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Boulevard Resteraunt and Bar going in on Wayzata blvd in Minnetonka

rrs1959 Aug 6, 2010 04:23 PM

Any one heard or know anything about this new place?

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    prwebber RE: rrs1959 Sep 12, 2010 07:27 PM

    They had the opening VIP party last night 9-11, the open for business tomorrow 9-13. Great atmosphere, creative delicious food. Vlahos has topped himself.

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      infamousdavid RE: prwebber Sep 13, 2010 08:36 AM

      I stumbled into the parking lot a few weeks ago. I liked the retro looking signage. should be a winner.

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      GeeBeeEmm RE: rrs1959 Oct 2, 2010 07:22 PM

      Went for a late lunch today. Had a nice tasty huge burger. Boulevard Royale with Cheese - double cheeseburger with frizzled leeks on a pretzel bun. Atmosphere was nice and friendly. Open kitchen, lots of woodfire.... bar in the center of the restaurant, very attentive server. Pleasant visit. They have a FB page, but no website as of yet.

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        MplsM ary RE: GeeBeeEmm Oct 2, 2010 07:55 PM


        BLVD Kitchen & Bar
        11544 Wayzata Blvd
        Minnetonka, MN 55305

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          DukeFan RE: MplsM ary Oct 11, 2010 06:43 PM

          Went for lunch. Won't be back. Nothing horrible, but everything was very average. Noone close to redstone quality.

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            MplsM ary RE: DukeFan Oct 11, 2010 07:53 PM

            I drove by it this weekend when I went to the big Trader Joe's. So in the same mall-y place where you have Bed Bath & Beyond and Trader Joe's you can also purchase a Caesar Salad for $7.75? For Lunch? Brunch Oatmeal for $6.50? Seriously? The pricing seem delusional.

      2. Davydd RE: rrs1959 Oct 12, 2010 04:22 PM

        The actual name is BLVD Kitchen & Bar. It was OK and above average bar food on the pricey side. I always say it with photos.

        I had the fried egg, bacon and roasted chicken club sandwich called the Gold Coast Club. My wife had the shaved ribeye sandwich. We ordered a side of sweet frizzled leeks and the bread service. The bread service was not even on the menu so we assumed it was just part of the meal starter. Turned out it was $2.75 but seemed worth it except we weren't planning on eating all that bread.

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