Restaurant Features: Bar, Games, Flat Screen TVs, On-Site Parking, Patio, Sports Bar
Location: Saint Louis Park, MN
Address: 5916 Excelsior Boulevard Minneapolis, MN 55416 (952) 922-9515
Hours: Mon-Thurs: 8am-1am Friday-Saturday: 8am-2am Sun: 10am-1am
Links: Bunny’s Website * Bunny’s on Facebook * Google Map
Atmosphere: Bunny’s Bar & Grill is located on Excelsior Blvd in Saint Louis Park, just west of Hwy 100. The space has been renovated since 1998 when Bunny’s first moved into this location, it is big and open for the most part, with nearly 30 TVs hung up around the restaurant and bar area. There are round tables in two sizes spread throughout.
Menu: Appetizers include Chicken Wings (cajun or buffalo), Onion Rings, French Fries Mexican Style Nachos, Artichoke Dip, Potato Skins, Catfish Fingers, Chicken Strips, Garlic Cheese Bread, Mozzarella Sticks, and Chicken Drummies.
Soups include Chicken Noodle, Tomato Basil, Chili and a Soup du Jour.
Bunny’s Salads include Taco, Grilled Chicken, Texas Steak, Cobb, Oriental Chicken, Spinach, Caesar, Chef and Dinner Salad.
Sandwiches come with fries, coleslaw, potato salad, cottage cheese, kettle fries or fresh fruit. Options include Taco Burrito Wrap, Steak Wrap, Clubhouse, BLT, Veggie Sandwich, Southwest Wrap, Chicken Caesar Wrap, French Dip, Triple Grilled Cheese, Grilled Reuben, BBQ Beef, Pork tenderloin Sandwich, Poprk Chop Sandwich, Dante’s Inferno, Tuna Melt, Jumbo Hot Dog, Original Chicken, Chicken Cordon Bleu, Hawaiian Chicken, Buffalo Chicken, Broccoli Chicken, and Cajun Chicken.
Burger options at Bunny’s Bar & Grill include Build-your-own, Rack Attack, and Grilled Garden Burger (black bean).
Pizza options include Build-your-own, Deluxe or Margherita.
Pasta selections include Spaghetti Marinara, Fettuccine Alfredo, Cheese Tortellini, and Pesto Fettuccine.
Entrees include 12oz Sirloin, Pan Fried Walleye, Jumbo Shrimp. Low Carb Entrees include Grilled Burger Platter, Grilled Chicken Breast Platter, Chicken or Tuna Salad, and Cajun Pork Chop Platter.
Desserts include Ice Cream Sundae, Ice Cream Pie, Hot Fudge Brownie Sundae, and Bunny’s Football Float.
Price guide: Appetizers $ Salads $5-10 Sandwiches $8-9 Entrees $9-16
- Monday- Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, veggie and roll $8.50
- Tuesday-Roast Pork with Mashed Potatoes and Dressing $8.50
- Wednesday- Hot Turkey on sourdough with mashed potatoes and gravy $8.50
- Thursday- Lasagna with garlic toast $8.50
- Friday- Hot Roast Beef with mashed potatoes and gravy $8.50
What we ordered: We started with an order of Artichoke Dip, a creamy blend of artichokes, roasted red peppers, chiles and parmesan cheese. It was baked in a ramekin and served with garlic toast. Delicious and flavorful!
I was having difficulty deciding what to order and ended up with a French Dip. The sandwich was alright; it was piled with deli-style roast beef on a toasted french roll with a side of au jus. It was decent but not the greatest; would have been better with real shaved roast beef rather than the processed deli stuff. I’ve gotten really picky about my meats in that regard. I had the choice of side and went with the french fries.
My companion ordered the Rack Attack Burger with American cheese, bacon, sauteed mushrooms, lettuce, tomato and mayo. This burger was much better than the french dip! The burger was 1/2lb and had an impressive amount of freshly sauteed shrooms. It was served with a side of barbeque and fries as choice of side.
Service: We had no problem finding parking in the big lot or a table inside, although it was a busy Saturday afternoon. Our service was alright; it took a little longer than usual to get drinks refilled and meals were served before we had finished our appetizer.
Overall Impression: The atmosphere was lively and the Artichoke Dip was very good. Service was kind of slow.