Urban Sub

5621 Wayzata Blvd
St Louis Park, 55416
Reviews:
Fast and FRESH, everything from the bread to soup to desserts are made in house. Amazing menu, it all looks so good. I tried the grilled cheese and it was wonderful. Nice crust on the outside, gooey flavorful inside. The staff was very friendly and engaged. They have a pretty generous delivery area, too. Will definitely return.
Apparently I'm a dissenting opinion here. I thought the staff was great and the food was adequate. I had the blue roast beef with bacon, with a brownie and blood orange soda. The taste was fine, but for a $10 sandwich I know about 10+ better options for my money. I'll give it another shot and try some different items, though I have to stick with the 3-star rating for now.
Went here for the first time tonight and it was absolutely fantastic! The staff were fabulous as well! Delicious food and great service, everything you want when dinning out. 100%! Definitely going back!

(952) 300-2551

Sandwiches, Fast Food

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Cub Foods

3620 Texas Ave S
St Louis Park, 55426
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I switch off between 3 grocery stores in the area; Cub, Rainbow and SuperT. Each location has something that the others don't, so I have not committed to one store yet. My main complaint with this store is the lay-out. It annoys me that I need to weave through the produce section before I can get to the main area of the store. Most annoying of all is that their frozen foods and dairy is in the middle of the store. It's second nature to shop where you're guided, and I usually start turning down the cheese/dairy aisle after rounding the corner of the deli. I wish they'd install a big stop sign: "Proceed directly to rear wall of the store. Do not pass cheese, do not collect milk or frozen veggies." I hate shopping through their lay-out while the cold food gets warm. So now it's my own personal detour, but I wish I didn't feel like they were tricking me. Also: maybe I happen to go at strange times, but there is always some sort of drama or creepers in this store that I don't see at Knollwood SuperT or WestEnd Rainbow.
This is the best Cub in MN. Due to its location in St. Jew Park they got a pretty sizable kosher section. Furthermore, they also have a good organic section. And I do like their deli. Chicken wings are awesome!!! The lady who works at the meat counter is so genuinely happy and willing to help with your brisket and pastrami choices. It is also very clean and stocked well. Im a fan. I love my Cub.
It had been since -- uh, I don't know -- decades (yes, that's with an S) since I'd been to Cub. But as we are sick of paying high Byerly's prices when we are purchasing the "preservative" type foods, we decided to check out this Cub. What a lovely surprise! I'd anticipated a packed, dingy overall icky spot and we had a lovely time. And, they are open 24 hours a day!!! I wonder if that includes Thanksgiving since I always seem to need something last minute Turkey Day. Conclusion? This isn't the Cub I grew up with. I'll definitely be back (and can't wait to score some great deals!).

(952) 938-5959

Grocery

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Best of India Indian Restaurant

8120 Minnetonka Blvd
St Louis Park, 55426
Reviews:
Very disappointing. The low number of Indian patrons at this place (despite this being one of the neighborhoods of the metro with a large Indian population) shows the quality of the food.
Maybe it's just that I've gotten used to the Americanized versions of Indian cuisine but I can't say that I was terribly impressed with the food here. I've been to a few Indian food buffets across the cities and this restaurant has the standard dishes served at most of them. Everything I had was really flavorful; although the chicken in the curry was still left on the bone and didn't have much meat on it. The tandoori chicken was also a little dry but decent. My favorite part of lunch was actually finishing the meal with their rice pudding (kheer).
Decidedly subpar Indian buffet that is priced way too high for the crap you get. Options are limited and not very tasty. The buffet is close to the kitchen and the general age/wear-and-tear in that area made me afraid to see what the kitchen must look like. They do a great job of refilling your water every five seconds, and also slamming the glasses down violently on the table after doing so. And reaching across your table while you're eating to adjust the thermostat. Won't be back.

