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Sea Change restaurant at the Guthrie

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MarkG Oct 29, 2010 11:46 PM

put up a post in july but only got 2 replies. am considering for a very special 60th birthday. are you a fan of the place??

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Sea Change
806 Second Street S., Minneapolis, MN 55415

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  1. Foureyes137 RE: MarkG Oct 30, 2010 05:51 AM

    Hit and miss. I've had the good (bacon wrapped sturgeon) and the not so good (really muddy striped bass, tuna that tastes singularly of sesame oil). Still my favorite place in town to get oysters and clams...but I'm not sure I'd have dinner there again.

    Service can be uninformed and the hostess has been rude to many of us...though I can't say if she's still there as I haven't been back since May.

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      parkermsp RE: MarkG Oct 30, 2010 10:01 AM

      I too have had very uninformed service, to the point where I considered how it was possible to be this uninformed and derive your living from the service industry.
      The food was pretty good, but the service and staff knowledge is below an Applebee's-level restaurant.
      If it's for a special occasion, I would seek victuals elsewhere.

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        redmeatfan RE: parkermsp Oct 30, 2010 12:25 PM

        If you think the service is bad at Sea Change you have seen nothing compared to the private events at the Guthrie. The servers are not trained and would rather take a smoke break than work.

        I have never thought much of Sea Change and would not go back.

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        Sea Change
        806 Second Street S., Minneapolis, MN 55415

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          DukeFan RE: redmeatfan Oct 30, 2010 02:43 PM

          Ice written a couple reciews which have "mysteriously" been deleted.

          In a nutshell, food pretty good, service varies from below average to downright horrible. Will not bead.

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            SmartCookie RE: DukeFan Oct 30, 2010 03:09 PM

            What does "will not bead" mean?

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