Family Restaurant Deals in Minneapolis
Going out to a restaurant with your family is a great way to catch up and an even better way to prove to your parents that you've finally learned to eat without screaming between bites. Reveal the new you with this Groupon. $10 for $20 Worth of Ecuadorian and Colombian Cuisine The menu includes churrasco ($11.99); carne asada ($11.99); ceviche de camaron ($9.99); and bandeja paisa ($15.99), a blend of top sirloin, colombian sausage, corn cake, and sweet plantains.
There may be nothing like a homemade, sit-down dinner at a fantastically welcoming restaurant. Dine in comfort at Pippins Restaurant, located in Roseville. This family-friendly establishment is inside the local Country Inn and Suites, conveniently located for locals and road weary travelers to indulge in a hot and fresh meal. Try a juicy burger as your lunch or supper, then finish off with one of their signature cinnamon rolls. Bring the whole family and reserve a table at Pippins Restaurant in Roseville today!
Established in 1982, Chinese Gourmet Restaurant continues to be one of South Metro's best-kept secrets. With a quaint and tranquil ambiance punctuated with white tablecloths during dinner service, its vibe is always very casual and friendly. Bring the whole clan to enjoy their delicious family-style dishes, which are bound to be shared and passed around with delight. $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink Whet your appetite with the wonton puffs with cream cheese made with Mama Lee's "secret Asian spices" Try traditional dishes like Kung Pao Beef or contemporary meals like the Crunchy Tiger Pork in a tangy, spicy, sweet sauce They also offer a wine list, a variety of domestic and Asian beers, and fun sake cocktails Open seven days a week
At a restaurant they will give you a menu, which is a very short, nonfiction book about food. Enjoy a table of contents with this Groupon. $8 for $16 Worth of Chicken, Seafood, and Barbecue The four-piece chicken dinner starts at $11.25, beef rib dinner is $12.50, half-pound cheeseburger is $4.95, and family-pack meals start at $28.25. See the menu for individual items or view the nightly buffets.
Why You Should Go: Neil Young once sang “It’s better to burn out than fade away,” but patrons of Ralph’s of South Philly will likely agree that perhaps it’s best never to go far in the first place. The oldest family-owned Italian restaurant in America, Ralph’s authentic Italian cuisine has been a Philadelphia staple since 1900, and now boasts a sparkling new location with the same old-world charm, in King of Prussia. Countless loyal customers and five generations of Dispigno family ownership have allowed Ralph’s to survive through 20 presidents, two world wars, prohibition, the Great Depression and so much more. What You Should Try: With a long list of awards to it’s name, Ralph’s knows that a restaurant doesn’t make it 100 years without great food. Serving lunch and dinner, Ralph’s dishes up all the Italian classics you could ask for. Start with Red or White Muscles, Bruschetta or Escargots Au Gratin, and fill yourself up with Baked Lasagna, Eggplant Parmigiana, Chicken Sorrento or Lobster Tail Fra Diavolo.
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