Round Barn Farm B & B & B

28650 Wildwood Ln
Red Wing, 55066
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(651) 385-9250

Hotels, Bed & Breakfast

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Domino’s Pizza

3019 S Service Dr,Ste A
Red Wing, 55066
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(651) 388-0444

Pizza, Chicken Wings, Sandwiches

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Pratt Taber Inn Victorian B & B

706 W 4th St
Red Wing, 55066
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The perfect romantic getaway! Now, I'm from Red Wing...but I'm 31 years old and it is time for me to stop sleeping on my friend's parent's hide-a-beds when I stop into town. I decided to stay at the Pratt Taber based on their positive online reviews. We booked the Summer Room. Deb was there to greet us & help us get settled. She gave us some details on the happenings that weekend & what to check out. We arrived back from dinner to a plate of gooey brownies that were just straight up sinner-good. We woke up & coffee was ready for us outside our door. We went down to breakfast & Deb served a group of us while we enjoyed talking to the other visitors. When you stay here, you feel like some kind of Victorian royalty with a laid-back vibe. A pretty sweet romantic place to escape to. We will definitely come back.
My wife and I had a wonderful stay on the night of 6/25/15. Which was all too brief, I should add. Plan on spending another day or two. Red Wing is a lot of fun and the inn is within walking distance of everything downtown. This is a very comfortable, roomy inn, with a huge downstairs cat named Max who will greet you at the door. The owners are very friendly and will do just about anything to make you comfortable. Rooms are nicely appointed and the baths are quite up to date. Coffee is left in the upstairs sitting room in the morning; breakfast at 9:00. We had lovely french toast, fresh berries, and whipped cream, or if you prefer, syrup. This is a good spot for old house fans, especially renovators, as the story of the rescue and renovation is quite interesting. We will be returning. Consider: our little vacation stays in limited service chain motels cost over $100 per night. Pratt Taber was an absolute bargain at $137 all-up.
Very comfortable. Wine before dinner, popcorn and brownies before bed, paper and coffee on porch before a scrumptious breakfast. Add to that Deb, Max and Ron for delightful conversation over breakfast. We enjoyed ourselves.

(651) 388-5945

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Red Wing Brewery

1411 Old W Main St
Red Wing, 55066
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Fantastic beers. Great staff. Worth the trip up 61. Plenty of parking. Cheese bread hit the spot with their fresh bread.
A decent choice for a brew in Red Wing. I'm an IPA guy, and the Jordan Creek was good but hoppier would make me happier. The servers were incredibly friendly and accommodating, and we enjoyed our hour spent here.
This Hoppy Girl has had the pleasure of visiting Red Wing Brewery twice so far and each visit has been wonderful. The pizzas are amazing and I love that they are using their spent grains left over from brewing in the dough. This is something I love doing with my homebrew spent grains too. The staff is very pleasant and one or both of the owner's have always been there, which I think is key in smaller brewery's that serve food. I look forward to the day, they come visit me in Wabasha, MN, when I open up Hoppy Girl Brewing Co. I feel the more great nano brewery, micro brewery, brewing companies, brewpubs in the Southeastern Minnesota area the better. Cheers and I look forward to my next visit.

(651) 327-2200

Breweries, Pizza

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Bayside Tap and Steakhouse

1516 Old W Main St
Red Wing, 55066
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Taphouse or not... the steaks here reign supreme. This will be short and sweet...the chef (and I think it was the owner) makes one of the best, most succulent, and perfectly prepared rib-eyes I've had. Very "supper-clubby" atmosphere and menu...basic fare otherwise...but THAT STEAK!! I live in the south metro and will make a special trip just to have this steak!
I didn't have the steak so my review may get better after trying it. The food I did have wasn't great. My companion had the cheeseburger. The flavor was good, but it was overcooked and tough. Would probably have been good if it wasn't so well done (they didn't ask how we wanted it cooked). I had the potato bacon soup and that was terrible. It was basically a giant bowl of thickened milk with some potato chunks dumped in. There was no flavor outside of milk.... No seasoning and no bacon flavor at all.
Excellent steak, cold beer on tap, and friendly service. I frequent the Bayside Steakhouse and Tap House for two reasons: Steak and cold beer on tap. I have enjoyed their Kansas City strip, Top Sirloin and Ribeye. These guys know how to cook a steak to order. They skillfully demonstrate the difference between medium and medium rare. The steaks are brought out to you sizzling with a touch of fresh garlic and drizzled butter. There are few things in life more enjoyable after traveling on the road for work than a tasty steak and a cold draft beer. Cheers to Bayside !!!

