Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Wok in the Park was recently reviewed by the Twin Cities publication, who praised it as a very kid-friendly location.
St. Louis Park's very own Wok in the Park got some attention by way of The Heavy Table this week, who reviewed the Asian bistro as a very kid-friendly restaurant. The main thrust of the piece is how kid-friendly Wok in the Park is, with reviewer Tricia Cornell noting the SLP restaurant is a fantastic place to get picky, young eaters to try some new foods: So, take the kids? Heck, yeah, take the kids. Take somebody else’s kids. Take all the kids you can get your hands on. Wok in the Park is a great place to move beyond rice. The review wasn't all gushing—some criticism was aimed at the various stir-fry sauces—but Wok in the Park earned quite a bit of praise from the foodie publication. If nothing else, the reviewer said it's a great place …
Monday, July 9, 2012
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Friday, June 15, 2012
Eaten at this St. Louis Park Indian restaurant? Post a rating and a review on Patch.
Monday, May 28, 2012
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Thursday, May 3, 2012
What do you think about this Chinese restaurant in St. Louis Park? Post a review now.
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
We want to hear what you think of this intergalactic diner in St. Louis Park.
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
How's the food? What's the bar scene like at night? Rate and review Toby Keith's on Patch.
Monday, March 19, 2012
Tell us what you think of this St. Louis Park restaurant, which features Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese foods.
Friday, August 5, 2011
Classy Italian fare, some at bargain prices
Sooner or later, we all go to the Mall of America. Perhaps later than sooner, we've tried all the MOA restaurants and crave a new dining experience. You'll get that by taking a quick trip south, across Killebrew Drive, to the latest restaurant up to bat, RedRossa Italian Grille, attached to the updated Bloomington Best Western Hotel. If you're a penny pincher, take note that daily Happy Hours—3 to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. to close—offer nibbles and beverages as inexpensive as three bucks. For that you can try Italian nachos, mini-bruschetta (my favorite) and draft beer or wine. A dollar or two more buys even more classy appetizers and drinks. My picks from a tasting during opening week in July were sausage and peppers pizza atop crispy, delicate …