Redstone American Grill

★★★★☆
  • 8000 Eden Rd

    Eden Prairie, MN 55344

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  • 952-903-9500

About Redstone American Grill

Hours
Mon. - Wed. 11am - 10pm;Thu. - Sat. 11am - 12pm;Sun. 10am - 10pm

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Went for a special Mother's Day dinner. Redstone is NOT special anymore, at least not for us. Sea Bass was excellent but every other entree (three different steaks) were way sub-par. The dinneres took quite some time to arrive so it may be

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★★★★★

Went for a special Mother's Day dinner. Redstone is NOT special anymore, at least not for us. Sea Bass was excellent but every other entree (three different steaks) were way sub-par. The dinneres took quite some time to arrive so it may be

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Great Food! Excellent, Polite workers!

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★★★★★

Great Food! Excellent, Polite workers!

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Arriving and seeing what looks to be happy couples leaving gives the reassurance that the Red Stone is an upscale establishment only to find that it's nothing more than a pick up spot for hopefully divorced and midlife crisis people. I had

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★★★★★

Arriving and seeing what looks to be happy couples leaving gives the reassurance that the Red Stone is an upscale establishment only to find that it's nothing more than a pick up spot for hopefully divorced and midlife crisis people. I had

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Redstone has become our all time favorite restaurant. My husband and I eat our numerous times during the week and Redstone is one our list no less than twice during that time. The staff is very warm and friendly....we get hugs and smiles from them all and they remember our names.

Their homemade soups are awesome with a new and unique soup scheduled for each day of the week. Our favorite is Thursdays Cream of Wild Mushroom with Brandy, followed close by Fridays Corn Chowder with Shrimp.

Everything we have tried there (almost the entire menu) has been out-of-this-world. We have never been disappointed and my husband was a world traveler and has a large knowledge of good food (and bad).
Loveya, Redstone!

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★★★★★

Redstone has become our all time favorite restaurant. My husband and I eat our numerous times during the week and Redstone is one our list no less than twice during that time. The staff is very warm and friendly....we get hugs and smiles from them all and they remember our names.

Their homemade soups are awesome with a new and unique soup scheduled for each day of the week. Our favorite is Thursdays Cream of Wild Mushroom with Brandy, followed close by Fridays Corn Chowder with Shrimp.

Everything we have tried there (almost the entire menu) has been out-of-this-world. We have never been disappointed and my husband was a world traveler and has a large knowledge of good food (and bad).
Loveya, Redstone!

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The service was excellent. Everyone was warm and friendly and VERY professional. The food was amazing. Great presentation and so yummy! I had the Sea Bass. It came to me piping hot and the absolute best. My husband had the ribs and still can't not stop raving about them! I can not wait to go back. It was a perfectly wonderful experience. Thank you Redstone!

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★★★★★

The service was excellent. Everyone was warm and friendly and VERY professional. The food was amazing. Great presentation and so yummy! I had the Sea Bass. It came to me piping hot and the absolute best. My husband had the ribs and still can't not stop raving about them! I can not wait to go back. It was a perfectly wonderful experience. Thank you Redstone!

Pros: i felt like i was walking into a friends home

Cons: loved every thing

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We have visited a few times in the past month. The bartenders always seem to busy in their own conversations. I am so tired of always getting hit on by the bar staff. My girl friend and I just want to sit and have a drink after work.

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★☆☆☆☆

We have visited a few times in the past month. The bartenders always seem to busy in their own conversations. I am so tired of always getting hit on by the bar staff. My girl friend and I just want to sit and have a drink after work.

Pros: Nice location

Cons: Bartenders

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Redstone has great food. I feel that it is one of the few restaurants where you actually get what you paid for. Although it is a very noisy restaurant, the food and the desserts make up for it. I would highly recommend going for the desserts alone. Their Banana Cream Pie and Key Lime Pie are two I often crave.