(651) 388-1616

Steakhouses

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Jimmy’s Pub

406 Main St
Red Wing, 55066
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Sometimes the stars align perfectly and it all comes together and just feels right. I love the atmosphere of this place. Old world--wood everywhere---funky manly lamps with sheep, pheasants, rams, stained glass with outdoor scenes. Very masculine and cozy with little round tables (my favorite for conversational purposes!) some leather loveseat chairs and little pub chairs. Stellar martini beverages not too shabbily priced at 8.00 a pop. The perfect place to just relax and enjoy some fine libations. There was an amazing live musician the night I was there Dan Mahar was his name and extremely enjoyable and talented. I got to have my chocolate martini with special friends and enjoy some good old tunes like cat stevens, jim croce, wiliie nelson, and many many more. Perfect evening and I cannot wait to go again. Possibly even tonight!
I've been to 'the Jimmy' several times. Jimmy's is located on the top floor of the St. James Hotel. It's decor is English Pub style, old world with lots of wood. The Bar is dark, cozy and comfortable. They have a good tap, bottled beer selection with a large liquor selection, especially Scotch. Light, easy listening music typically on Friday nights. The food is good and is not your typical bar fair. I think they have one of the best burgers in town. Bartenders are great and service was excellent. The menu and more info is located on the Hotel's website.
You come here for the atmosphere and the drinks, food and entertainment add to the experience. The decor is definitely what you imagine fitting for an old English pub with dark wood walls and a bar with a wall of bottles behind the it. Round tables meant for four but pushed together for larger groups. Our group included 9 adults and one 2 year old. The wait staff was quick to help us get situated with the drinks coming quickly. Once we ordered food, it came in a reasonable time with no errors. The burgers and sandwiches were good as was the flatbread and ravioli. The fish and chips was OK. Prices were very reasonable. If you're in Red Wing, you should take the time to visit Jimmy's located in the St. James Hotel right downtown on Main Street.

(651) 388-2846

Pubs

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Hanisch Bakery & Coffee Shop

410 W 3rd St
Red Wing, 55066
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So I have never actually been here, but I had a friend bring me a couple donuts from here. Holy yum. They were delicious and HUGE! I have a thing for fancy donuts with fun toppings, and these were great. I can't wait to go to their store next time I am in Red Wing and get something for myself and oogle at their selection.
I visited a LOT of places during my trip to Red Wing, and this was my favorite. I didn't try their (apparently famous) donuts because I didn't know they were special. I did order a frozen coffee drink and was happy to see that they offer multiple milk alternatives (soy and almond). I ordered a frozen mocha. The espresso shots per perfect, with a deep rich flavor without being burnt. The chocolate was smooth and not chalky at all. I ordered several drinks, to take some back to coworkers, and the barista didn't write anything down, so I had to reiterate the order for each drink. That was annoying, but overall a good experience.
Needed breakfast and goodies on a blazing hot morning after a night at Treasure Island so we headed to nearby Red Wing. We were too full from eating at Bev's to enjoy our donuts right away, but we stopped at Hanisch's for their much-lauded baked goods and had them later. For lunch. The bakery counter area is tight and the place was packed with Saturday morning folks. Some you could tell were regulars - they knew just what they wanted and said so. The rest of us out of towners hemmed and hawed and dawdled but the employees were nice and patient with us. We went pretty traditional... some sprinkles, a glazed twist and a maple glazed cinnamon, but I also had to try the maple donut with bacon for kicks. It was all good and even held up well on our sweltering drive back to the south metro. Fresh, airy and with good toppings. The maple bacon was good, though I realized too late I just don't love cold bacon. But very good!

