4 Seasons Restaurant

114 Mahtomedi Ave
Mahtomedi, 55115
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When I think of 4 Seasons, I think of two things, broasted chicken and root beer. Both are delicious and tasty! Call ahead on the chicken or you may have to wait a bit if you're looking for take out. I always rush it home and get it out of the box so that it can maintain that great crunch that I like. A little salt and you've got yourself a great substitution for fried chicken I say! Not greasy but super crunchy. The root beer is delicious too. Stop by the store and get a good vanilla gelato and make a delicious root beer float to end the meal. The restaurant itself could use a little updating and a good cleaning I think but I guess you could describe it best as a diner feel. So why 2 and not 3 stars you might ask, well service the last time I was there was a little off putting to me. I drew a blank on the chicken deals for some reason and when I asked to see the menu, I think the waitress was offended which is strange as I am sure not everyone memorizes restaurant menus.
What an awesome place right in Mahtomedi. It's a classic dinner close to home. The food was a solid 4 stars. I did a chicken dinner with their homemade onion rings. The rings were notably better than most that I've had at other places. The chicken was classic broasted. The service was very friendly. The reason to go to this place though is for the atmosphere and the root beer. They make it themselves.
Is so nice to be greeted by such friendly staff. The food is always excellent. Breakfasts are hearty whether you order pancakes, French toast or eggs. We often go for a nice dinner. Excellent soups, sandwiches and burgers. Their dinner specials are just that! Special. Quick summary...great service, wonderful food.

(651) 429-2201

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Leonardo’s Pizzeria

3150 Century Ave N
Mahtomedi, 55110
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Awesome for lunch. Usually go 2 or 3 times a week. Great staff, the owners are very nice.
Our first visit to Leonardo's Pizzeria this afternoon. The hand tossed pizza crust was terrific. The service was prompt and friendly (owners working counter and kitchen). The Buffalo Wings arrived piping hot. The raspberry tea was a nice surprise. We're adding this place to our list of regulars for simple, no-nonsense, great tasting pizza.
This place is a really nice place! The owners who run it are very presentable and nice. I ordered the Baked Chicken Alfredo, (non-pizza) and taste-wise 7/10, but the way they presented it to me was a 10/10! I left Leonardo's in a very good mood, and that's something restaurants should have!

(651) 777-1200

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Jethro’s Char-House & Pub

3140 Century Ave
Mahtomedi, 55115
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I noticed Jethro's Char-house housed right in the bend of an arm shaped strip mall of little consequence the first time I drove by on my way to Century College, which is within walking distance. Frankly, from the car, Jethro's is not at all impressive. That said, it is a a favorite meeting spot of Century employees (a solid rival of the Dunn Bros. located in the opposite direction down Century Avenue from the college). Why? It's the burgers: big, char-broiled, and served on a buttered, toasted bun. Jethro's fries are also good...or a salad can be substituted for the fries at no extra cost. Finally, there is the beer--by the pitcher for those long, boring faculty meetings lucky enough to be held there. Though I could easily claim that Jethro's has the best burger in the Twin Cities, the great burger is not the only reason to visit. Jethro's is the closest thing to Boston's fictitious Cheer's this reviewer has encountered in Minnesota, with the bar's regulars contributing to its ambience. One time, for example, I was there with a non-college affiliate who, after eavesdropping on a conversation at the bar, acknowledged that he had been listening in, agreed with the speaker, and bought him a beer! Things like this just don't happen at Dunn Bros. or, for that matter, Burger Jones or My Burger. Conclusion? Don't be put off by Jethro's low-key exterior. Go on in and have a great burger and a great time.
I attended Saturday bingo. I brought my clients with special needs. My clients already had lunch and follow very strict diet plans as well as regular scheduled dining out plan. My clients also are very routine as every time they bowl they buy a pop. We went to play bingo straight from bowling and I allowed them to bring there pops in to have during bingo. I thought bingo would be such a nice thing for them to do in this winter weather and one client has been wanting to play bingo for awhile now but it has been hard to find somewhere that offers bingo that fits in there very routine schedule. Once we sat down an older lady dressed in all black with white grey hair approached us and said it's not ok to bring in beverages from other places as we should be purchasing from them. I said I'm sorry would you like me to have them put it in there purse. The lady just said to put them at the back of the table. The old lady then came and asked if we would like menus and I said no thank you. I was offered a beverage as well and stated just water. This lady who I found out is the owner was then very rude to me and my clients with special needs. She said do you realize you are at a business and you are Should be buying something. I said I will I'm playing bingo. She then was real nasty saying I should be buying food and mentioned I'm at a business again. The nasty looks she was giving, the lack of not accepting or understanding and just assuming was just wrong. He had many tables still open to fill up, so I don't understand why we were treated this way. I have never felt so unwelcome somewhere.
Taking on this Underdog Challenge, I figured I'd find lots of hidden gems, newer places, then there's the ones where there's a reason it has under 10 reviews, If it weren't for trips to Donatelli's, we never would have known about it. I am the third to review here. The first was a glowing review from last year, that heavily emphasized the burgers and wings. The second is a new Yelper who has had bad luck with auto repair shops, but likes Jethro's. It's the day after Orthodox Easter, so the only thing on our minds is steak. I got the 6 oz. sandwich, Basil get the 8 oz. steak. Charhouse doesn't mean steakhouse folks. So how do you review food, when you clearly get the wrong thing. I also was enlightened that there is a whole other side to WBL. It's not all lake people. It reminded me of Merlotte's from True Blood. Just all regulars, and we were entering territory like a couple of fang bangers. There is a sign out front announcing their 34th anniversary or something, so there will be specials. I have no problem with WBL restaurants as a destination, but this is clearly your local pub.

(651) 770-2443

American (New)

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Carbone’s Pizzeria

960 Mahtomedi Ave
Mahtomedi, 55115
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(651) 426-5222

Pizza

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