Hopkins is a suburban city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States, located west of Minneapolis. The city is four square miles in size and is surrounded by the larger, west suburban communities of Minnetonka, Saint Louis Park, and Edina. Hopkins is about 98% developed with little remaining vacant land. The population was 17,591 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Hopkins
5 based on 25 reviews
Our third trip. Great for the grandkids. Performances are entertaining. The price is right. The lenght is perfect for the kids. Audience is respectful but very child friendly. Free parking across the street. We'll be back for another show.
4.5 based on 122 reviews
I always love visiting the General Store of Minnetonka. It's a good place to shop for unique gifts, kitchen gadgets, nostalgic games, jewelry, and lots of other goodies. Adding the bistro was brilliant--the food offerings are good, but priced a little high. I usually forego the expensive desserts for one of their giant popovers with a bowl of soup. Allow at least an hour to cover the first and second floor and add additional time for a bite to eat. Parking is easy and free.
5 based on 70 reviews
We were given a gift of a private pottery class for the two of us. We love trying new things and this was right up our alley. Ralph was our instructor. He’s both an excellent pottery artist and a terrific teacher. We’re actually quite surprised and delighted with how our projects turned out!
4.5 based on 150 reviews
One of the town's crown jewels features an 18-hole putting course, an ampitheater and an ice skating rink.
We met a professional photographer here and had a wonderful assortment of places to have our family photos taken. The kids enjoyed running up and down and over the bridges, which seemed to be a popular thing to do. Although busy, we were still able to get pictures of without others in the background because of the way things are laid out. It appeared to be a lovely place to destress, paddle boat, play golf,
5 based on 2 reviews
Travel through 4,000 years of world history as you view more than 80,000 works of sculpture, photography, paintings, drawings and prints.
Rarely do you get a free museum with so much to see. Only noticed one exhibit which was not free. If I had to compare I would call it the Met of Minneapolis. Three floors of culture and you could easily spend three hours getting lost there. Highly recommend!!
4.5 based on 35 reviews
This is a great neighborhood place. Free popcorn, a nice big outdoor seating area and you can bring your own food! (Chipotle right around the corner!) I like wheat beer, which they don't always have, but I can usually find something. They also brew their own root beer and have root beer floats.
5 based on 54 reviews
Missing Pieces Escape Games combines mystery, storytelling and strategy to put you at the center of real-life challenges. Players must work together to discover secrets, unravel riddles and piece together puzzles as the main characters in every game. Our escape games feature immersive environments with clues that will keep you guessing as you uncover the answers.
My teenagers and I (three of us) completed the Ruin Raiders escape room with time to spare, and had a blast doing it. The puzzles were well-constructed -- just difficult enough that you had to work at them a little bit, but not so difficult...MoreThank you so much for the wonderful review! I'm glad the three of you enjoyed Ruin Raiders, it was great chatting with you about your experience afterwards! We hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 68 reviews
Ridgedale Mall was recently expanded and now features a much larger Nordstrom, Apple Store and many more. Great place to hang out with friends, grab a bite and shop. Very family friendly, play areas for toddlers and younger kids. Ample parking and good food and shop variety. Great place to visit in hot or cold days in Minnesota.
4 based on 34 reviews
Bunny’s opened at 4730 Excelsior Boulevard in St. Louis Park in 1933. One of the most often asked questions over the years has been, “Where did that name come from?” The story goes like this… The original owner, Henry Aretz, was in need of a sign for his new bar, Aretz’s Place. However, the sign maker had a different idea. He had made a mistake on a sign that read “Bunny’s” and, not wanting to scrap the job, asked Henry Aretz if he wanted to buy a sign “real cheap.” Henry, knowing a bargain when he saw one, bought the sign, and Bunny’s was started. The Aretz family owned Bunny’s until Gary and Sherman Rackner bought the bar in 1988. Bunny’s became a Bar & Grill, with the addition of a kitchen in the fall of 1988, and continued its tradition of a place where local patrons could relax with friends, catch a game, and also have a great meal. Unfortunately, Sherman passed away in 1997 and, due to the proposed redevelopment of Excelsior Boulevard, Bunny’s had to find a new location by the end of 1998. In January of 1999, Gary brought in a new business partner, Steve Koch, and they reopened Bunny’s in its current location. We are happy to be in St. Louis Park and look forward to being a fixture in the community for many years to come. In memory of Sherman Rackner, Gary’s father and business partner, we have named the back bar “Sherm’s.” Sherm, we hope you are proud!
Met another couple for lunch. Got crowded from 11:30 to 1:30. Ample parking and seating in three rooms make this one of the more spacious bars I have been to in a while. Service was fine. Wait staff friendly. Menu was large with lots of comfort food, sandwiches and soups. We ordered walleye tacos, a tavern burger and Hawaiian chicken and tomato basil soup. All food was prepared well and came out hot. Drinks were reasonably priced. Place has outdoor seating. The downside was it is noisy and not sure if kid friendly. Lots of TVs to watch your favorite sports.
4 based on 25 reviews
Main thoroughfare where many shops, restaurants, cafes, theaters and a center for the arts are located.
Very pretty area to walk around with a lot of antique shops and other cool "mom and pop" shops. Lots of interesting architecture as well.
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