Brooklyn Center is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. The city is located on the west bank of the Mississippi River on the northwest border of Minneapolis. The population was 30,104 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Brooklyn Center
4 based on 134 reviews
Fresh Pies, Fresh homemade malts (not shakes) Fresh meatloaf, unique Sandwiches and a unique and RETRO lobby! Go here you will NOT ever be disappointed!!!
4.5 based on 211 reviews
We are Travail veterans and were happy to return recently for another unbelievable "14-20" course (we had 26!) experience. The chefs and staff are well versed and enthusiastic, striving to make sure you are having a great time. (They seem to like to play with liquid nitrogen too…) We ordered the beverage pairing and split it among the four of us, which worked well as we each had a sip of some very interesting cocktails and other beverages. There wasn’t a course we didn’t enjoy, but a few stood out, especially the two times we made field trips to the kitchen area to pick up our course. Each dish is well-plated and scrumptious. It’s pricey, but perfect for a special night out.
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.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
I would give Milton's 5 circles except that our service wasn't up to their usual standards this week. In spite of that, the food and atmosphere are great. Our friends who live nearby visit often and had many good recommendations about what to choose for lunch recently. My portobello mushroom sandwich was wonderful as was the tomato basil soup I had with it (comes with chips or fries so soup is extra). My husband's fiesta burger was very good, and our friends' French onion soup was even better than usual they said. Rum cake was good but had the texture of a mix. Banana cream pie was delicious and reportedly tasty. Service was a little slow, possibly because our server was changed in the middle of our meal. We've been to Milton's once before and will definitely visit again. The water pitchers are fun, too.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
This is by far my favorite pizza around this area. Prices are very reasonable. Pizzas are big and taste great.
4.5 based on 243 reviews
We found Chimborazo written about in a book of unique restaurants in Minneapolis. We are fortunate in the north land to have a number of really good restaurants and as amateur foodies, my wife and I have been fortunate to enjoy many of them, but we wanted to widen our perspective and experience.
We dined at Chimborazo on a cold Wednesday evening in mid February arriving at about 7:45 PM and the place was very busy. The food grabs your attention with delicious flavors and the diners all seem to be enjoying themselves and speaking loudly! It has a very Latin America flair and personality for Minnesota! I really liked everything about it.
To our surprise Wednesday night offers a date night special with two entrées and a bottle of wine for $35.! This is absolutely the best value in the Twin Cities! The QPV is off the charts! I had the beef and my wife had chicken. Normally we're good about sharing, but this night we really wanted to enjoy every bite of what was on the plate in front of us. We will definitely be going back many times! The tres leches was delicious too.
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 105 reviews
Has a changing menu, with those standard pizzas. Why not tr7u a new taste as I did with the "Bay Of Pigs" it was good took home some and warmed up not as good but good, is it ever as good the next day. Good selections of beers and wines, why would want to go across the street to the Wicked Wart and have one delivered? Have the best of both world pizza and beer here and check out across the street. Wonderful place, great people.
4 based on 50 reviews
I am a vegetarian and this food is authentic plentiful and reasonable. They are not open all day, they close between lunch and dinner. Dinner is not a buffet. The staff are attentive but not overly friendly. The staff and probably the owners are from India. Usually when I go in there it is quiet around six in the evening during the week.
4 based on 53 reviews
You’ve got food cravings. We get it. Sometimes you need a hearty angus burger that’s so juicy you’ll want to grab extra napkins. Pile on the gyro meat and you’ve achieved a whole new level of satisfaction. We call it the Gyro Burger. Go figure. Or, are whole wings your thing? With Slim’s special seasoning and signature fries you’re totally winging it. If you have a feeling for the lighter side of life, and want to be a little faster on your feet, go for one of our Garden Fresh Salads. Hand-made Shakes, Malts and Mixers go with any mood. Still can’t get in touch with your inner food mood? Check out our premium sides. Satisfying your food mood is easy. Whatever your mood, you can Dine-In, Take-Out or get it in our Drive-Thru. And remember, kids have moods too. Fresh food for any mood.
My wife and I were driving by Culver's after dinner at home when she suddenly had a craving for a "malt". We went through the drive-thru for a large chocolate "malt" (only for her). She tasted and wanted to throw it away claiming it resembled soft serve. I agreed to finish it and suggested buying another for her from Slim's drive-thru directly across the street thinking if Slim's advertise burgers they must have malts. Slim's uses real ice cream and Slim's malt was cheaper than Culver's for the same size. Driving access to and from Slim's could have been designed better as another reviewer noted but it's worth the trip. My wife occasionally tells the story of the malt. I cannot review the food because she only wanted ice cream but we're willing to give it a try soon.
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