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★★★★☆

Redstone has great food. I feel that it is one of the few restaurants where you actually get what you paid for. Although it is a very noisy restaurant, the food and the desserts make up for it. I would highly recommend going for the desserts alone. Their Banana Cream Pie and Key Lime Pie are two I often crave.

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It is one of the few places in Eden Prairie that you can bring your wife to dance and have fun. The crowd is sometimes a bit crazy but people watching is half the fun.

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★★★★☆

It is one of the few places in Eden Prairie that you can bring your wife to dance and have fun. The crowd is sometimes a bit crazy but people watching is half the fun.

Pros: Good Food, Great Atmosphere, Great Outdoor area

Cons: It can be expensive and crowded

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Just a typical over the top restaurant with expensive items on the menu and a very expensive drink menu. Not impressed. I'm especially not impressed with the management and their unloyalty to their employees.

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★☆☆☆☆

Just a typical over the top restaurant with expensive items on the menu and a very expensive drink menu. Not impressed. I'm especially not impressed with the management and their unloyalty to their employees.

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This place is awesome! I love their buffalo shrimp and have dined there several times and have never been disappointed! Their service is great too as well as the environment of the restaurant! Thursday nights are always fun to go there with a date or your girls! The patio during the summer is beautiful!

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★★★★★

This place is awesome! I love their buffalo shrimp and have dined there several times and have never been disappointed! Their service is great too as well as the environment of the restaurant! Thursday nights are always fun to go there with a date or your girls! The patio during the summer is beautiful!

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this is one of my favorite places to get a great meal. the price is a bit high, but with all of the open flame cooking, the atmosphere almost makes up for it.

4
★★★★☆

this is one of my favorite places to get a great meal. the price is a bit high, but with all of the open flame cooking, the atmosphere almost makes up for it.

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This place was amazing. the bar area is really well decorated and the kitchen is amazing. you can see back to where they are roasting your food over an open flame. The chicken is all roasted on a rotisserie and you can see that too. the price is high but worth the food makes up for it.

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★★★★☆

This place was amazing. the bar area is really well decorated and the kitchen is amazing. you can see back to where they are roasting your food over an open flame. The chicken is all roasted on a rotisserie and you can see that too. the price is high but worth the food makes up for it.

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Went there for first time last Saturday and from all of the good things that I heard, my expectations were met. The outdoor patio bar was excellent. Must try the fondue appetizer..excellent. I wouldn't reccommend the burgers, but chicken dishes are worth every penny...tender and seasoned just right!

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★★★★☆

Went there for first time last Saturday and from all of the good things that I heard, my expectations were met. The outdoor patio bar was excellent. Must try the fondue appetizer..excellent. I wouldn't reccommend the burgers, but chicken dishes are worth every penny...tender and seasoned just right!

Pros: Music, people, ambience

Cons: burgers, bottle size of Moscato(very small)

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High marks for their attention to detail - service, food, spotless! I think Redstone (not Red Stone) is one of the most consistent restaurants in the Twin Cities - they have it figured out. I would recommend reservations if you plan to go on a weekday lunch or weekend night, they tend to get packed. Their "Seared Ahi Tunu" is one of the best appetizers in all of the food world - they sear the tuna (then chill it) and present it beautifully on a long platter with excellent sauce. Their "Lodge Cornbread" is prepared in a cast-iron skillet and brought to the table with some sort of magical maple-flavored butter - yum! They also do a really nice job with their chicken, served skin-on like from a carving station. Drinks on the patio with their mini-Bellagio water fountains is Minnesota Summer at its finest!

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★★★★★

High marks for their attention to detail - service, food, spotless! I think Redstone (not Red Stone) is one of the most consistent restaurants in the Twin Cities - they have it figured out. I would recommend reservations if you plan to go on a weekday lunch or weekend night, they tend to get packed. Their "Seared Ahi Tunu" is one of the best appetizers in all of the food world - they sear the tuna (then chill it) and present it beautifully on a long platter with excellent sauce. Their "Lodge Cornbread" is prepared in a cast-iron skillet and brought to the table with some sort of magical maple-flavored butter - yum! They also do a really nice job with their chicken, served skin-on like from a carving station. Drinks on the patio with their mini-Bellagio water fountains is Minnesota Summer at its finest!

