Place is closed and will not be re opened. Service and food quality had gone Way down 1-2 years before closing.
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Too bad it closed. It had viewing of wildlife that included deer, hummingbirds, orioles, woodchuck, We had a table where you could sit right by the window.
Great view in the evening watching the deer. But our group of seven had a really hard time to get service. Had the prime rib and is was small and chewy, baked potato was cold. What I do recommend is the mushroom burger, plus go...More
They have a great variety of options on the menu, and while it's all pretty much Midwestern and generic beef/chicken/fish, there are elements of the cooking that are quite good, albeit this isn't a connoisseur's place to go. If, however, you want a decent Midwestern...More
Way over priced for the quality of food. For $16 a person I would like fresh eggs. Also an actual adult making the omelets. The kid behind the counter did not know what he was doing, not his fault. That is on the owner and...More
I was really impressed when I had lunch at Whiskey River 4-5 years ago. I've eaten there 3-4 times since, including a few days ago (late Sept. 2016) and am less impressed every time. Prices seem higher and quality lower.
Both my husband and I have heard great things about Whiskey River since moving to Southern MN, and we have always talked about trying it. Recently, my brother had a small family get together to announce his wedding date so I was able to give...More
Drove over on a Friday evening to spend some time with my wife and try out the new and improved 169 The place was not as busy as I feared it would be. We sat close to the windows so we could see the wildlife...More
Visited here on a Thursday evening,was not very busy and waitress told us they did not have a place for us period. 3 other couples walked out with our group. Plenty of other places in town. Will never cater to this place again.
We had a great lunch here--the wild rice soup was delicious- but what made my day was the wildlife outside. There have so many bird feeders set up, and visiting from southern California, it was a treat to see the different kinds of birds that...More