You don’t want to travel far for a satisfying bite to eat, and at Springs at South Broadway you don’t have to. You’ll find dozens of dining locations within a few miles of this centrally located apartment community. Here are five that are definitely worth visiting:
If beer is as important to your dinner as the food, the Thirsty Belgian will quickly become a local favorite for you. Here you’ll find both tap and bottled beers from around the world. Though the beer takes center stage, you’ll never go hungry at this pub. The menu includes Belgian meatballs, pizza, and toasties — and don’t forget to finish with cupcakes or cheesecake.
The Lost Cajun brings spicy signature Cajun cuisine to an unexpected spot in Minnesota. The restaurant’s specialty is its selection of gumbos — cooked for more than four hours, they feature savory flavors that are as good as anything in New Orleans. If you’re not sure what to order, just try a complimentary sample of one of The Lost Cajun’s four gumbo choices. Carside service is available for to-go orders, so you can grab dinner on the run and enjoy gumbo in the comfort of your luxury apartment.
If you’re in the mood for Japanese food, you’ll find the extensive menu at Ichi Tokyo has creative options for any preference. You can enjoy udon or soba noodles served up with shrimp, chicken, beef, or vegetables for a simple lunch. Can’t decide what you want for dinner? Try a bento complete with a combination of main dishes, a sushi roll, rice, Miso soup, and a salad. Sushi lovers will find a delightful variety including everything from a traditional California roll to the more innovative Unagi Don featuring eel, crab, and egg custard.
At John Hardy’s, your meats are cooked over cherry and apple wood fires and seasoned with the restaurant’s special hot, medium, or mild sauces. The pork is a particular highlight, smoked overnight for optimum tenderness and served up in hearty meals on top of nachos or in satisfying sandwiches. Southern sides like fried okra, black-eyed peas, and cole slaw complete the menu, so you’ll never walk away hungry.
Whiskey Creek Wood Fire Grill is true to its name, preparing fine cuts of beef over an authentic oak and ash fire for a distinctive smoke flavoring. Combined with the restaurant’s signature spices and rubs, this technique creates a flavorful experience no matter what you pick from the menu. The baby back ribs are a particular favorite at Whiskey Creek.
Whether you dine-in or carry out, a memorable meal is always close to Springs at South Broadway. Share your favorite stops with us in the comments below.