Pros: Great food, friendly service, spotless restaurant - everything!

Cons: (none)

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The atmosphere at Redstone is the only reason we go- and we're there usually twice a month because there are so few choices out here in the 'burbs. What is it in Minnesota that there's nada for decent dining in the suburbs- other cities are not this way.

Redstone has beautiful landscaping and patio. The bar is huge and cozy. The service is usually very good with some exceptions. Their Sunday brunch is wonderful.

The food though- boy. The menu is so boring and so 1998 Tomato, Basil, Mozarella Pizzas, Ahi Tuna, Buffalo Shrimp-- then there's the TGI Fridays-worthy Calamari and Artichoke Spinach Dip. Main dishes feature-Steak, Chicken, Porkchops. They've narrowed their menu down more in the last couple months (in anticipation of expansion?) which made it even worse. They used to have a perfect salmon, capers, boiled egg plate that was divine with a Martini- it's gone now. The salads are boring, their sides are boring and their mashed potatoes have changed for the worse too. They never do anything seasonal- it's a winter menu year-round.

Then there's the pricing-$42 for a steak? I mean seriously. You're not Mortons quality no way, no how. And I've have two occassions where it's been cooked completely wrong- an unforgivable sin for a steak place. How bout some lamb? Some game? Some unique northern regional cuisine for the masses? Check out some of menus at the fantastic places in Beavercreek, CO- copy them. With two new high-end chain steak places coming into Eden Prairie on top of Wildfire- Redstone better think quick and define itself with some unique Minnesota tastes to keep it's clientle coming back. Otherwise consider yourself a high-end Champps.

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★★★☆☆

The atmosphere at Redstone is the only reason we go- and we're there usually twice a month because there are so few choices out here in the 'burbs. What is it in Minnesota that there's nada for decent dining in the suburbs- other cities are not this way.

Redstone has beautiful landscaping and patio. The bar is huge and cozy. The service is usually very good with some exceptions. Their Sunday brunch is wonderful.

The food though- boy. The menu is so boring and so 1998 Tomato, Basil, Mozarella Pizzas, Ahi Tuna, Buffalo Shrimp-- then there's the TGI Fridays-worthy Calamari and Artichoke Spinach Dip. Main dishes feature-Steak, Chicken, Porkchops. They've narrowed their menu down more in the last couple months (in anticipation of expansion?) which made it even worse. They used to have a perfect salmon, capers, boiled egg plate that was divine with a Martini- it's gone now. The salads are boring, their sides are boring and their mashed potatoes have changed for the worse too. They never do anything seasonal- it's a winter menu year-round.

Then there's the pricing-$42 for a steak? I mean seriously. You're not Mortons quality no way, no how. And I've have two occassions where it's been cooked completely wrong- an unforgivable sin for a steak place. How bout some lamb? Some game? Some unique northern regional cuisine for the masses? Check out some of menus at the fantastic places in Beavercreek, CO- copy them. With two new high-end chain steak places coming into Eden Prairie on top of Wildfire- Redstone better think quick and define itself with some unique Minnesota tastes to keep it's clientle coming back. Otherwise consider yourself a high-end Champps.

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Wow! I would write a review but we are unable to go to this restaurant. On any day of the year - to have a restaurant make a mistake - Mother's Day would be the worst. "Unable to accomodate the reservation" is completely unacceptable. To find out the Tuesday before Mother's Day that your reservation can not be accomodated and would need to split up is a major dissappointment. To say that "I am handling the reservations personally" is an even bigger mistake when obviously this is not true. Luckily the restaurants that I have worked for have taken care of any mistakes - especially if they were 100% ours!! Good luck in all that you do - you will need it.

