Noodles & Company

3833 Lexington Ave N
Arden Hills, 55126
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The food is always great and the staff is always friendly! My only complaint would be that every time I order a regular bowl of soup that I receive a small side of soup.
Have to say, I am a fan of Noodles. They have great options that are healthy choices and I like that I can show up one day and have mac and cheese and the next day have some asian noodles. It keeps my tastebuds happy. This new strip mall is great, everything I want in one place...starbucks and noodles. My only dissappointment is I stopped in for a to go order for class, I arrived at class and there was no protein on my noodles. A little upseting...i wanted my chicken. They are a newer store and the staff needs more time to really get up to speed.
Arden Hills: Service is really slow because there aren't enough people working. ALL of the tables were dirty. We ordered the Pad Thai and it was missing ingredients and didn't have enough sauce so it was dry. We asked for an extra plate twice but then had to go to the counter to actually get it (first world problem, I know, but it's still bad service). As usual, it costs way more than it should and we always feel a bit ripped off when we're done. So why do I continue to go back? Because my kids love the pesto cavatappi. But I won't be going to this location again...unless I forget how bad it was the first two times.

(651) 765-1330

Comfort Food, Italian, Asian Fusion

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Welsch’s Big Ten Tavern

4703 Hwy 10
Arden Hills, 55112
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Sunday date night.... dollar off drinks... great walleye. Definitely good enough to go back and try something else have to menu. I had the chicken / rib special... don't recommend that. Very Boring ..,over cooked..icky sauce. Maybe try to steer away from the bar if you don't want to hear a lot of "f-in-heimers"...loud biker talk. Not to much else for seating though... outside had a lot of road noise. I should just give it to stars for the way I'm griping about it but I've been there in the past and it's been good. don't get the $7 Pino either.... gripe.....gripe...gripe...
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE FOOD !! This review is only for the catering I experienced at a local community center for a wedding reception. Not the actual restaurant itself. But see the note at the end on that! This beautifully executed and totally delicious meal is what happens when a restaurant owner hires a PROFESSIONAL CHEF who is passionate about food. We were treated to a buffet line that was sharp and crisp with black and red linens. Happened to be the wedding party's colors too. The chafers were shining invitations of what was inside. OMG... my mouth actually started watering as I neared the beginning of the table. Of course, I did watch as the shining star of the buffet, a ginormas PRIME RIB ROAST was hoisted unto the carving station. I usually don't go into detail on the menu, but if you are contemplating choices for a reception...listen up: A choice of white or whole grain dinner rolls, with room temp butter packets Green salad with choice of dressings Seasoned Green Beans A medley of Steamed Carrots, Cauliflower, and some other veggies :-) Mashed Potatoes from Reds with some skins on Chicken Breasts(portion controlled sizes) in a Wine Mushroom Sauce AUGRATIN POTATOES AUGRATIN POTATOES AUGRATIN POTATOES Carved Prime Rib Horsesy Sauce Light (chicken?) Gravy There were probably a couple more ecroudements as well, but I hit the big items. The Chef and the bartender turned chef's helper and servers were on it and kept it all going. Spot on service. For around 100 ppl. Of course, nothing is perfect, there is always room for improvement. However, the only things I would have changed, and these are minor, would be 1. Warm the rolls up a little 2 .More milk in the mashed potatoes, they were a little stiff 3. Provide au jus for the beef, although it was such a superior quality of meat and so expertly prepared that the flavor stood on it's own. That said, I have been to the actual restaurant many years ago, maybe 5-6 times. I remember being in a car in the parking lot making out so I must have really enjoyed the bar. Hey, it is next to a trailer park. What can I say ????? O H H E L L Y E A H H E L L Y E A H
My Parents are snowbirds. They RV the South during the cold winter months, and are back up this way, to the friends & family they know & love. Spending 5 days with Alyssa R, their granddaughter, & I. We had the job of getting them back accustomed to the Midwestern ways. What would be better than an All-You-Can-Eat Friday Night Fish Fry to get them into the swing of things? I called ahead asking what time they serve it till & was told 10 PM. That's awesome. Right now, driving in, you will need to come from the back roads way. Prior Avenue. Highway 10 is closed & blocked off for the redevelopment phase of the old Arden Hills Army Base. We pulled in a little later, like 8, and it was easy to find a parking spot. When you walk in, you enter into a host stand area, with a game room just off to the left. To the right, you could enter into the bar area. A reader board told us of the specials they had that night, plus there was a BBQ Rib dinner special already plated up under a glass dome. It looked divine. No one was at the host stand, however, we were greeted less than a minute after we walked in, by our server who was just around the corner. She walked us into the restaurant to the back area where there was a big booth waiting for us all. The restaurant side of things was a ghost town, while the bar area had a little life. Amanda gave us menus and an idea of the tap beers they had. She rattled off at least 20. I went with a Black Butte Porter, as did my Dad. Alyssa R went with a gin & tonic. Mom, a Southern Comfort Old Fashioned Sweet with fruit. They have a nice menu, full of dinners, burgers, apps, everything a Supper Club should have. Prices seemed right. When Amanda came back with our drinks, she wondered if we were ready to place our order. We were. In all, 3 Fish Fry's & one opened faced Prime Rib Sandwich(Alyssa R.). We sip on our drinks and chitty chat about the trip, and before we know it, our dinners are here. Very quick. But, I guess when we are the only order for the cooks to make, that might help with the speed of things. In between our dinners arriving, Alyssa R got a side salad with her order. That salad was a thing of beauty. Fresh greens & toppings & plenty of them. First impressions of the Fish Fry. Looks good. Two full sized fillets of cornmeal breaded Alaskan Pollack, shoestring sized French fries, a slice of wheat toast brushed with garlic butter and sliced in half, a large plastic ramekin of coleslaw, small plastic ramekin of tartar, & a nice wedge of lemon. A little salt & pepper helped the fries out. They were hot & crispy. The coleslaw was old looking. Like it had been made much earlier and sat out getting mushy & crusty at the same time. The toast was alright. It was what it was. Garlic butter swiped wheat bread. The fish was done right. Steamy & flaky inside. Nice crust on the outside. A little bland, but alright. Cornmeal breading was unique for a Fish Fry, but it held up OK. With 20 beers on tap, I would recommend them switching to a beer batter, however, they are doing something different than what other Fish Fry's are doing with the breading they use. Service was out of this world great. I haven't been served this well in a LONG time. Amanda was enjoying her job, and it really showed. She showed great skills in her job. At one point, my Dad asked for more coleslaw. He misspoke, and wanted more tartar instead. She brought out the coleslaw, and he pointed out his mistake. She was so, "It's OK", that none of us felt like it was a bother. Some servers, you would have got the Atypical eye roll, or monotone answer. Not Amanda. We went to use a highchair at one point with our daughter. It was filthy dirty. Amanda was so sorry, and genuine with it. Gosh. I wish she could train 90% of the servers I get in life. Made us feel good in tipping her. She earned every red cent of that tip. With the 'rents picking up the tab, I'm not sure of the total bill. The AYCE Friday Night Fish Fry here costs $9.95. That price point is spot on. This was Alyssa R & I's third time here. All for the Fish Fry. We'll be back, but I think next time, it'll be for another Friday Night AYCE special they offer. Prime Rib! Yes. AYCE Prime Rib.

