JavaScript is not enabled.
Mojito - 3 Reviews - 4656 Excelsior Blvd, Minneapolis, MN - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (952) 922-6656

Mojito

Claim
marker
4656 Excelsior Blvd
Minneapolis, MN 55416
marker
(952) 922-6656
Incorrect info? Correct your listing

Main categories:

Restaurants

Related categories:

Food & Dining

Reviews

( 0 )
( 1 )
( 2 )
( 0 )
( 0 )

Best

Cheesecake factory?? I don't think so! Although the menu isn't strictly Brazilian, there is plenty to pick from that will please any palate. My experience there was absolutely fab...

Worst

All reviews seem positive

Cure for cabin fever 11/3/2005

As was mentioned, the parkas are on but this restaurant provides a good attempt at "taking you away". Sipping the cool, refreshing Mojitos with sugar cane sticks does not remind me of Minnesota winters. The unique menu items, the fun atmosphere and the great drinks make this a fun place for the winter blahs. I also thought the staff was energetic. Plan on calling a cab if your going to have more than 1 Mojito, though. That added to the cost of your meal, makes for a fairly pricey evening. I think its worth it! more

Perfect for a special occasion 9/8/2005

Cheesecake factory?? I don't think so! Although the menu isn't strictly Brazilian, there is plenty to pick from that will please any palate. My experience there was absolutely fabulous. The "parade of meat" entree was an all-you-can eat selection that included salad, mashed root vegetables, cheesy fried things and your choice of any meat that was traveling around the restaurant. Once we had been eating for about 45 minutes, our waiter came by to make certain we had tried all of the meat available that night. It truly was a fun experience, and the pitchers of mojitos only made it better! This is definitely a place to go for a special occasion--it's so much fun! more

No image

Is this really Brasil 8/17/2005

One might find it a stretch to feel anything like Brazilian in this Cheesecake Factory-like environ along Excelsior Boulevard but they make an attempt. Mojito is the concentrated rum and fruit drink that will make you drop all inhabitions and quite-possibly find you standing on the table with your pants around your ankles if your not careful while vacationing in Rio. But you won't find scenes like that happening too much in St. Louis Park where instead you might find diners who keep their parkas on during dinner. Strolling gauchos come to your table and carve endless portions of churrasco-grilled meat ($32.95 for all you can eat). A Sunday brunch rodizio consists of the gauchos and their meat but add potatoes, eggs scrambled and juice at a more affordable price. Latin dishes include carnitas, empandas and fejoada that you might like to chase with sangria. One member in our party had a lackluster crabcake with sauce but I had a delicious seafood stew. Deserts were delicious especially the passion fruit mousse. more
< Previous 1 Next >

Menu for Mojito




WINTER DISCOUNT :
15% OFF all yearly plans
Use YEAR15 at checkout. Expires 2/28/2017

Best Deals and Recommendations