Rush Creek Golf Course was not the first place I thought of when it came to a meal on the weekend or Sunday brunch, but it's now near the top of my list.
Rush Creek is off of 101 in Maple Grove. It's a little out-of-the-way, but worth the drive. The facilities are very nice, with dining in more than one room. My wife and I went with friends, one of whom is in the wholesale food business in Minneapolis. It was his suggestion. My wife and I were a little hesitant, but we quickly warmed to the place.
The food is very good quality and the prices were surprisingly affordable. We all had different things. I had a Flat Iron Steak - it was one of the best I've had. It cost less than $20. Someone had the Corn Cake Benedict which they raved about. My wife had a salad and the Guinness Steak Chili, which she loved. Everyone remarked that the food was as good as any restaurant in Maple Grove. Dessert was fantastic - the monster cookie which we all shared (should have gotten two of them for four people).
So the food and prices are great, why not five stars? Two reasons: crowd and noise. The tables were tightly packed where we sat. I would have liked to have more as it felt a little cramped. Because the secret on this place is out, there were a lot of people eating there, so it was a little noisy, but not more than places like Pittsburgh Blue or Maynards (by the way, I'd come to Rush Creek before either of those places).
So there you have it. Great place for friends to gather. Great food and affordable prices. Give Rush Creek a try.
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