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★☆☆☆☆

Wow! I would write a review but we are unable to go to this restaurant. On any day of the year - to have a restaurant make a mistake - Mother's Day would be the worst. "Unable to accomodate the reservation" is completely unacceptable. To find out the Tuesday before Mother's Day that your reservation can not be accomodated and would need to split up is a major dissappointment. To say that "I am handling the reservations personally" is an even bigger mistake when obviously this is not true. Luckily the restaurants that I have worked for have taken care of any mistakes - especially if they were 100% ours!! Good luck in all that you do - you will need it.

Cons: Nothing more to say.

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Based on previous visits, we had come to expect top-notch food and service. Unfortunately, that was not the case. We were assured by phone that they would have no trouble seating us at 6:30. When we arrived, we were advised of a 30-40 minute wait or the possibility of a table at the bar. We accepted the tiny table in the bar area but it was so noisy we weren't able to converse in normal tones. Our waiter was not very attentive and did not follow through with even minor things like water to drink and promising to send someone over to level our wobbly table. The sea bass was good, but didn't compare to the last time I had it. It was drowning in butter (normally I love butter) and the bass and vegetables did not benefit. Their cornbread was also a personal favorite but wasn't nearly as moist, sweet and tasty as the last time. Is there a new chef that has made changes? Has anyone else noticed a change for the worse? Or is it just a matter of being inconsistent?

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★★★☆☆

Based on previous visits, we had come to expect top-notch food and service. Unfortunately, that was not the case. We were assured by phone that they would have no trouble seating us at 6:30. When we arrived, we were advised of a 30-40 minute wait or the possibility of a table at the bar. We accepted the tiny table in the bar area but it was so noisy we weren't able to converse in normal tones. Our waiter was not very attentive and did not follow through with even minor things like water to drink and promising to send someone over to level our wobbly table. The sea bass was good, but didn't compare to the last time I had it. It was drowning in butter (normally I love butter) and the bass and vegetables did not benefit. Their cornbread was also a personal favorite but wasn't nearly as moist, sweet and tasty as the last time. Is there a new chef that has made changes? Has anyone else noticed a change for the worse? Or is it just a matter of being inconsistent?

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Wife and I made rez for 7:30 P.M. a few days earlier. Were told that if 15 minutes late we'd loose the rez - fair enough, for NYE. Table had a 2 hour time limit - fair enough. We arrived early at 6:30 to have a drink and get seated early perhaps. Upon entering, something was really wrong. The foyer and bar was packed elbow-to-elbow. Never saw so many people waiting at a restaurant using rez's. Log-sheet guy said they were 25 minutes behind, but our 7:30 is OK. We couldn't see people leave from our vantage but by 7:45 very few people had been seated. I called Biaggi's nearby. Their wait was 50 minutes, so made a rez as a back-up. We set our limit at 8:00. Moved to the foyer about 7:50 and heard others upset about the long delay with a rez. At 8:00 we were still at least a dozen names away from being called. I handed the notifier back to the attendant, pointed to our name and said we're leaving. He told me that we should get called "pretty quick" - they were running 25 minutes behind. We were already 30 minutes late, I pointed out, with another 15-20 minutes likely. I recapped our situation, he replied "what can I do for you?". I thought - what he can do for me is get me a table within a half hour of my reservation time. Arrived at Biaggi's minutes later and found a near empty foyer, 2 empty seats at the bar to wait on, a much quieter atmosphere, full dining room and were told to expect to be called 10-15 minutes early. Nice. We were called 10 mintes early and had a wonderful dinner. On the way out I told their podium staff about our Redstone experience and the 3 workers said "we hear that all the time". Redstone operates like a grand opening. If this was their first NYE, I can see some schedule problems. How could they be so over booked with those 15 minute late / 2 hour table limit rules? Thinking back, when the attendant asked what he could do for me, I should have asked for the $25 back from the Redstone bar waiting for a reservation.

