3907 W 50th St, Minneapolis, MN | Directions 5542444.912515 -93.329595
What has happened to the Grill – I used to be a big fan of the Grill but things have been slipping. The place has lost its energy, lost its vibe. Staff no longer seem to be happy and the managers are non existent except for a girl name Ruth who must be new. They must be terribly under staffed because several Sunday's in a row there has been a wait to be seated yet the back half of the dining room is closed!? Midweek lunches are about the same with staff barely able to keep up with all the tables and no visable support from managers. Food has remained pretty good but service is screaming for help.
Great neighborhood beer and bite – Love the Grill, we can walk there from our house and that makes it even better.
Love the food, locals brews and staff. What more do you need in a local establishment?
best turkey burger in town? NOPE – Sat down to an over-selling of wine that we had no intention of buying...were going to order a burger, but saw on both the website and the menu that the turkey burger was "voted" the best in Minneapolis. Humm, mushy, tasteless, wilty bun, deeply unsatisfying. Salad -- nondescript. Delicious corn bread though.
$30 for a bad turkey burger, a salad and a beer.
Probably won't be back.
Great people watching and breakfast! – My roommate and I have started to make brunch at the Edina Grill a weekly tradition. The service isn't spectacular but that is balanced out by the bloody mary's, coffee and food. If you get a booth by the window in the bar area, the suburban upper-middle class people watching is great- if you're into that sort of thing!
Find homespun cuisine with a 21st-century touch. – In Short
Older singles, yuppie couples on 24/7 schedules, families with kids in booster chairs and groups of friends enjoy the stylish, inexpensive and comfortable eatery nestled in the 50th and France neighborhood. Huge platters arrive steaming. For breakfast, there's smoked salmon scramble or the hot hash and holly. Sandwiches include an aromatic, curried egg salad, yellowfin tuna melt and grilled cheese. All are served with choice of a side, such as sweet potato fries.
Service was slow and insulting – My family went on Saturday for breakfast and after placing our orders, it took almost 45 minutes to get our food. The waitress had also forgotten the side orders that we had placed originally. Then at the end of the poor dining experience, she mumbled some comments that my family was too anxious and needed to be more pleasant. My family will never go back and I would advice others to avoid the Edina Grill as well.
Quite tasty! – Just went there last nite and tonite (Father's Day 05). Both times quite tasty. Do the seafood stew, it's great. One quibble: how about closing the windows when it's 90 degrees folks? Other than that, great servers, and the food is primo.
Best breakfast around – After searching the neighborhood for good breakfast/brunch spots, ALL have fallen short of the Edina Grill's breakfast (which is conveniently served all day for those late risers or those who enjoy breakfast for dinner). Great menu of sweet and savory choices to satisfy every palette (and I've tried almost all of them). I could eat the Jack cakes every day and the breakfast burrito is big enough for at least 2 people! Also appreciate the environmentally friendly "towel" napkins.
Good but not a Kid Place – Edina Grill is a nice, casual restaurant with tasty food, however I disagree with the rating of it being kid friendly. There were very few items on the menu that either my 4 or 6 year old would like. Hamburgers, pancakes and a grilled cheese sandwich were really only the food items either might eat. They did not offer a "kid menu". Also, the restaurant did not offer a kid like activity at the table such as crayons and paper. It is noisy so your neighbor at the next table won't be distracted by your crying kid but at least they offer wine and beer so you can take the edge off. Go to Edina Grill for a date night not a family night.
You Must be Kidding... – This place isn't good. We've given it half a dozen tries over the past few years -- both for breakfast and dinner. The service is awful ... slow and impersonal. I always feel like I have to apologize for interrupting something. The menu is tired as it needs to be freshened up and get some more depth. Yes there are some interesting combinations for the taste buds, but everything that seems to come out of the kitchen is a bit off. Do yourself a favor and walk across the street to Tejas for great meal.
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