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Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis, MN
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Bryant Lake Bowl

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801 W Lake St.  MinneapolisMN  55408

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    11/10/2014 10:38:13 AM
    Stopped in for breakfast and had the BBQ Bowler...pulled pork/scrambled eggs/on top of a biscuit with some awesome bbq sauce on the side for dipping. The Mrs had the #4 complaints! Very cool atmosphere with the bowling alley in operation.
  2. anonymous
    10/8/2012 4:47:21 AM
    BLB definitely falls into the dive category. We went for breakfast so I could try the bison hash. It was less like a hash and more like a stir fry with potatoes. I had a large enough portion that I had leftovers for breakfast the next day. It was okay but its not something that I'd want to have again. My wife, though, really liked her breakfast biscuit sandwich. Service was good and quick. We'd like to try it again for dinner-- perhaps after a MST3K revue at the movie theater next door.
  3. anonymous
    5/14/2012 11:44:39 PM
    Saw this on Triple D but was left disappointed. Very small locale and slow service. Waited 35 minutes for the Bison hash; only 2 small scraps of meat and they didn't chop the hash or meat so essentially you are eating greasy potato slices. Plus a no frills omelette, folded egg on a plate not even a garnish of chives or anything. The menu must have changed because the hash was the only thing from the show that seemed to be on the menu. Bowling there is a novelty. I thought this place was much bigger on TV but with 5 lanes in the back of the diner we looked ridiculous coming in with our own bowling bag.
  4. anonymous
    4/23/2012 10:10:07 PM
    so true
  5. anonymous
    12/30/2011 5:37:46 AM
    Stopped by for breakfast when was in Minneapolis looking at buying a car. Had the bison hash. Was very good. Would like to go back to try more of the menu.
  6. anonymous
    8/10/2011 11:36:09 AM
    Mediocre food and pretentious staff.  Would never go back.  The bowling is cool, but doesn't make up for the terrible service. 
  7. anonymous
    3/28/2011 8:17:23 PM
    good food and service.  Maybe overpriced,
  8. anonymous
    3/16/2010 12:47:19 AM
    I took my husband on one of my business trips and we decided to check this place out from watching Guy's visit there. The food was good and we actually bowled a game. The restaurant is a lot smaller than what TVland makes it look like. I would go back again.
  9. anonymous
    11/6/2009 10:58:17 PM
    The Bison Pad Thai was beyond delicious (I had it in July)
  10. anonymous
    8/3/2009 10:43:59 PM
    Always fun ... always delicious!

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