Woodsmans Grill

Food & Drink
1918 South 1st Avenue, Anoka, MN 55303 1918 South 1st Avenue, Anoka Directions
+17633236588
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77% of 154 customers recommended
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Report | 4 years ago
Just a bad night for the resturant the waitress did her best though the resturant is under new mangement and only honored the cash paid value for the groupon not what it was valued for?
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Report | 4 years ago
They would not honor the full groupon as they said they were under new management, they have lost my service. Very poor customer service.
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Report | 5 years ago
Not overly impressed. Our waitress was very nice and the service was good. They only took the Groupon at face value but I suppose that's better than nothing. I ordered a walleye fillet sandwich. It was triangular shaped. I'm not convinced that it was a actualy walleye fillet. The flavor was good but not your typical walleye fillet.
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Report | 5 years ago
I was upset that they didn't honor my groupon for the full amount, they only would take it at face value. They said they were under new owners. They should have let groupon know that!
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Report | 5 years ago
They did not let us use our full value groupon. It was only good for the $15.00. Too bright in restaurant and no music. Food was ok.
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Report | 5 years ago
Was sad that the Groupon special wasn't recognized and we only got the face value. Also - since your business seems to be really slow, you may want to make sure the correct phone number is listed on a website search. I called several times to see if you were open and the number that comes up on Goggle searches in incorrect and leads on to believe you are not open.
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Report | 5 years ago
I liked that they honored the Groupon even though they are under new ownership.
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Report | 5 years ago
You won't be in business long unless you make some huge changes!!
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Report | 5 years ago
Woodsmans Grill, We had been to your restaurant before it closed and loved your menu. The food was incredible. I recommended it to just about everyone I talked to. Unfortunately, our experience today was not the same. It was our first time in since you reopened. The food quality was just not there and, instead of feeling like we had eaten a fine, healthy meal, we both got heartburn. We also noticed you have no venison on your menu or the salad with venison which were our favorite things to order. Instead of a unique, top quality menu, it was like any other restaurant. Extremely slow service. Sadly, would not recommend. Please put it back the way it was.
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Report | 5 years ago
Quality of food is amazing! Though menu was confusing saying breakfast was until 3 which wasn't the case and were out of a few things my party wanted to try. We will be returning!
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From Our Editors

Shawn Richardson and his hunting buddies were on a fishing trip, exchanging stories and admiring the natural beauty of Lake Superior when one of the fellas struck on a crazy idea. Fun as it was to traipse around the coniferous wilderness—he explained as his friends’ rapt expressions held steady through intermittent bites of newly caught walleye—it seemed a shame that lake-fresh fish and wild game had to be wrested from the cruelly indifferent hands of nature. What if a person need only reach out a fork to enjoy nature’s spoils?

Long after the trip had ended, that notion reverberated down the mental corridors of Shawn, himself a seasoned chef. Every time he joylessly cut a piece from a flavorless slab of frozen fish, or played an idle game of Oregon Trail it would return anew, like an unscratched itch. Finally, one morning—with resolve etched into his steely face—he said goodbye to his mounted yeti head, threw sand over the bonfire flickering on top of his living room coffee table, and strutted out the door to open up a neighborhood joint of his own, where he could serve fresh and local wild game.

Today, Woodsmans Gril’s kitchens sizzle with 13 types of unique game, including elk, bison, walleye, and quail. Shawn smokes his the meats himself onsite, while conducting a kitchen staff as they prepare an innovative menu that has enticed the palates of ABC Newspapers. Servers carry the weighty plates out into the dining room, where Shawn's taxidermy mounts gaze down from brick walls, and color photographs of wild deer, flapping fish, and rugged escaped bank tellers adorn the tables.

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