Whether you're having a night out with friends and family or you simply don't feel like cooking, there are several delicious restaurants within convenient distance of our Springs Apartments communities. Here are a few of our favorite eateries that are each less than five miles away. Which one will you try first?
Springs at Apple Valley
The Valley Tap House is a casual, family-friendly restaurant serving traditional comfort food with an upscale twist. You'll get hooked on their signature Baltimore pit beef, made from Angus beef top round rubbed with a special blend of spices and grilled to perfection.
Find out why Thai food has become so wildly popular at Taste of Thai Yai. The extensive menu at this family-run restaurant features traditional favorites, including a selection of flavorful curries.
The farm-to-table dishes at Morgan's on Nicollet are prepared with fresh, high-quality ingredients from a number of the best regional providers. Breakfast is served seven days a week with extended brunch hours on weekends.
Springs at Eagan Drive
Enjoy the nostalgic feel of a '50s diner at Tommy's Malt Shop. Choose from more than a dozen flavors of premium malts to go with your Classic Lucy, honey-glazed grilled cheese or turkey bacon club.
Head over to watch the Vikings game on one of 20 flat-screen TVs at Tin Shed Tavern and Pizza. Grab a sandwich or slice of pizza to go at their new sub shop next door.
Go to The Cove for the kitschy, music-centric ambiance and stay for the Tom Petty Melt or Phish Sandwich. Customers rave about the juicy burgers, tasty pizza and live music on weekends.
Springs at South Broadway
Chester's Kitchen & Bar is such a part of the community that their name is a tribute to the city. It's a relaxed, comfortable place to catch up with friends over Sunday brunch or one of two daily Happy Hours.
Both vegetarians and carnivores will find something to enjoy at Tonic. Dishes such as the savory bison burger and hearty ratatouille are made with the finest locally-sourced ingredients. Get a delicious boost of energy from one of their freshly-squeezed juices or signature smoothies.
Canadian Honker's quirky name is a nod to the iconic birds that make a stop in Rochester during their annual migration. They have a commitment to serve the community through charitable contributions and serve their customers first-rate food like apple-cinnamon pork chops and the signature Canadian walleye.
Have you discovered a favorite restaurant to add to the list? Tell us about it in the comments!