Sauk Centre is a city in Stearns County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 4,317 at the 2010 census. It is the birthplace of Sinclair Lewis, a novelist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, and Sauk Centre served as the inspiration for Gopher Prairie, the fictional setting of Lewis's 1920 novel Main Street.
Things to do in Sauk Centre
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Can't say enough how much I enjoyed my afternoon at Jitters! My wife and I came in from Minneapolis to meet a friend so we enjoyed coffee and lunch here and everything was just fantastic.
The coffee: Awesome. I actually liked their Pumpkin Pie Latte better than Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice (and I love Starbucks Pumpkin Spice). I also tried their dark roast, black, and it was also delicious and above other similar coffee shops I have been to.
Lunch was a nice surprise; I tend not to expect much in terms of food quality from coffee shops but this place rocked it. I had Thai Chicken Salad and it was fantastic; my wife had the taco salad and thought it was great as well. Their desserts are heavenly; try to the pumpkin bar if they have it. You won't be disappointed. They also have gluten free options available.
Overall the atmosphere was extremely nice and the service was beyond friendly. It was fun to watch so many people come in and just enjoy themselves at this shop; it was a very nice experience and I'll be sure to return next time I'm in Sauk Centre!
4 based on 9 reviews
This Dairy Queen seems to really skimp on the ingredients in their Blizzards. I feel like they just whip up some vanilla ice cream and put about 1 small scoop of whatever flavoring you asked. I have asked for "extra" even offering to pay more but it is no use. Annoying!
4.5 based on 35 reviews
A friend brought me out to the farm for lunch. We chose the buffet which had tacos, fish and roast beef. They had salad, soup, and dessert for just $7.95. Many people were eating breakfast, but we chose the lunch menu. Service was great. Took a
caramel roll home for breakfast the next day and they were great, too. Would recommend this restaurant to anyone in the area.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
The Truckers Inn has good American-style food. Breakfast is excellent, especially the hash browns. The pancakes are enormous so only order one! At other meals, when in doubt, order the Bison Burger.
4 based on 55 reviews
I loved the staff at this place. The bar was cozy and fun to hang out in. Our room was large, clean and very comfortable. The food was very good. The staff will tell you interesting stories about the hotel. I would come back again! I might have witnessed a thing or two. But I wasn't afraid.
4 based on 31 reviews
Three of us ate here (2 pasta bowls and a reuben plus drinks) for $47. Food was good, with respectable sized servings. Service was prompt and staff friendly. Waitress attentive but not hovering. Our only complaint was that the air conditioning was turned down way too low, but it was only 6 PM and maybe they were trying to keep ahead of the crowd later.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Small cafe in a small town. Very reasonably priced food. Onion rings were very good, as were the burgers. Rest of group had breakfast food, large, large omelettes. Very local, I could tell they stared at us out of towners.
4 based on 18 reviews
The ambiance is very nice for a bar and grill. However, servers need to be trained in how to serve food to patrons.I asked for lemon for my water and the server came with three slices of lemon in her BARE hand. Very unsanitary. Our friends ordered a BOWL of soup but instead received a HALF cup of soup. The fish dinner was okay for the price.
5 based on 5 reviews
Welcome to the Outpost Mercantile, a delightful family owned store offering all natural and organic food, gifts, and toys for the kids. Stop in for a smoothie, sandwich or an organic cup of Joe! We offer a select line of all natural Deli Meats and Cheese, fresh veggies, garden salad, homemade soup touting grass fed beef and range chicken, and the best self serve frozen yogurt & ambiance around!
My wife and I love this place. Across the street from the Ding Ding Cafe. They have excellent fresh ingredients and it is a nice change of pace from all the greasy junk elsewhere. Tough to find but well worth it!
4 based on 6 reviews
We took a bus trip to a casino for an overnight and the last stop was a fantastic supper at this restaurant. The wait staff were very efficient for a huge amount of diners that descended on them off the buses. The food was fresh and delicious. We were totally impressed and will come back again.
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