(952) 935-2320

Indian

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Little Caesars Pizza

7250 Cedar Lake Rd
St Louis Park, 55426
Reviews:
They are always nice and the pizza tastes good for post-bar drinking parties! Thank you!
What can 5 bucks buy anymore? I'm here to tell you that 5 bucks can buy happiness...in the form of a Little Ceasar's Large Cheese Pizza. With ample REAL cheese (it says so on the box), sweet tomato sauce, and doughy-chewy crust...this pizza just gets better and better as I get further away from the college years I medicated my post-binge morning hang-overs with cold slices of these delectable pies. Hot, ready, and waiting for you to buy it for 5 bucks on your drive home from work...you can get either Cheese or Pepperoni pizzas ready to go...no waiting. If you have to wait, you get an order of Crazy Bread for free. What is Crazy Bread, you ask? 8 strips of warm bread topped with butter and garlic to calm the hungry stomache ache from a long day at work on your drive home...save some for your significant other...or you might be in the dog house. The service is fast, friendly, and well worth the Lincoln it will set you back. You may wind up with a morning snack of leftover pizza for your trip to work the next day...sounds good to me!
I am a snob. A pizza snob. But not just an ordinary snob... A gluten free pain in the butt pizza snob extraordinaire! However, I happen to have not so snobbish, pizza gobbling gremlins in my household who love to snag a hot and ready from the Ceasar from time to time. Nice thing is it is truly fast food. You walk in, order, swipe the plastic, and are out in 180 seconds flat. But get this, their price structure has changed a bit. Now you can only get cheese or pepperoni for $5, or sausage for $6. Buuuut..., it turns out they also have a new meat trio pizza. So, being the meat loving mom I am, I plopped down my plastic and spent the eight whole dollars for what turned out to me my torture! Remember, I am a pizza snob. Remember, I don't eat gluten. So, no sooner than the car doors are closed, I smell the pizza wafting through the car...and it smelled good! I mean really good! In fact, my stomach started to growl, and I was almost a bit disappointed I wasn't going to be trying out my box o' meat pizza! Turned out that the third meat was bacon!!! Well, I'll be darned! Just goes to show you that bacon really does make everything better! I can't think of much else that would lure me into thinking I would even want to try a big box pizza! In the end, I never did try the pizza, but the boy child said it was good, and with bacon, how could it not be?

(763) 269-8143

Pizza

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The Loop at West End

5331 W 16th St
St Louis Park, 55416
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I had lunch there with some coworkers. Everyone enjoyed their food and the service was fast. I had the salmon rice dish. It was very good. I like lemonade (theirs is a little on the sweet side) and the waiter refilled my glass twice, even before I was done. Overall, the service was above average! The decor is very open with wood and a large bar. Like all places, hard surfaces, so kind of loud in there... I will go back..
Solid option in this new, and developing commercial district. Cool, open vibe. A number of large screen TVs. We had a decent-sized group of 7, and the large booths accommodated, smartly. This was a lunch-time visit. Service was quick, attentive, and friendly. Food was a-ok. I went with an Asian chicken salad. I think that might have been the weak dish, at our group. No real seasoning. Sort of shredded ice berg lettuce. Chicken was soft but dry ... can't call it tender if it's dry. The risotto and scallops looked pretty good, though. Next time, I'd probably go for a burger, or something like that.
I would skip The Loop for brunch. Other meals it s great, but eggs, hash browns and hollandaise seem to befuddle the kitchen. I will admit hash browns make or break brunch for me and The Loop has about the worse hash browns in the Twin Cities -- mushy, not crispy, and tasteless. The second time I was there I even asked them to prepare them extra crispy to see if that would help. Nope. My wife struggled with their gelatinous hollandaise while I struggled with the velvetta like cheese sauce on the chilaquiles. For lunch or dinner it's the place in the West End we go thanks to its great outdoor seating. But brunch? Meh!

(952) 681-2684

Bars, Breakfast & Brunch

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Domino’s Pizza

5551 W Lake St
St Louis Park, 55416
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Super speedy deliveries and very friendly drivers. Thanks Dominos!
I ordered an extra large half pepperoni half cheese NY style pizza online for delivery. We were quoted 23-33 minutes for delivery, the pizza finally arrived after over 50 minutes. Their online "pizza tracker" claimed that our pizza had been delivered over ten minutes before we actually received our food. We were never offered plates or napkins, which was pretty inconvenient since we're in an office. The pizza was cold, and cut VERY crooked. After all of that, the flavor was mediocre at best. Over all, seriously unimpressed. We will definitely be going with Papa John's or Pizza Luce from now on!
Placed an order for delivery, they called over a half hour later saying a much larger order came in and that they would cancel my order because my order was for a single pizza. I talked to Bob and he said they dont know how to refund my money and would "eventually get to it." Im not impressed. Had to come down to get them to refund my money. Morons. Please shut this location down.

