well if ur in ede praire u should probaly leave cause theres nothing to do here im 14 years old and every time i hang out with friends we have nothing to do cause eden prairie sucks theres nothing to do at all and alot of kids do drugs i do not but many at the highschool do and the reason why is because the have nothing better to do mabye if the...more
Following abandoned railroad beds, this 27-mile trail consists of two corridors between Hopkins and Victoria and between Hopkins and Chanhassen. With grades of five percent or less, the 10-foot wide crushed limestone trail is ideal for biking, walking or running. The trail is two-way and includes wooden bridges and several road crossings. The...more
11325 Viking Drive, Eden Prairie, Minnesota, 55344, United States
Good for: Couples
6330 Point Chase, Eden Prairie, Minnesota, 55344, United States
Good for: Couples
11391 Viking Drive, Eden Prairie, Minnesota, 55344, United States
Good for: Solo
Just off Hwy. 212 and overlooking a nature pond with fountains, this restaurant is situated near the EP tower. Hot stone campfires and an outdoor fireplace keep you warm outside on the patio when you're at the overlook bar [spring & fall] viewing the fountains and warming your Zingaro toes. Raspberry BBQ glazed Pork Tenderloin with spicey mustard...more
The interior of this restaurant was changed completely after being Hops brewpub. Inlaid ceramic tiles and wall paintings have repalced the American brewery hoop-and-stave theme. Aromas here are nascent and include the mediterranean cooking spices. Thursday through Sunday during dining the artful mediterranean 'goddess dance' can be observed and...more
Walking into Punch gives the impression of a European pizzaria, with the pizza oven heated to 750 degrees and named 'Michelle.' The owners are from Naples, Italy and the pizza is authentic Neapolitano with fresh thin crusts thrown by viewable paisano's . At the order counter a young, friendly staff of females greets you to take your pizza and drink...more
Jack's City Grill overlooks the Purgatory Creek Wildlife and Recreation area, and would be a great place for EP Parrot Heads to Phlock.
Dress Code: Key Lobo Floridian and Carribean baggies and Teva's or flip-flops. Straw hats on the patio.
Once the busiest of the metro area's airports, Flying Cloud Airport is now a relief airport for MSP and a high-traffic corporate jet and personal aircraft facility. With great hotels, restaurants, and the best dinner theatre west of the Hudson River, Eden Prairie offers an upscale vacation possibility. Consider biking, blading, hiking, a dayspa and...more
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Eden Prairie Center newly remodeled and is a two-level indoor mall with everyday elegance. Soudthwest Station with parking and bus service. Outdoor, curbised access to the new restaurants makes dinding fast and convenient, and Biaggi's has the best atmosphere for relaxed dining. Inside the new food court has the tallest chimney I have seen, lounge chairs for reading and chatting with good friends, and an array of fast food shops well-designed for easy viewing and choosing.
What to buy: Biaggi's is an everday Italian-American restaurant with the widest selection of wines I have seen, and a family-style room available for hosting events or family gatherings. Featuring southern Italian cuisine, the seafood pastas are the best aroma and value, but the pizzas are brick-oven baked and sumptuous.
What to pay: $50 for dinner, $30 for lunch for two.
Never, ever dance with a Zingaro, either female or male. It will set your feet on flame and scorch your legs.
Just north of I494 at the Hwy 5 exit, a wonderful sanctuary exists to renew the beauty and vitality of the everday goddess. Those who have ability and willingness to pay for premium services will discover this dayspa to be enllivening and exhilarating as a place for personal attention and care.