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★☆☆☆☆

Wife and I made rez for 7:30 P.M. a few days earlier. Were told that if 15 minutes late we'd loose the rez - fair enough, for NYE. Table had a 2 hour time limit - fair enough. We arrived early at 6:30 to have a drink and get seated early perhaps. Upon entering, something was really wrong. The foyer and bar was packed elbow-to-elbow. Never saw so many people waiting at a restaurant using rez's. Log-sheet guy said they were 25 minutes behind, but our 7:30 is OK. We couldn't see people leave from our vantage but by 7:45 very few people had been seated. I called Biaggi's nearby. Their wait was 50 minutes, so made a rez as a back-up. We set our limit at 8:00. Moved to the foyer about 7:50 and heard others upset about the long delay with a rez. At 8:00 we were still at least a dozen names away from being called. I handed the notifier back to the attendant, pointed to our name and said we're leaving. He told me that we should get called "pretty quick" - they were running 25 minutes behind. We were already 30 minutes late, I pointed out, with another 15-20 minutes likely. I recapped our situation, he replied "what can I do for you?". I thought - what he can do for me is get me a table within a half hour of my reservation time. Arrived at Biaggi's minutes later and found a near empty foyer, 2 empty seats at the bar to wait on, a much quieter atmosphere, full dining room and were told to expect to be called 10-15 minutes early. Nice. We were called 10 mintes early and had a wonderful dinner. On the way out I told their podium staff about our Redstone experience and the 3 workers said "we hear that all the time". Redstone operates like a grand opening. If this was their first NYE, I can see some schedule problems. How could they be so over booked with those 15 minute late / 2 hour table limit rules? Thinking back, when the attendant asked what he could do for me, I should have asked for the $25 back from the Redstone bar waiting for a reservation.

Pros: Nice interior

Cons: Poor rez management. Noisy.

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The last two experiences at Redstone have been disasterous. I have been going there for years, and thought the food was good, and service could be good and bad, but generally had a good experience. The 2nd to the last time, both myself and my lunch partner got sick on a salad, and when we called the restaurant to report it, the staff answering the phone was rude and insinuated that they hadn't gotten other complaints, so it must have been another reason. She said she would have a manager call, which never happened. We also met friends there last evening. Our server was relatively new, but nice. We were there for 3 1/2 hours, and had 5 bottles of wine, and extensive appetizers. Our server informed us that her manager would not serve us another bottle of wine, as we had already had enough. There were 5 of us. The manager never showed up to see if we were driving, if anyone was not drinking, etc. etc. When we asked a server, whom we knew, about this, she said it was a result of a new server...and that it wouldn't have happened with her, as the driver was fine. This restaurant is not the only restaurant in town. I can't imagine ever going back. We are adults, respectable family and business people, whose only intent was to get together with friends and have a good time. We had our dessert, coffee, and left. We will never go back. There are other places who want our business and our money. The management needs to get a clue....to not even ask before assuming is unacceptable.

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★☆☆☆☆

The last two experiences at Redstone have been disasterous. I have been going there for years, and thought the food was good, and service could be good and bad, but generally had a good experience. The 2nd to the last time, both myself and my lunch partner got sick on a salad, and when we called the restaurant to report it, the staff answering the phone was rude and insinuated that they hadn't gotten other complaints, so it must have been another reason. She said she would have a manager call, which never happened. We also met friends there last evening. Our server was relatively new, but nice. We were there for 3 1/2 hours, and had 5 bottles of wine, and extensive appetizers. Our server informed us that her manager would not serve us another bottle of wine, as we had already had enough. There were 5 of us. The manager never showed up to see if we were driving, if anyone was not drinking, etc. etc. When we asked a server, whom we knew, about this, she said it was a result of a new server...and that it wouldn't have happened with her, as the driver was fine. This restaurant is not the only restaurant in town. I can't imagine ever going back. We are adults, respectable family and business people, whose only intent was to get together with friends and have a good time. We had our dessert, coffee, and left. We will never go back. There are other places who want our business and our money. The management needs to get a clue....to not even ask before assuming is unacceptable.

