The 10 Best Restaurants In Plymouth, Massachusetts

Samuel Spencer

Plymouth is a city that has gone from strength to strength in the last decade. Some of its best culinary hotspots have been around for a lot longer, with the best new restaurants looking to these landmarks for inspiration. Discover some of these new start ups and familiar favorites with our guide to Plymouth’s best dining establishments.

A Signature Pancake at the Original Pancake House

1. Original Pancake House

Restaurant, American

Cowboy Jacks Interior
Courtesy Anastasia Leahy/Cowboy Jacks
Although it is perhaps not the original Original Pancake House, it is certainly one of the most popular. As well as celebrating the rich Scandinavian history of Minnesota with its lingonberry-laded Swedish pancakes, the waiting staff create an atmosphere where even after one visit you will feel like a seasoned regular, meaning it is not hard to see why this restaurant has become a brunch hotspot in Plymouth.

2. Cowboy Jacks

Cowboy Jacks

Cowboy Jacks prides itself on two things – the atmosphere created by its staff and its incredible deals. And we mean incredible; as well as two happy hours per night (three until six in the afternoon, 10 until midnight) where most of their delicious food is half-price and beers are two dollars, it also sells half-pound Angus beef burgers every Wednesday 5-10 pm for two dollars. With offers like that and an atmosphere that makes the whole place feel like a family home, it is really time that you visit Cowboy Jacks.

Cowboy Jacks, 4120 Berkshire Lane North, Plymouth, MN, +1 763 559 0257

Signature Ribs at Cowboy Jacks | Courtesy Anastasia Leahy/Cowboy JacksSignature Ribs at Cowboy Jacks | Courtesy Anastasia Leahy/Cowboy Jacks

3. Creekside Café

Cafe, American

Inside the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis, the Creekside Café serves for anything from intimate dining to a 300-capacity ballroom. What sets the Creekside apart is its delicious food, served à la carte on weekdays and buffet-style on weekends. Their Saturday prime-rib buffet and signature dessert buffet are a particular favorite for many looking for a slow paced, relaxed and quiet evening with friends and family.

4. India Palace

India Palace

Indian food in Minnesota has seen a real shift in recent years. With increasing immigration from the southern half of India comes more culinary influences, meaning that with every passing year hotter and hotter dishes are being introduced into the state. For those who still prefer their curries on the less full-on spice end of the taste spectrum, India Palace is a must-visit destination, whether for their evening menu or lunch buffet prepared by Punjabi chefs.

India Palace, Rockford Road Plaza, 4190 Vinewood Lane North, Plymouth, MN, USA, +1 763 383 1880

5. Jake's City Grille

Bar, American

A great all-rounder, Jake’s City Grille offers fantastic happy hours, private dining rooms that offer a great place to host a party or event and, in the summer, a tree-lined patio with stone fireplaces, a bar and a fountain. Whatever the season, though, what Jake’s does best of all is make great food, with an extensive menu that is all about bold flavors, careful cooking and quality cuts of meat and fish.

6. Ketsana’s Thai

Restaurant, American

Ketsanas Thai Restaurant, Plymouth
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The eponymous Ketsana enjoys an incredibly loyal following in the area that gets bigger every day, and it is easy to see why. With everything made fresh to order in the most authentic way possible, it is clear that Ketsana has a real talent for cooking up Thai food. Despite this increasing fan base, Ketsana’s Thai is still a hidden treasure among the many Thai joints in the Twin Cities. Visit now and be the first of your friends to experience Ketsana’s.

7. Kobe

Restaurant, Japanese

Kobe is unofficially known as the sushi capital of Plymouth, and with regular fish deliveries making every hand roll and nigiri as fresh as possible, it is obvious why. Their Pink Lady roll in particular is a delicious treat, up there with the best in the country. If sushi is not your thing, they also offer a great selection of cooked dishes.

8. Latuff's Pizzeria

Restaurant, Italian

A Plymouth institution, Latuff’s makes pizzas laden with cheese and a wide variety of toppings. Owner Mike Latuff has said in interviews that he will not eat anyone’s pizza except his own, and with recipes like the Latuff Special (pepperoni and sausage with olives, peppers and onions) it is not hard to see why. Despite the pizzas, however, the restaurant’s real winner is its acclaimed lasagna, with their take on the classic based around a tomato sauce cooked for five hours, and then baked with their home-made sausage, pasta and five different sorts of cheese.

9. Peg’s Countryside Cafe

Cafe, American

Peg’s has been serving the residents of Plymouth homestyle cooking and comfort food for over 40 years. Visit on Wednesdays when they use Tuesday’s roast chicken to make a delicious, simple soup with a few vegetables and Polish dumplings.

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