Fare: I love French cuisine! The rack of lamb here was extraordinary! I loved every single bite and wished it was bigger so that's I could have leftovers to take home. French food is generally served in small portions, and I like that they focus on quality and not quantity. I also loved the bread that came at the start of our meal. It's very romantic too- love the candles on the table.
Price: Expensive, but that's why you come here on a date- so you can order the most expensive thing on the menu and he can pay :)
Fare: A perfect place to come for a glass of wine after work. It's a very chill and low-key place.
Prices: Wednesdays they have $5 appitizers, which is my favorite thing- Happy Hour!
Fare: Authentic persian food! I love the dolmas here! They are an acquired taste, but my best friend always used to make them and so they grew on me. The decor is perfect, and makes you feel like you are nowhere near the twin cities.
Price: Reasonable, eat a full meal for about $20
Fare: This is my uncle's favorite place to get Italian grub- he really likes the spicy tomato pasta dish. I've tried both the alfredo and the cheese raviolis here and I think they are sub-par. I go to a place because they can make things that I can't- and I feel like I can totally make something like this at home in my own kitchen.
Price: Like i said, I think I could make this myself, so I think it's overpriced.
Fare: Avoid the lasagna- it was pretty bad and honestly did not taste that different than the stoffer's frozen kind. Maybe I had it on a bad day? Things other people ordered looked great, and the garlic bread, which I am a huge fan of, was good.
Prices: Not too, bad, I think my lasagna was under $10
Fare: I've been past this place many times without stopping in and I'm glad that we decided to come for lunch one day. I was pleasantly surprised by the simple-sounding pasta with marinara sauce. It was very flavorful! With a little parmesan it was a perfect lunch! The bread is also very yummy, ask for balsamic to dip in it.
Price: Totally fair- under $10 for a great lunch!
Fare: As the name states, this is some FAST food. It is cleary made with that in mind and uses a ton of oil and cheese to compensate for quality ingrediants and flavor. It's alright if you are in a hurry and would rather have a bowl of pasta and garlic bread than a burger. The pizza is decent too.
Price: Cheap, and there are several "special" you can get that includes drinks, salad, etc.
i've come here many a time to get cards for my family, friends, and co-workers. They have a great selection and I can always find something suitable for the person I am purchasing for- whether it be a hilarious card, a sentimental card, or a cute stationary set.
Fare: You can tell that this Greek food is very promising and tries to be authentic yet is caught up in the dilema that it makst take on the identity of "fast food." The gyros here are HUGE and easily make 2 meals, but, alas, they are way greasier than they need to be. Other than that this is a great fast-food alternative over a burger joint.
Prices: Low! Gyros are about $7
Fare: I had a tuna melt here, and it was good, nothing too crazy or any valid reason for me to come back again. I would like to try one of their salads, as my friend got one and it looked good. It's a cute place to come and relax, and everyone is very friendly and did not try to rush us out even though there were clearly a lot of people waiting to eat lunch.
Price: well-priced, $10 for a sandwich with french fries and a drink.