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For great food, good company & excellent service, Redstone never fails. I've been to both locations several times but I am truly loyal to EP- I just love the upbeat atmosphere & ever changing crowd. Yesterday a group of 4 of us stopped in for a late night dinner. (That?s another great thing! Kitchen is open late!!!!) We ordered our usual favorites: hot artichoke dip, buffalo shrimp and ahi tuna. For the main course, my fiance and I shared the chicken w/mashed potatoes and asparagus (portions are all large), I've had almost everything off the menu but this dish is ALWAYS fulfilling. My favorite dessert is the chocolate chip sundae w/ice cream which melts in your mouth, It was too bad we had no room for it but it gives me yet another excuse to go back!

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★★★★★

For great food, good company & excellent service, Redstone never fails. I've been to both locations several times but I am truly loyal to EP- I just love the upbeat atmosphere & ever changing crowd. Yesterday a group of 4 of us stopped in for a late night dinner. (That?s another great thing! Kitchen is open late!!!!) We ordered our usual favorites: hot artichoke dip, buffalo shrimp and ahi tuna. For the main course, my fiance and I shared the chicken w/mashed potatoes and asparagus (portions are all large), I've had almost everything off the menu but this dish is ALWAYS fulfilling. My favorite dessert is the chocolate chip sundae w/ice cream which melts in your mouth, It was too bad we had no room for it but it gives me yet another excuse to go back!

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Had to wait 45mins for a table outdoors; not a terrible thing as we had nothing else planned but not being able to reserve is a real pain if you ask me. Menu seemed varied and my wife's tuna was very nice. My steak (crusted blue cheese) was okay but not great; for $35 I was expecting a little better. Desert (banana custard pie) was very nice and simple but needed more bananas. Waitress was good and attentive, staff manning the bar outdoors weren't that friendly.

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★★★★☆

Had to wait 45mins for a table outdoors; not a terrible thing as we had nothing else planned but not being able to reserve is a real pain if you ask me. Menu seemed varied and my wife's tuna was very nice. My steak (crusted blue cheese) was okay but not great; for $35 I was expecting a little better. Desert (banana custard pie) was very nice and simple but needed more bananas. Waitress was good and attentive, staff manning the bar outdoors weren't that friendly.

Pros: Location, decent sized menu

Cons: Price for some items, no reservations

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Called several weeks ago to make a reservation for 6. Was told that they don't take reservations anymore. Arrived at the restaurant at 4:30 on Wednesday, told the hostess that we would be 6 for dinner. We were seated when all of us arrived but were told that a table that we requested was reserved(!!) so we couldn't have it. We were led to another table and told that a group was arriving at 7:15 for this table. WHY COULDN'T WE RESERVE A TABLE WHEN OTHERS COULD??? We were rushed through dinner. A hostess then stopped at the table and asked how much longer we would be before leaving(!). We will never darken the doors of this restaurant again. Beware - there are evidently two classes of customers - one class can make reservations, the other is rushed. By the way, the scalloped potatoes tasted pre-boxed.

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★★☆☆☆

Called several weeks ago to make a reservation for 6. Was told that they don't take reservations anymore. Arrived at the restaurant at 4:30 on Wednesday, told the hostess that we would be 6 for dinner. We were seated when all of us arrived but were told that a table that we requested was reserved(!!) so we couldn't have it. We were led to another table and told that a group was arriving at 7:15 for this table. WHY COULDN'T WE RESERVE A TABLE WHEN OTHERS COULD??? We were rushed through dinner. A hostess then stopped at the table and asked how much longer we would be before leaving(!). We will never darken the doors of this restaurant again. Beware - there are evidently two classes of customers - one class can make reservations, the other is rushed. By the way, the scalloped potatoes tasted pre-boxed.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: Loud music (too loud for conversation), poor PR, poor attitude

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The Redstone menu reflects the eclectic culture of Eden Prairie ... many tastes to appreciate. I have been to the restaurant for social occasions and business luncheons, even interviews. The food was above standard for Minneapolis. The staff makes everyone feel welcome. I am on my way for lunch today in this pleasant suburban venue.