(651) 633-7253

Burgers, American (Traditional)

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Baja Sol Tortilla Grill

3673 Lexington Ave N
Arden Hills, 55126
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Great place to go after a workout at the YMCA across the road.
I was a little leery when I first went to this restaurant. I thought the prices were a little high. Now I am a big fan of their chicken tacos. MMM, not to mention the unlimited chips with a salsa bar. What is not to like about that? Although the rice and or beans are nothing to write home about, 2 tacos and unlimited chips are enough to fill any hungry gal on a shopping trip.
I love this place! My favorite entree by far is the Sierra Sandwich with Chicken Tinga. I buy that almost every time I go there. Their other entrees are good, like the enchiladas, quesadillas, and burritos, but nothing beats the Sierra sandwich with chicken tinga! I didn't care for their fish tacos though. I love the fact that they have fast food prices for food that tastes almost just as good as Ol Mexico and Don Pablo's. The free chips and salsa is also a plus, but I got sick of them. They have a card, each time you buy a meal they punch one out and when you fill it up you get a free meal!

(651) 483-0800

Mexican

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Jimmy John’s

3775 Lexington Ave N
Arden Hills, 55126
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(651) 484-4882

Sandwiches

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Arby’s

3751 Lexington Ave N
Arden Hills, 55126
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(651) 766-7628

Fast Food

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Quality Inn & Suites Arden Hills - Saint Paul North

1125 Red Fox Rd
Arden Hills, 55112
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(651) 484-6557

Hotels

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POP Culture Frozen Yogurt

3833 Lexington Ave N #108
Arden Hills, 55126
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(651) 766-2547

Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt, Restaurants

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Domino’s Pizza

3551 Lexington Ave N
Arden Hills, 55126
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(651) 484-3030

Pizza, Chicken Wings, Sandwiches

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Lindey’s Prime Steak House

3600 N Snelling Ave
Arden Hills, 55112
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(651) 633-9813

Steakhouses

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