When here on our honeymoon with local/ TripAdvisor recommendation. Loved it will go back great food reasonably priced for a tourist town.
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One of the best things about travel is finding that great local gem restaurant that you can recommend to fellow travelers. And boy, did I find it here! On my first trip to Duluth, a local wine merchant recommended that I try this place. Not...More
We enjoyed wonderful Italian food while enjoying beautiful Lake views. My husband said his was the best ever and my fettucine was very good. Would definitely return!
In spite of the nice lake view from the lower level "grotto", our food was sub-par. I ordered the mahi-mahi with potatoes and vegetables, which arrived with the fish so overdone that I could hardly cut it. My husband ordered fettuccine with house-made meatballs; both...More
Literally. You feel like you are literally hanging over Lake Superior. It's great to see more and more venues that take full advantage of the beautiful lakefront of Duluth. On top of it, the menu is always interesting. It's a place where you can be...More
The staff is great, the food is not your run of the mill restaurant fare. Something different from what you will find in Canal Park or the Miller Hill area. Overlooking the lake is a great bonus! Dining room is very cozy. Great atmosphere.
Last night in the Duluth/Carlton area, my co-worker and I decided to go a little more out of our way for dinner. Found this restaurant on the lake, very nice place. Great meal, great view, good service. Everything you could want.
Ask to sit on the back porch in any season and you will be right next to the Lake overlooking the Lakewalk and NorthShore railroad right below. Beautiful views of the Lift Bridge and city, especially pretty lit up at night, even better on a...More
A short walk from FITGERS INN. We sat on the upper, outdoor ,covered patio. View of Lake Superior. We shared the Greens/roasted beet salad, which was HUGE. No charge for splitting it for us. They served warm FOCCACIA BREAD with olive oil/balsamic vinegar for dipping.It...More