Shoreview is a city in Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 25,043 at the 2010 census. In 2008, Shoreview ranked fourth in a Family Circle list of best family towns.
Restaurants in Shoreview
4.5 based on 823 reviews
This Classical Renaissance-style Cathedral dating back to 1915 features a splendid interior of six chapels, imported marble columns, large statues of the four evangelists and beautiful rose windows.
It was a nice walk from downtown St. Paul to the cathedral. It sits on the hill overseeing the city...the interior is majestic, worth going in to have a sit down and just mesmerised in the ambience. Highly recommended.
3.5 based on 23 reviews
Our boys love to go to the trampoline park and wear off some energy. They especially like the dodgeball. My husband and I got out there, too, and it was good fun exercise, but it reminded me that I'm not a kid any more!
5 based on 5 reviews
The course was in wonderful shape so very very great and well maintained. Enjoyed starting 7:45 a.m. still lots of dew on the grass. when we were golfing experienced very respectful grounds crews. Perfect 9 hole right in the middle of New Brighton.
4 based on 28 reviews
We had a Groupon which gave a fantastic deal! The staff here is awesome and friendly! The brewery is very cozy and cool! The beer is delicious and so many options! Newer, clean, big, food trucks outside by patio, nice local location, everything! We love this place! They make vodka gin etc too!!!!!
4 based on 9 reviews
Hard to find a good bowling alley these days - but this is it. Nice lanes, up-to-date equipment, cosmic bowling, other games - and CLEAN. There's also a bar with drinks/food and NICE looking pizza. Also, liked the staggered seating/tables so you're not sitting right across from the people next to you. First time there - but we'll be back.
4 based on 5 reviews
A local dive that offers cold beer, popcorn and a relaxed atmosphere. Easy to get to, lots of parking makes this a comfortable place to grab a brew
5 based on 15 reviews
This is a beautiful park in a suburban setting. The paved paths are well-maintained. The clubhouse building has a large party room and a small meeting room. There's a large patio with fireplace overlooking the lake. It's a great place to watch birds. There are frequent activities including a concert series in the outdoor amphitheatre (bring your own chair or sit on the lawn). It is a popular venue for indoor & outdoor weddings
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Visiting family who recommended this place to have the kids burn energy off regardless of weather.
This place is very nice. I'm jealous. Makes our home community center look like a "JV" facility. This one is varsity level as far as young kids are concerned. Kiddie pool area with small slide, Lilly pads with cargo net above to hold on to, big pool no deeper than 4'6" with volleyball area, basketball hoop and three giant floating sea creatures. Hot tub (age 18+ only) and a long water slide where you can choose a song to listen too on the way down complete with coordinated flashing lights.
We also visited the indoor play area, kids 1-12. (Remember socks!). Kinda of like a place place at a fast food place, but 5-6 times larger.
For our non-resident day pass a family of 4 was $36.
4.5 based on 940 reviews
Always 12 days of fun ending Labor Day, the Great Minnesota Get-Together welcomes nearly 2 million guests annually to a world-class showcase of livestock, agriculture, horse, art, talent and creative activities competitions; 500 food items; 900 free entertainment shows; the Mighty Midway and Kidway; Grandstand concert series; 1,000 vendors; exhibits for kids and adults; and more!
The MN State Fair, also known as the Great MN Get Together, is a fun experience with something for everyone. Great food (even some gluten free options), love the parade, the buildings with educational and inspirational information, the animals and of course the variety of shows, many that are free.
5 based on 50 reviews
The nature center has a nice garden and play area for children. In the summer they have fun summer camps for kids and during the school year they offer a nature centered preschool. They also offer many classes and some free activities thru out the year. My kids have participated in many classes, camps and my youngest went to the preschool. It's a great place for children to learn about nature. It's also has some nice trails to take a walk.
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