(651) 388-1589

Bakeries, Coffee & Tea

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Caribou Coffee

726 Main St
Red Wing, 55066
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This place is hit or miss, but if you've got a group of friends, come on a THURSDAY. Thursdays after 10 they have $2 house beers and a decent selection at that. Drink a few, sign up for karaoke, and have yourself a grand old time. The crowd is always a bit of a gamble. Some nights its young 20-somethings coming back from college and others its full of older locals catching the latest football or baseball game.

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The Port Restaurant

406 Main St
Red Wing, 55066
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The Port is an odd duck. First of all, it's buried in the basement of the St. James Hotel. Second of all, it doesn't look like the decor has been altered since the 70s (Classy Euro Steakhouse Iteration?); I seriously expected them to bring us wine in a bottle wrapped in rope. Heavy stone walls, heavy woodwork, brass on everything, hunting prints and historical sepia photos on the wall. Third of all, and despite the above, the food was surprisingly good. Unlike the frozen-in-amber feel of the room, the menu is a very serviceable mix of well executed New American-style offerings. Nothing TOO crazy, but not remotely as stodgy as the environs would suggest. My girlfriend had the short ribs with truffled cauliflower, and I had the pork chop. I think we both could have gone for several of the other entrees, really (the "beggar's purse" looked intriguing), which is always a nice sign. Of the two, I preferred her ribs, but both dishes were solid. My only real quibble with my pork chop was that it didn't really come with a sauce or pureed item, and the contrast between grilled meat and lightly dressed greens was too wide a gap. But the chop was perfectly cooked, and the other items were well seasoned and presented; I'm a stickler for precision in dicing, and was very pleased with my teeny cubes of apple. Both entrees were moderately sized, too; somewhere in between pretentiously wee (a frequent larger city failing) and "reassuringly" massive (typical in smaller town fine dining places that don't want to scare people away). Girlfriend enjoyed her specialty cocktail, and we both liked my "mocktail" quite a bit. It was definitely more than just your typical "umm, throw some fruit juice in some soda water" afterthought. Our starter was not bad, but not memorable. And our desserts were kind of meh, too. But our server was pleasant and willing to entertain our dumb tourist questions. Overall, the Port is a pleasant and refreshing surprise. Red Wing is a charming place, but -- at least based on our experiences over a couple of visits -- the food there rarely aspires to anything higher than mediocre pizza. It's hands-down the best place we've eaten at in the immediate area, and certainly much better than the Veranda restaurant, upstairs. Which is kind of strange, since both operate out of the same hotel, and presumably share some management and cooking staff. If you are looking for a higher-end dining experience in Red Wing, this is the spot, and it's a pretty good one.
Awesome food, cocktails, and great service. The atmosphere is quiet and simple and romantic. We have been here a couple times with different menus and each time the food is delicious.
Came here for our 10 Year anniversary dinner and I was disappointed. Yes it was fancy however I didn't find it romantic and the food was mediocre and not worth the price.

(651) 388-2846

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Randys Restaurant

709 Main St
Red Wing, 55066
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Love this place. Get the large salad bar with chicken. Can't beat it. Super fresh ingredients at the salad bar and The Best Homemade Traditional Ranch Dressing. I have enjoyed everything I bought there, fried chicken, delicious and HOT soup, that's a plus from my perspective, hate hot foods served luke warm. Young workers are helpful and sweet, smiling, happy, helpful. Great when you need something or ask for help. Heard mixed reviews but totally disagree.
Always good food in a town that has very few good places to get a decent burger. Decent breakfast,
Got to say, when it is 10 below, that piping hot Soup really hits the spot.

(651) 388-1551

American (Traditional)

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