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The Fisher
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 12:57 PM 08/09/07 (CST)
I need to find a couple of recommendations for places to eat north of Duluth on Hwy 61 somewhere between Two Harbors and Grand Portage. Preferably the kind of place you can sit down and the food is similar to good home cooking. We will be hitting that stretch in the evening, and it has been a few years, so I really do not remember any specific places. The ones I do recall had northwoods style atmosphere and the menu's reflected the natural food of the area.. fish, wild rice, berries, that kind of stuff. Anything along that line would be good. Thanks for any input!

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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 03:08 PM 08/09/07 (CST)
Fisher, indeed there is some great restaurants up in those parts. I'm not sure the names or exact locations although I do know if you stay on the scenic highway that runs along side Superior there are all kinds of good places along there. Fish and chips, walleye and wild rice. I bartend in the evenings and I will ask around for you. If I find any in particular I will let you know. Enjoy your trip!


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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 01:25 PM 08/10/07 (CST)
I'm sure its' too late now, but a LOT of Duluth people actually take 61 up to Two Harbor's to eat at Culver's, even choosing it over the Superior location.



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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 05:45 PM 08/12/07 (CST)
Sportsnut..

Culvers as in ButterBurgers and Milkshakes Culvers? I guess if that is the chain at least you know what to expect for food since it is franchised... but I am hoping for something a little more "homey" with a northwoods atmosphere. You may be refering to a different Culvers all together though... still looking if anyone has an idea.

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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 07:58 PM 08/12/07 (CST)
Right on the main drag in Two Harbors, there is a home-style type place that serves all the traditiopnal fare. It's been a few years, but I remember enjoying the food there. I think the name of it was Black Wood's Bar & GrillBlack. You also have the Splashing Rock Restaurant at Grand Superior Lodge, though I've never eaten there. Both of these are on 61. Also I've eaten at Judy's Cafe which is more like a small diner type experience, but the food was good. This is also on 61.

Hope this helps...




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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 10:50 PM 08/13/07 (CST)
I'm the chef at the birch terrace in grand marais, steak house/
supper club, type food. fun bar. send a message on what your looking for, i'll send ya in the right direction. thanks chris
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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 12:29 PM 08/14/07 (CST)
Since Culver's isn't what is looked for, then Blackwood's sure won't be, it's only a "chain" also, there's a few of them in this area, though ours in Cloquet became Grandma's and now Applebee's.



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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 01:16 PM 08/14/07 (CST)
Hey thanks for the ideas guys. Plenty there to find a good place to eat going up and coming back.

Chris.. exactly where is the Birch Terrace located at? How are the steaks? That sounds like it would be a good choice for one of the stops.

For the other stop I will try to eat somewhere that has a bit of menu focus on local foods (fish, wild rice, berries, etc.)

Thanks again guys!

Jason
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Daily Subscription Msg 9 Posted: 02:23 AM 08/16/07 (CST)
Everyone raves/talks about Betty's Pies in Two Harbors.. it's right off of Hwy 61 (1633 hwy 61)...

their website is down right now, not sure if that means anything or not.



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Daily Subscription Msg 10 Posted: 06:28 PM 08/16/07 (CST)
I have neen told Nokomi's is good. I have never been there myself so I don't know exactly where it is located, but I know it is somewhere near Two Harbors. Anyone know the exact location?


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