Vina Restaurant Coupons and Deals
Almost as pleasurable as a restaurant's food are the little rituals that go along with it: perusing the menu, anticipating the meal, and hiding under the table and grabbing passing waiters by their ankles. Drink in the whole experience with this Groupon. Choose from Four Options $11 for $20 worth of Vietnamese food and drinks for two or more people, valid Monday–Thursday $11 for $20 worth of Vietnamese food and drinks for two or more people, valid Friday and Saturday $20 for $40 worth of Vietnamese food and drinks for four or more people, valid Monday–Thursday $20 for $40 worth ...
The first location of Vina Restaurant was opened in December of 1982 in St .Paul, Minnesota. In the next ten years, three more locations (Richfield, Midway and Uptown) were added. Since the first opening, Vina has impressed diners from Minneapolis, St .Paul and beyond. With the authentic Vietnamese cuisine, we have received recognitions from most local media such as, City Pages, Minneapolis and St .Paul magazines, St .Paul Pioneer Press Dispatch, Twin Cities Reader, Metro Magazine..etc...Decades later,the restaurant popularity continues; even though the original founder now only maintains the location in Richfield. Throughout the years, our goal is still the same and that is to develop a healthier Vietnamese quick-service establishment and provide consistent quality and freshness to our beloved customers.Here are some articles from local newspapers about Vina Restaurant:...We stand in line to get into restaurant such Vina, where fast service, reasonable prices and unique food are an irresistible combination.. St. Paul Pioneer Press (June 1985)...the place is reportedly always packed with happy diners stuffing themselves with food from Vina's leaping platters.. Citi Pages (September 1993)...Vina offers an impressive level of efficient service. The room is pleasant and cozy if a bit utilitarian, and you can see entire families around round table tucking into steaming hot bowls of noodles brimming with bean sprouts and hot sauces... Metro Magazines (February 2007)