Do you find it exhausting trying to plan yet another meal but finding a family friendly restaurant that also serves good food has been difficult to find? Here are a few of the top family restaurants to check out this fall in the Twin Cities Region to make the hunt easier for you!
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One of my favorite local spots that is also great for families is Hen House Eatery in Minneapolis.
The space is bright, vibrant and approachable and they serve breakfast all day (name me a kid that doesnt like to break the norm by ordering breakfast for lunch!) They do offer a separate kids menu as well for those more critical kids.
Hen House sources from local vendors and is open daily until 3pm on the weekdays and 2pm on the weekends.
Next, the kids will LOVE Chatterbox Pub located in Minneapolis.
The menu offers a ton of the classics including pizza, burgers, and sandwiches, but the fun part about this spot is that they have tons of board games and vintage Nintendo games to keep the whole family busy. They have a full list of the game options online if youd like to check it out before stopping by.
Another great family friendly restaurant is Punch Bowl Social in St. Louis Park.
Between bowling, giant scrabble, arcade games, and ping pong and scratch-to-craft food you and your family will leave full and with plenty of new memories. One downfall to this space is that the games do require additional payment, and if you have super busy kiddos, the price can add up. The table games and bowling are charged by the hour and the arcade offers a reloadable card.
Now if you are looking for a completely experiential dinner with the family, swing on down to Bloomington in the south metro to Rainforest Cafe.
This spot is more of a chain, but it is 1 of only 3 locations in the entire Midwest. The restaurant is designed to feel like you are in the jungle, with full trees and vines hanging from the ceiling. They also have a sparkling volcano chocolate cake that is super fun to order.
The final spot to check out this fall is Brasa Premium Rotisserie.
They serve American Creole Cooking that will knock your socks off and they even offer a family meal menu option that can be split with the whole crew for only $54. The bulk of the menu is meat and rice, though so this may not be the best spot for kiddos on the mac and cheese kick.
You can save yourself from at least a couple nights of cooking with these family friendly restaurants in the Twin Cities Region.
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