I have to eat here at least once every time business takes me to the Twin Cities to get my Jucy Lucy fix. Good food, quick service, and very reasonable prices keeps me coming back.
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I had a glass of wine & a taco – it was tasty & bit on the spicy side. The lettuce could have been fresher. They had live music, a singer who played guitar & he was very talented. I ate outdoors, it was quieter...More
We had dinner there twice while staying nearby. Once was a Friday and once during the week, both times inside. Both times various meals with friends and service and food was good. BUT since we wanted to catch up with friends I hoped the 2nd...More
The whole atmosphere here is great. Live music, pull tabs, video games,darts. The staff is just great. Very friendly. *bacon bourbon wings, BEST wings ever. Not spicy, just incredibly good. A bit pricey, but worth it. Summer time, outside seating, and games.
I've been to the Lone Oak Grill a couple of times and both times I wished it would've been better. The food was ok (had a party of 8 and each person got something different) but it wasn't really tasty. The service was a bit...More
Recommended by the staff at the Hampton next door and was very grateful. The service was excellent and so was the food. There appears to be nightly entertainment as well. I had the Jumbolia over Rice and it was very good. If in the area...More
5 of us ordered, each different menu items. Drinks came first and promptly, food came fairly quick (gave us time to chat) and was correct. Our server was very friendly. We all enjoyed our meals. A little noisy but not bad. .
Pro: Food was good (sandwich with fries) Cons: It's a sports bar so it's very noisy. I was with a business group from out of town and was hoping for a quieter dinner. Service was a bit slow and refills took longer than they should...More
We have been to this restaurant under several different names, but never as the Lone Oak Grill. It was semi late for us and we were looking for a place to eat. One place had their kitchen closed down so we headed home. Driving by...More