Any senior citizen-friendly but good restaurants in St. Paul?
I'm thinking about taking my 81-year-old mother out for Easter dinner. She's not a foodie, but I am. I need a place that's quiet enough for conversation, with good service and good food. It doesn't need to be haute cuisine, it just needs to be well prepared. And, if it's too expensive, it'll be a waste. Any ideas?
In addition to the Lexington, I also thought of Muffuletta in the Park and W.A. Frost, each of which are probably at about the same price point as the Lexington. (All 3 have open reservations right now on Open Table, btw). If the price is a little high, I also thought of the St. Clair Broiler. If Mom is a little more adventurous, I'd suggest Ngon Bistro.
Ngon Vietnamese Bistro
799 University Ave W, Saint Paul, MN 55104
W.A. Frost & Co
374 Selby Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55102
1096 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105
Muffuletta In the Park
2260 Como Ave., Saint Paul, MN 55108
St Clair Broiler
1580 Saint Clair Ave, Saint Paul, MN 55105
on my one visit to the lex. . . the most memorable comment on the food, from my kid bro, was "very. . . chewable." so yes i think the lex is a very good rec for elderly folks. my bro and i, in our 20's at the time, were by a long shot the youngest people there (the second youngest folks were our parents, who were in their late 50's at the time). i won't be returning to the lex any time soon (can't remember what i ate, but it was a brunchy meal), but i remember the dark bar being ravishingly beautiful and the service being attentive and sweet.
meritage or w.a. frost might also be nice for a multigenerational gathering-- i would not hesitate to take dh's grandma to either place--but again i don't know what "too expensive" really means. check out menus online?