(952) 926-5422

Pizza, Chicken Wings, Sandwiches

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Galaxy Drive-In

3712 Quebec Ave S
St Louis Park, 55426
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Finally Galaxie, which has taken over Wagner's Drive-In, is here. It is clear that lots of money was spent to freshen up the place. However, in an effort to start earning back the investment, the place rushed to open. Kitchen and wait staff lack training and experience to service the eager crowd. On a weeknight, turnaround of a hamburger and hot dog is over one hour, much longer than acceptable for the clientele, many with small children. Bills are waived, gift certifcates promised, scribbling addresses to mail these to between lines on the new menus. The history of Wagner's still lives though, and the place deserves another chance later this summer.
Raw Chicken... Galaxy Drive In is the completely remodeled former Wagner's Drive In. The feel of the old Wagner's is completely gone. This may be good or bad depending on your point of view. I will let you be the judge of that. I have eaten there twice since they opened on 7/13/09. The first time was by myself at car service and the second time was with my 4 year old daughter at counter service. The burger and philly cheese steak I ate were good. The fries and cheese curds were tasty but definitely not hot enough. My daughter had the RAW chicken tenders. I definitely don't recommend these. (To be fair the one I tasted was cooked.) Hopefully her stomach will deal with the raw chicken that she ate before I noticed the problem. I promptly discussed the situation with a manager who refunded my money and offered my daughter an ice cream cone. Her explanation was that they had only been open a couple of days and were still working things out. This is a poor excuse for being served raw food. The new owner of the Galaxy Drive In has been in the restaurant business for years. He & his staff should know how to fry a chicken tender. They have actually been open for over a week serving to staff, friends and test groups but still haven't figured out how to cook a piece of chicken. I personally recommend waiting for them to get the kinks worked out.
I personally liked the Drive-In. It was a nice summer day and the place was packed as was all the parking on the street around it. When we pulled in a girl on skates took us to a "drive up" spot. We did wait a while which I thought was due to the amount of people. I ordered the Philly Cheese Steak and a Diet Cherry Coke. Matt ordered the root beer which was served in a glass mug - that didn't fit in the cupholders. A bit complicated for the Ford Focus and the lack of "table" space in the car. Eating was messy the food was very hott for the paper containers and was hard to hold. I ended up using a fork and knife for my meal. It did take a while for the check and the waitress seemed pretty uninterested in her job and customer service. She had no expression what -so-ever. Here is a funny tidbit - The Men's bathroom had a wierd self-locking device or an invisible alien in the bathroom - take your pick. Where our car was parked we could watch this happen each time. So when someone tried to use the bathroom it was locked (with no on in it) and they had to track down a manager or someone to re-open it. Very odd.

(952) 277-7777

Burgers

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Panera Bread

5680 Cedar Lake Road
St Louis Park, 55416
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Stopped in for a quick breakfast. The food is what you would expect at any other Panera - good (not great) and consistent (for those who don't like surprises). I had the 4 cheese soufflé and a latte. It hit the spot.
Food is fine for what it is, but NOT for the money. I cannot believe that I paid $10 for a half panini and cup of soup. The complimentary water cups are dixie cup sized, forcing you to refill a dozen times. I would honestly rather go to Arby's and get one of their market fresh sandwiches for half the price!
Very frustrating. We got several lunch combos with soup + pasta to go and it wasn't until we got home that we realized they messed up our order. Unfortunately with two hungry kids and being 15 minutes away we couldn't go back and replace it yet again. One of the combos we requested was French onion soup + butternut squash ravioli. Instead we were given buttered noodles + butternut squash soup. Could have easily made this at home. Won't go back to this location ever again, was our first time there yesterday too!

(952) 417-9709

Sandwiches, Salad, Soup

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Park Tavern

3401 Louisiana Ave S
St Louis Park, 55426
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(952) 929-6810

Bowling, Bars, American (Traditional)

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Bonefish Grill

1607 West End Blvd
St Louis Park, 55416
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(952) 746-4058

Seafood

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