Kincaid's Fish Chop & Steak

380 Saint Peter St St PaulMN55102
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Kincaid's is located at 380 Saint Peter St Ste 125, Saint Paul, MN. This business specializes in Family Style Restaurants and Steak Houses and has 12 review(s) with a star rating of 4.0.
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Know Before You Go: When you call for a reservation, you'll be asked whether the meal is for a special occasion; if so, you'll be served a special dessert on a decorated plate.
by ezlocal on November 24, 2013 from ezlocal
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Editorial Reviews

"Classic" chain links in Downtown St. Paul and Bloomington, these meateries "still pull in a lot of power players" for "rewarding" steaks and seafood served in "sharp" surroundings lightened up with large windows; "terrific" service and "wonderful", "twice-daily happy hours" are additional assets, so despite murmurs that it's "a little pricey" and "predictable", its target audience calls it...
by zagat on November 20, 2013 from zagat
Kincaid's Fish, Chop & Steak House Restaurant Review:
Service-minded Kincaid's is the place for a business lunch, a pre-concert dinner or a late-night drink. There are no surprises on the classic all-American menu, just solidly prepared and well-presented fare, including a wide range of steaks, chops and simple grilled fish, plus, fresh oysters, a potent Caesar salad and a long list of small plates (crab-filled deviled eggs, Buffalo-style prawns,...
by gayot on October 29, 2011 from gayot
A St. Paul favorite for its dependable service, inspired fare and clubby elegance.:
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Grab a cozy and comfy booth or a window table looking out on Landmark Center. The view inside isn't bad, with frosted glass above dark-wood booths, shiny brass, bar, sandstone...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on July 19, 2006 from Citysearch

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With its rich atmosphere and outstanding cuisine, this is a dining experience that you will surely remember. As the name implies, fish, chops and steak highlight the primarily American menu. An appetizer of fireworks shrimp cocktail, the sauteed scallops or creamy clam chowder will start you off well. For dinner, try Dungeness crab cakes, Mesquite-grilled salmon, Cajun fettuccine with chicken...
by yahoolocal on November 17, 2016 from yahoolocal