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★★★★☆

The Redstone menu reflects the eclectic culture of Eden Prairie ... many tastes to appreciate. I have been to the restaurant for social occasions and business luncheons, even interviews. The food was above standard for Minneapolis. The staff makes everyone feel welcome. I am on my way for lunch today in this pleasant suburban venue.

Pros: outdoor views, fireplace, quality service

Cons: could close later

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The prices here match those of some of the best restaurants in the Twin Cities, but the food quality falls far short. They seem to be making it on their atmosphere and "trendy" image. Second-tier food at first-tier prices. My mahi-mahi was overcooked and the sauce, while tasty, was overpowering - could have been cod! The waitress was a mile off on the wine pairing and never asked if our food was good. Next time I'll stick to the bar. As with the other reviews, prepare for silicone-enhanced 30- and 40- somethings trying to look good. Their food and service seems to suffer the same failings of a facade too good for its quality on the inside.

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★☆☆☆☆

The prices here match those of some of the best restaurants in the Twin Cities, but the food quality falls far short. They seem to be making it on their atmosphere and "trendy" image. Second-tier food at first-tier prices. My mahi-mahi was overcooked and the sauce, while tasty, was overpowering - could have been cod! The waitress was a mile off on the wine pairing and never asked if our food was good. Next time I'll stick to the bar. As with the other reviews, prepare for silicone-enhanced 30- and 40- somethings trying to look good. Their food and service seems to suffer the same failings of a facade too good for its quality on the inside.

Pros: Interesting atmospher, Good bar/bartenders, appetizers

Cons: Sub-par entrees, Overpriced, Mediocre service

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A dissappointing first (only?) visit. Service was poor, and their attitude was "so what; we've got plenty of business." The evening started with a poorly cleaned table; the service was inattentive and spotty at best with empty water glasses several times going unfilled and the dessert course served without napkins. One of these events could be overlooked, but the combination is annoying. Plus, they offered no non-alcoholic beer or wine -- a sorry disservice to those who choose not to drink or wish to ensure responsible driving. (Their beer truck obviously had been there -- the bar was overflowing with other selections.) Finally, although 2/3 of their desserts are accompanied by vanilla bean ice cream, they had run out of ice cream that night. When I aired our concerns with the manager, her sole, hollow response and recourse was "Oh, I'm sorry. But please come again!" I don't think so.

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★☆☆☆☆

A dissappointing first (only?) visit. Service was poor, and their attitude was "so what; we've got plenty of business." The evening started with a poorly cleaned table; the service was inattentive and spotty at best with empty water glasses several times going unfilled and the dessert course served without napkins. One of these events could be overlooked, but the combination is annoying. Plus, they offered no non-alcoholic beer or wine -- a sorry disservice to those who choose not to drink or wish to ensure responsible driving. (Their beer truck obviously had been there -- the bar was overflowing with other selections.) Finally, although 2/3 of their desserts are accompanied by vanilla bean ice cream, they had run out of ice cream that night. When I aired our concerns with the manager, her sole, hollow response and recourse was "Oh, I'm sorry. But please come again!" I don't think so.

Pros: Solid B+ ribs, Delicious mashed pot., Beautiful fountain

Cons: Poor service, Customer Not Valued, Over-priced

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Suburban nightlife at its worst. Can anyone say boring aristacratic snobbish posers or much simpler champps on steroids.

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★★☆☆☆

Suburban nightlife at its worst. Can anyone say boring aristacratic snobbish posers or much simpler champps on steroids.

