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Overall pretty good. The restaurant was out of the ramen noodle dish, my daughter wanted it. She instead ordered chicken strips off the kids meal (she is in age requirements) the waitress did a chicken strip platter, instead which was considerably more. We were told we would be charged for a kids meal by a lead and to enjoy the platter. The adjustment didn't reflect on the bill. She also brought out adult glass cups for the kids meals, ok for the older child, not for a 5 year old. Food was excellent quality. Another annoying thing is the waitress kept bending across the table to refill glasses, exposing breast cleavage out her shirt into my husband's face. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Grandma’s Saloon & Grill is a casual but lively adventure to the past where value and customer service are at the center of everything we do. You’re surrounded by authentic antiques, collectibles, and staff ready and willing to please. The award winning food includes overstuffed sandwiches and burgers; USDA choice steaks; house specialty pasta and wild rice dishes; appetizers include nationally recognized homemade onion rings, chicken wings, and stuffed mushrooms. It’s an eyeful as a mouthful. The legacy of customer satisfaction has been handed down by the Italian immigrant who started it all, “Grandma” Rosa Brochi. Everything she did in her early boarding house included “100% customer satisfaction,” words that we still live by today. Grandma’s Saloon & Grill is real history, real antiques, real service, and really good food! Located at the foot of the historic Aerial Lift Bridge, at the tip of Lake Superior. Seasonal deck dining and the rooftop lounge includes this spectacular view.
A visit to this exciting Tex Mex atmosphere isn’t dangerous, but it’s a whole lot spicier than your everyday life. It’s not too hot, mind ya, it’s just full of flavor! Little Angie’s Cantina is the kind of place where the food is so fresh it’s sizzling at your table. Original artifacts from the Southwest create a real wild West setting right here in the Midwest. At Little Angie’s it’s okay to laugh out loud and fill up on our fresh homemade salsa and corn tortilla chips. Signature items include: sizzling hot fajitas on cast iron skillets; fresh made burritos, enchiladas, and chimichangas all served with a varieties of rice and sauces, distinctly Little Angie’s recipes; a wall of tequila and hundreds of combinations of house-specialty margaritas and mojitos. Little Angie’s is the place to enjoy a little more than you ought to. Break the rules, so to speak. Seasonal deck dining overlooking beautiful Lake Superior in Canal Park, Minnesota.More
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Located two and a half hours north of Minneapolis, Duluth offers a surprising array of cuisine from comfort food to haute cuisine. The city, perched on a 700-foot hill overlooking Lake Superior, offers both scenery and history. While you may travel here for the hiking, you will definitely stay for the dining. The historic Canal Park section of downtown features everything from lumberjack-themed steakhouses with sizzling sirloins and elk burgers smothered in cheese to family-run Italian eateries making homemade pasta. Mexican grills replete with seemingly endless brands of tequila only add to the fun. Venture a little west to the Lincoln Park neighborhood to enjoy its microbreweries as well as its micro-bakeries, proof that innovative cuisine is not limited to the Twin Cities. Duluth requires multiple visits as its restaurant scene continues to expand.