Gorman’s Restaurant in Lake Elmo
In 1980 Ed and Kathy Gorman bought a barn like building as the White Hat Restaurant. Two decades and two restaurants later, they decided to change the name to Gorman’s Restaurant.
Gorman’s is celebrating over forty years of being more than a restaurant. Their walls are covered in pictures dating back to the 1800’s, sharing the deep history around Lake Elmo. Throughout the restaurant you will also find a variety of historical pieces, including The Deer Mansuer corn planter from the late 1800’s.
Gorman’s is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with breakfast and lunch being served on Sundays. A community favorite is their breakfast, which is served all day!
In addition to offering a drive-through menu, in addition to their dine-in, menu, Gorman’s is known for their Broasted Chicken, a local favorite.
The Lake Elmo in Restaurant and Gorman’s Restaurant are just two of several local establishments where you can enjoy a wonderful meal, and also learn something about Lake Elmo and the surrounding community.
Not far from the beautiful landscape surrounding Wildflower at Lake Elmo, you will find several dining options, which may pleasantly surprise you.
The Lake Elmo Inn Restaurant
Located at 3442 Lake Elmo Avenue North, you will find a special occasion destination, that fits just about any celebration. The Lake Elmo Inn Restaurant has a talented team of chefs who take great care in combing the finest ingredients to create a memorable culinary experience.
The Lake Elmo Inn Restaurant is open for lunch, dinner, as well as breakfast and brunch on the weekend. They have created a comfortable atmosphere for fine dining, without having to drive into the city.
Their Sunday Brunch menu changes weekly. You don’t want to miss trying their Mushroom Risotto or Raspberry French Toast. They also offer a curbside Sunday Champagne Brunch INN a box!