Pros: Spreads the coin, Pays the help

Cons: to much $, no class

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My husband and I accidently went there for the first time on sunday after the brunch hour. We ussualy very 'loyal' to Wild Fire. But we want to try something new on that day. We were not dress up at all, but the service still great. We ordered wild mushroom soup, and turn out to be the best soup that I ever had. Since we complimented the soup to the manager, believe it or not they gave us a little bit of taste of the shrimp chowder, and it's awesome. The steaks was juicy, the slaw was different but great and even the french fries was awesome, don't forget to order fresh strawbery lemonede !!!... YOU GOT WHAT YOU PAY FOR THERE !!!

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★★★★★

My husband and I accidently went there for the first time on sunday after the brunch hour. We ussualy very 'loyal' to Wild Fire. But we want to try something new on that day. We were not dress up at all, but the service still great. We ordered wild mushroom soup, and turn out to be the best soup that I ever had. Since we complimented the soup to the manager, believe it or not they gave us a little bit of taste of the shrimp chowder, and it's awesome. The steaks was juicy, the slaw was different but great and even the french fries was awesome, don't forget to order fresh strawbery lemonede !!!... YOU GOT WHAT YOU PAY FOR THERE !!!

Pros: good food, good service, great outdoor dining

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Seven of us celebrated the holidays at Redstone and were more than happy with the food, the service, the music and the people. Thanks Derek! We had a great time! The place looks great for the holidays.

2
★★★★★

Seven of us celebrated the holidays at Redstone and were more than happy with the food, the service, the music and the people. Thanks Derek! We had a great time! The place looks great for the holidays.

Pros: Great Food, Very nice staff

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The Mahi Mahi was out of this world. TOO much food which made for great leftovers. Get there
early or you will wait!!

2
★★★★☆

The Mahi Mahi was out of this world. TOO much food which made for great leftovers. Get there
early or you will wait!!

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do you like hanging out with snobs and people who think they're better than you? Go to Redstone!

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★★★☆☆

do you like hanging out with snobs and people who think they're better than you? Go to Redstone!

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We were pleasantly surprised to be seated outside (get there early) and enjoyed the sun setting. Service is still a little new, but effort is everywhere. We had high expectations and Redstone delivered.

2
★★★★☆

We were pleasantly surprised to be seated outside (get there early) and enjoyed the sun setting. Service is still a little new, but effort is everywhere. We had high expectations and Redstone delivered.

Pros: Atmosphere

Cons: Parking, Wait

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Thursday night is the happening night there. Saw Jacque Jones and Torri Hunter of the Twins last Thursday. The place is packed and they seem to play every song of Michael Jackson's Thriller album, but it is well worth it for the martinis and the people watching.

2
★★★★☆

Thursday night is the happening night there. Saw Jacque Jones and Torri Hunter of the Twins last Thursday. The place is packed and they seem to play every song of Michael Jackson's Thriller album, but it is well worth it for the martinis and the people watching.

Pros: pretty people - Thur

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The atmosphere was very classy-maybe even a little snooty. Don't wear jeans and a t-shirt if you want good service. I loved the fire-roasted chicken and mashed potatoes with garlic. Delicious!

2
★★★★☆

The atmosphere was very classy-maybe even a little snooty. Don't wear jeans and a t-shirt if you want good service. I loved the fire-roasted chicken and mashed potatoes with garlic. Delicious!

Pros: food, ambience, atmosphere

Cons: service

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After several visits, the only things that would keep me away in the future are the long waits for a table, and the selection.

The food is all prepared with an eye toward detail, is delicious, and is served professionally. Depending on your server, you may feel a bit pressured to leave as soon as your meal is complete.

2
★★★★☆

After several visits, the only things that would keep me away in the future are the long waits for a table, and the selection.

The food is all prepared with an eye toward detail, is delicious, and is served professionally. Depending on your server, you may feel a bit pressured to leave as soon as your meal is complete.

Pros: Great Food, Trendy Atmosphere, Professional Staff

Cons: Long Wait, "throughput Pressure", Limited Selection

 

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