long day and a subpar meal so I made the rookie mistake of not checking my bill thoroughly. When we got back to the hotel, I started to realize the total seemed high, so we pulled up Crave's menu online and added everything up. Sure enough, we were over-charged by a pretty fair amount. I rarely rate any restaurant below a 3 but in good conscience, I can't go higher than a 2 for this experience.-The Power TrippersHi, I wanted to personally reach out and apologize for your substandard dining experience. Please know weâll be sharing this with our management team and chef. Will you please email me at your earliest convenience so I can personally help resolve the issue for you? Please email me at [email protected], I look forward to connecting.Thank you, Kylie
4 based on 77 reviews
Our 2nd time there. The ribeye is still big and flavorful. The salmon was good. I didn't like the risotto but it was cooked well and the garlic mashed potatoes were excwllwnt. Large enuf portions for lwdrovers. Service was friendly and efficient and the live music was nice.
4 based on 140 reviews
Went here because I heard the wings were amazing. They were large--but nothing special we didn't think. And the service, yea it wasn't very good AT ALL! I guess maybe give it another try?
4 based on 235 reviews
I having been coming in more often lately as I like the way the is laid out if I am coming in solo. The one thing I noticed is the last 3 times is that their servers and bartenders are very interactive with the clientele while doing their jobs. Besides that the wings and burgers and tots are yummy. My only suggestion is that they make the beer cooler. I donât like warm beer which means I have to drink it faster or chill the glasses. Just being constructive. Great property for a bar restaurant.
4 based on 476 reviews
Recommended by Double Tree for quiet place to eat on Sunday after football crowds. This place provides simple American pub food, which is economical. They have extensive beers and dinning varieties for everyone: gluten free, vegetarian, steak, fish, and pasta and pizza. Friendly service. I enjoyed briefly chicken sandwich with side salad despite mash potatoes.Recommended for ease.Thanks for taking a moment to review us. We are so glad you could join with us while you were in town. We appreciate your business and hope you'll visit us again if ever you're in town!
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