Had a wonderful fish sandwich and fries, finally back after many years. Service was excellent. A piece of Key Lime pie went home with me, yummy. Will go again soon.
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I was in the Minneapolis area for work, and I met a friend who lives here for dinner at the Crossroads. It was fantastic. Great service and excellent food. It was cooked perfectly, served hot and there was a good amount for the price. And the desserts are amazing....had to go with the chocolate cake. So the next day a... More
You cannot get a cup...the matzoh ball is too big! Plenty of broth, veggies and a little chicken to boot. Even if you only have soup, you still get bread and butter and wonderful pickles and pickled beets. And a smile.
I found this place one day several years ago and have been back, and recommended it wholeheartedly, ever since. I took my mom and she was SO happy with her Reuben sandwich that she said it will be hard to order one anywhere else after that. I think their carrot cake is by far the best in Minnesota. And if... More
My friends had been raving about this restaurant since they moved to the area, now I understand why! Great food and service. I look forward to my next visit!
Crossroads always has excellent service and very good food - their Matzo Ball Soup is delicious and fresh, and their many sandwich types are wonderful: corned beef, pastrami, etc. They also have a deli and bakery attached with delicious meats, breads, and cakes. Always consistently good.
Had a great lunch on April 25, 2016. Don't let the unexpected location fool you. It's a classic deli with a restaurant and take-out counter. Nicer interior than most deli style restaurants (it's a real restaurant and not a diner). Since we were visiting during Passover, it was especially busy. They did have an extensive Passover menu as well as... More
We have a townhouse not far from Crossroads and when we're down here they cook for us. Their food is the best and takeout portions are usually big enough to split. Love their lemon bars and lemon coconut cake too.
Always have great food and service at this restaurant. The salads, soups and sandwiches are first rate. The servers are attentive, but not oppressive. The borscht is fabulous, Reubens huge enough for a second meal. The bakery is also impressive, everything is always fresh and tasty.
I love the Crossroads deli. It's totally hidden in a random assortment of commercial warehouse-type buildings on a street you'd never visit unless you knew it was there. If you don't arrive before 11:30 for lunch, you are fighting a very large, very dedicated following of patrons for a table. They serve house made pickles and amazing homemade bread when... More
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