Coon Rapids is a northern suburb of Minneapolis, and is the largest city in Anoka County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 61,476 at the 2010 census, making it the thirteenth largest city in Minnesota and the seventh largest Twin Cities suburb.
Things to do in Coon Rapids
4.5 based on 108 reviews
We reserved a 5:30 table for two couples on a Friday night. Our waiter, Scott, was absolutely wonderful. The menu is mid-priced with lots of variety in both traditional Americanized Italian food and authentic, less pasta based Italian meals. They offered many specials, the only down side was the price of each was not given to us. Their seafood chowder was fantastic. Shrimp scampi, chicken parmesan, lobster ravioli and pollo Saltimbocca were the entrees that we ordered and they were all delicious. The portions are nicely sized, but not overwhelming huge. The atmosphere is small and quaint and perfect for a special evening out. They take reservations and I would recommend making them as this is not a huge restaurant. This was our third time dining there and the first for the couple we were with and we all just had a wonderful meal and evening out. They have a full service bar, a nice wine lists and a nice variety of bottled beers.
4 based on 257 reviews
Went on a Wednesday our Anniversary thinking wouldn't be that busy and it so busy waited 30 minutes but ended up to be worth the wait. Let's start with our server. She was at our table right away and,after telling her it was Anniversary she said she was a newlywed and hoped she would be married that long. Suggested a drink that was so good and brought us a blooming onion to start the celebration. I ordered sirlion and husband the ribs and shared so we could try both. The food was served steaming hot steak perfectly cooked and ribs very tender. Our server checked back on us making sure our food was good and drinks were full. When we finished she brought us a sundae to share too! I have to say we will be back and asking for Courtney again.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
Not normally what I would look for sushi in a small town, but it is really really good. Highly recommend the Devil Roll. Yum! As well, they have a happy hour menu from 2-5 pm I believe. Great pricing.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
Festive and cheery, larger than I thought and quite busy. Attractive bar and decor. Sushi station. Full, interesting menu. Had great, flavorful food. Quite spicy so be careful. They do ask you how you want your food, on a scale of 1-5, but I think the food already starts at about a 2.5. I know people love spicy but I don't handle it too well. The choices are plentiful and they are very accommodating. They also do classes and will come to your home. There is lots of seating but it can be a little tight. Full bar with lots of specialty drinks.
5 based on 97 reviews
Bakery/cafe, Using only natural and organic ingredients, cane sugar, real butter. No artificial coloring or flavorings. We use natural plant-based colorings if needed.
We liked this place for the friendliness of the staff and for how delicious the food was. We weren't there for lunch, but the lunch options looked really good. All homemade pastries, great flavors. Loved everything we tried.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
We were a table of 5 and each of us had an excellent meal. We were treated to their Cajun Shrimp & Grits, the Swedish Meatballs, the Shrimp Fra Diavolo, their pork chop and their special, grilled swordfish. I also had their French Creme Brulee and their Chocolate Bourbon teas. The server was very personable and enjoyed her job. We had a marvelous time and hope to return soon for their tea service. I would recommend this restaurant without hesitation!
4 based on 73 reviews
It's ok for a sports bar restaurant - food was average and service was slightly above average! The noise level is a bit much for my liking! People seem to enjoy it for drinks and socializing!
4 based on 218 reviews
Family went there tonight for dinner. Third time there and had good experiences both times. Unfortunately my wife’s fish and chips were cold and my brother in laws corned beef did not have any cheese on it. Seems like they were overwhelmed or short staffed.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
Sunday brunch for the family. Busy (it always seems so), great breakfast - one order will easily feed two, very family oriented, many local diners, everyone knows everyone else including the wait staff. Adequate parking. This is a 'happy time' for family or couples. Very casual, relaxed setting. Fast service. Frequent place for family eating any time of the day. Large helping of food. It helps to be hungry.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
Relaxed cafe dining atmosphere - meaning tables and chairs, no couches. They have decent espresso drinks and self serve coffee. Good place to set up a a laptop, next to the window and people watch as your work. Reasonable prices. Great breakfast, cafe style (ie. Frittadas and quiches) - the Denver Frittada was quite good! Parking in front of the building is only 2 hours so keep that in mind. And of course - amazing desserts, the owner has won awards for her concoctions and they are not to be ignored. Friendly service. I'd definitely go back.
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