Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Minneapolis: Dick's Last Resort




July 17, 2019

Visit Minneapolis: Dick's Last Resort

We passed by Dick's Last Resort while in Nashville, and I had no idea it was a kid-friendly spot.  We ended up going to the location in Mall of America.

They deliver "service with sarcasm," and they make sure to tell all guests not to take anything personally.
Fair-Style Cheese Curds

Dick's Juiciest Lucy
Macho Nachos
The cheese curds were addicting.  The Juicy Lucy was a must-try, since after all, it was invented in the state (a Juicy Lucy is a burger with cheese in the middle of the patty vs on top the patty).  I had the nachos, but subbed in tots (because I just can't resist tots!).

A kids meal is available with nothing over $5.99.
Fry'd Chicken Tenders

Big Fry'd Shrimpies

Ma N' Cheez

A funny aspect of the dining experience at Dick's Last Resort is how the server will make hats and write statements on them to describe the wearer.  Everyone in my family got a hat.  My hat said "I put the 'pro" in procreate."  Two of my sons' hats read:

We thought the hats were hilarious and witty.

The service was actually a lot nicer than I had expected (I guess they were easy on us because we had little kids), but it was still a fun experience over all.

Dick's Last Resort
Mall of America®
402 South Avenue
Bloomington, MN 55425

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