Ordering steak at a restaurant sends a strong message to people—you have a healthy appetite, strong teeth, and are suffering from a potentially dangerous iron deficiency. Say it with steak with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Steak-House Cuisine and Drinks
The menu includes calamari with a smoked garlic tartar sauce ($11), free-range chicken marsala with housemade fettuccine ($22), and a seared center-cut filet mignon ($33 for a 6 oz.; $39 for an 8 oz.; $49 for a 12 oz.).
Lord Fletcher's Old Lake Lodge
With a fire burning in a stone hearth and a porch overlooking the iridescent lake, the main dining room at Lord Fletcher's Old Lake Lodge recreates a classic lodge setting. Enjoy a variety of Chef Thomas¹ and Jamie's creations including Reuben Flatbread, Walleye Wild Rice Cakes, Warm Harvest Grain Duck Confit, Gourmet Burgers, Lobster Mac n' Cheese, Braised Lamb Shank, Cedar Plank Roasted Steelhead Trout, Brussels sprouts with gorgonzola and bacon, and more.
Social and corporate lakeside events are held in five private banquet dining rooms, including a pub decorated with English house brass and a nautical room full of sailing artifacts and shelves full of murmuring squid. Over in Lord Fletcher's newly remodeled Oar House, barkeeps pour more than 50 local, craft, and international beers that complement a diverse bar menu. Ten flat-screen TVs keep viewers up-to-date on sports, and sliding glass doors open onto the Wharf, Lord Fletcher's deck overlooking the waters of Lake Minnetonka, which is the size of one football field or 100 one-yard models of football fields. There, chefs whip up casual dishes, bartenders man three full bars, and live musicians keep toes tapping every summer weekend. Competitors serve and spike volleyballs at three lakeside sand courts in warmer months, and broomball leagues kick off each winter when the lake freezes over.
95% of 1,527 customers recommend
“Sunday brunch is my favorite. They always have good food.”
“Fletcher's is the best bar on the lake!”
“Great place especially for Sunday brunch...”