Golden Valley is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States. It is a western suburb of Minneapolis and is the main corporate headquarters of General Mills and Pentair. Golden Valley is also the home of NBC affiliate KARE, the Perpich Center for Arts Education and Breck School. The population was 20,371 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Golden Valley
4.5 based on 316 reviews
We were in the neighborhood for an early dinner and decided to try the Good Day. It was a little hard to find as they were working on the road.
We tried the Adult Macaroni and Cheese, Tomato Soup and Eggs Benny. Everything was great but their hashbrowns are superb. Service was friendly and efficient.
We never made it to dessert as the portions are large. Maybe next time ...
4.5 based on 298 reviews
Service was great, staff was excellent and the food was very good! We had the Ribeye and the Salmon. Somewhat pricey but still excellent. Kelly was our waitress and she was great. It took a while to get seated so we sat at the bar and the staff there was very quick and helpful. Might be our new go-to place. The one thing that could be better is the acoustics. It's very loud. Maybe some sound absorbing ceiling tiles rather than the ceramic and solid tile ceiling. Overall 4+ stars.
4.5 based on 136 reviews
West siders rave about this place being so great and really good pizza. I am not with them on this. Coming originally from Chicago and having lived in a number of major metropolitan areas across the country, the offerings from Latuff serve the bland palates of Minnesotans far more than the authenticity of Italian or Sicilian chefs.
4.5 based on 124 reviews
Who knew you could run a successful restaurant selling (primarily) egg dishes. Fat Nat's, that's who. They also serve burgers and sandwiches for lunch, but I'd go anytime for the egg dishes.
Don't let its location in this New Hope strip mall deter you (there are 2 other locations: one in St. Anthony Village, the other in Brooklyn Park). Venture in for some no-nonsense wait staff (they've seen and heard it all) and an incredible selection of egg dishes. Whatever you choose you'll leave satisfied. The food is delicious and the portions substantial.
There's an attitude in the place that resonated with me. Nat is very confident in his cooking skills, and lets you know: there are call-outs all over the menu; my favorite is "
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 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.
5 based on 20 reviews
These are the donuts are you are looking for... Seriously - they are amazing, the jumbo donut holes are bigger than normal donuts and it starts there. And talk about flavor - they melt in your mouth. Money can't buy happiness but it can buy donuts and that's pretty close most days! Just get there early, they are popular...
5 based on 172 reviews
First time I've had the chance to stop here! YUM! 2 puppy dog tails & a caramel pecan cinnamon bun with an iced coffee. Perfect snack for 2! And we left with 1/2 a bun to take home. Homemade taste, fun location. New annual or more stop!
We were not sure if we could dig at the sidewalk tables with our pups so we picnicked on the grass across the street. Probably more comfy for the pups anyway!
4.5 based on 209 reviews
Love supporting local, creative chefs!! So hard to find awesome restaurants outside the cities. Gluten free options all over the menu, proves attention to detail, and dedication to real food done right!! Wings awesome, Cuban sandwich was great-as per my Cuban expert daughter, smoked pork loin delicious, good wine list...Loved the kids room!! We recommend!!
4.5 based on 145 reviews
Featuring woodfired rotisserie cooking, Doolittles Woodfire Grill is an experience that ignites all of your senses! The woodfired rotisserie grills meat over an open flame for a savory wood roasted flavor. The rotation of the rotisserie creates self basting and slow roasting skewers resulting in juicy and succulent meats such as Spit-Roasted Chicken, and Smoked Hanger Steak with Horseradish-Whipped Potatoes and Red Wine Reduction. Doolittles boasts over 60 wines by the bottle and 30 selections by the glass. Gluten Free & Vegetarian menus available. Come as you are!
We went at 12:30 midweek. The place was packed! But only About a 5 minute wait. I went with the 1/2 sandwich(turkey) and barley soup. Sandwich was piled high with the Turkey. Just the right portion in my opinion. Price was right too at $10.95.
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