Gorge on gourmet cuts with today’s Groupon. For $35, you’ll get $75 worth of carnivorous cuisine at Woolley’s Steakhouse, a standout steak house and winner of the 2009 Minnesota Beef Backer award, which awards the first restaurant to serve 2,009 pounds of beef and is not related at all to the year.
Diners can count on finding premium, Certified Angus Beef cuts and fresh seafood flown in fresh. Start with the fried perogies ($8), savory sachets stuffed with brown butter, sage, and caramelized onions, before moving on to the main course. Woolley’s beef must pass 10 specifications beyond those of USDA prime, select-grade beef before it reaches the plate. Cuts range from the modest (6-ounce petite filet, $32) to the massive (16-ounce prime rib, $35), and all come sided with salad, vegetables, and your choice of potato, hash browns, or wild rice pilaf. Pasta, chicken, pork, duck, and seafood are available for non-beef eaters. The independently owned Woolley's is housed in a tropical hotel atrium and offers prime views of running brooks to create a relaxing, upscale atmosphere. It's perfect for all occasions, including business meals, a romantic rendezvous, and celebrating the anniversary of the invention of scissors.
- This place is right in the middle of the Embassy Suites near the airport, but don't let that discourage you for the steak here is some of the best that I have ever had. – OpenTable user who dined on 11/28/2009
- The food was absolutely fantastic. Very high quality. The service was outstanding. – OpenTable user who dined on 11/20/2009
- This evening they had a three piece jazz band; what a delight! – OpenTable user who dined on 10/31/09
Woolley's is an independently owned hidden gem of a restaurant. Here are some great things that are hidden gems:
- Your father's unintentionally hilarious usage of the phrase "good time Charlie" was hidden by his prolonged excoriation of your poor spelling-bee performance.
- Your world record for World's Largest Beard of Bees was hidden behind news stories about America going to war as well as news stories about beards of bees that attack school children.
- The jubilation of the 1858 election of Loring Farnsworth as Mayor of Topeka was hidden by his constant night terrors that garnered him the nickname "The Screaming Mayor."
- The excitement of molding a vase on a pottery wheel is always hidden by the fact that being an artist is fine, but you really wanted to get paid to watch TV commercials all day.
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