Mahi Mahi sandwich and purple corn chips was great. Small portions though. Shrimp quesadilla was delicious.
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We made a Thursday night reservation and were seated promptly; the place was packed. Service was efficient and attentive. It's a city cafe type of place with tables close together. Our server generously poured my whiskey on the rocks without measuring; nice job! My wife...More
Nice restaurant vegan oriented with some meat choices (grass feed of course). Very small portions. I ordered a fish sandwich and accidentally the top bun fall to the floor before starting to eat it. An employee noticed it and pick it up after telling me:...More
If you're going to the Guthrie theater, can't beat the location. But that's the best thing I can say about this dining experience. Food is pricey and ordinary. Got the Moussaka special. Didn't taste like any I've ever had before. Tasty enough, but not spectacular,made...More
The food was decent. But the server was slow and had a terrible time splitting the check. We had 7:30 theater reservations. She knew that when we arrived. It was 7:20 by the time we left.
We visited for Sunday brunch. I had the quiche of the day served with greens and my bride had blueberry scone and the fruit plate. Very large portions very well prepared and presented. Service was outstanding!
We hadn't been to Spoonriver for a while, and were delighted that it seemed better than ever! The menu had a wide range of choices and the prices were quite reasonable. We began with a special appetizer, duck confit in crepes, that we both enjoyed....More
This is the place I would never go back. First, the service. The place was not too busy and yet we ended up waiting 20 minutes for our food. My husband tiny burger was not well done, as requested. We asked the waiter to cook...More
Me and Misses Joe stopped by the Spoonriver for drinks and appetizers. A wonderful location next to the Guthrie Theater makes this a prime drinking DNR dining spot. The menu is limited, I thought the appetizers could be more expanded to appeal to those who...More