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Nick & Eddie: WORST restaurant in Minneapolis

scooter260 | Dec 5, 201002:23 PM     8

It's now official....I truly believe Nick & Eddie is the worst restaurant in the Twin Cities. We have now given this place chance on 3 separate occasions and they have failed miserably each and every time.

We arrived at 9pm as a party of 8 after an event at Bar Lurcat (exceptional, by the way). We then waited for 30 minutes despite the place being 1/2 full. Not one effort on any part of the staff to move together tables or make an attempt to accommodate our group.

One we get seated, the airhead waiter stops by once to take a drink order. 20 minutes later the drinks arrive. 20 minutes then pass before this clown ever stops by again to take our order. We ordered several options and not one impressed. The wagyu meatloaf was dry, the poutine lacked flavor, and the pork tacos were downright disgusting with overcooked pork.

My advice: NEVER go to this restaurant. The service is an abomination and the food is mediocre. Too many other good options in the area.

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Nick & Eddie
1612 Harmon Place, Minneapolis, MN 55403

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