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Belgium - Ostend, Diksmuide and Gent

If you are passing through Bruges, I think you would enjoy Lb * DbB (Lunchboutique De belrgde Boterham)- Kleine Sint Ammondstr. - It is about a block off the square, down a side street off Sint Ammondstrasse. 32(0) 50-34 91 31 / wwwdebelegdeboterham.be / Closed on Sundays. Usually 12:00PM is crowded because people in local offices call for reservations (it is small, but the food is excellent / not too expensive.
Right around the corner at 40 Sint Ammondstrasse is Chagall / 050 33 61 12 / www@restaurantchagall.be / Small also, but excellent food / again, price is mid range. This isn't the exact area where you were looking, but I hope this helps!

Oct 20, 2014
RMC in Europe

Hound-worthy and mid-priced in Cincinnati?

If I had the choice between Jean Roberts and Otto's in Covington there is not doubt I would be headed to Covington. Excellent food and service. Make a reservation. As for the places mentioned in OtR, they are all good, and fun too. Senate has a geat menu. If you go to Senate early (before 6PM) you won't have to wait (or not very long), but that might be a little too early for your group, I don't know.
I've had some great meals at Virgil's in Bellvue, KY too. I live near Loveland so I am not just plugging KY restaurants.
Wildflower in Mason is excellent also, but that might be too far north for you. It is also less formal, but excellent food! There are a lot of great places to eat in Cincinnat that are less expensive than what I have mentionded here, but since you mentioned Jean Robert's I've tried to stay with places that are in that range. I wouldn't consider Jean Robert's moderate unless you are from one of the coasts, or Chicago.

Dec 31, 2013
RMC in Great Lakes

Nothing fancy, just good food! 5th Arrondissment, Dinan (area), Bayeux and Honfleur.

We will be spending two weeks in France, one week in Paris and the other week driving from Dinan to Honfleur and back to Paris. Aftert two days spent near the Montparnasse Train Station we will be taking a train to Rennes, then renting a car and driving to Dinan (three nights), to Mont St. Michel and on to Bayeux (2 nights), then on to Honfleur (2 nights), then to Giverny and back to Paris (5 nights in the 5th Arr.).
We love good food and we also enjoy the challenge of finding great little restaurants that are not fancy, nor very expensive (expensive is relative). I’m not saying budget or cheap restaurants, but we find that our most enjoyable meals are at restaurants in the middle of the price scale, but many of our great meals have been at little, family places with no curb appeal. For years expense accounts allowed for meals at more expensive places, but that is no longer an option. Chow Hound contributors have been wonderful in providing excellent suggestions over the years, but all of our past travels (using Chow Hound) have been in North America, so this will be the first time we have tried Chow Hound for anywhere in Europe. We have been to France before (10 days in Paris over Bastille Day several years ago), but never to Brittany or Normandy, or to this particular Arrondissment. Thank you very much for your help.

Sep 02, 2013
RMC in France

Where to eat in the Golden Isles.

Thank you. Tim Tup is a great recommendation and I can tell that Indigo sa must.

Dec 12, 2012
RMC in Southeast

Where to eat in the Golden Isles.

Thanks for the info about this thread. I've looked at it and have gootten some goood ideas.

Dec 12, 2012
RMC in Southeast

Where to eat in the Golden Isles.

My wife and I will be spending a few days on Jekyll Island after Christmas and I am hoping to get some great recommendations from Chow Hound. I have seen some good things written about Indigo Coastal Shanty in Brunswick and Palmers Village Cafe on Saint Simon's Island.
In our case, good food always trumps curb appeal. I love BBQ, but BBQ does not like me. Pretty much the same with a lot of other fried foods also. I’m OK with fried seafood, but I prefer blackened. After so many Prilosecs I've learned my lesson. Thank you very much for your help!

Dec 10, 2012
RMC in Southeast

Minnesota Road Trip

I can’t thank you all enough. There were more suggestions of great places to eat than we could try on this trip. Between seeing old friends and family, and strolling down memory lane (my wife and I met and dated and got married in the Twin Cities 38 years ago) we didn’t have time to enjoy half of them. I now have a great list for our next visit.
I’ve tried to list the places chronologically where we stopped during our two weeks in Minnesota. Other places where we grabbed a quick bite to eat or have a coffee that are pretty common (Panera, McDonald’s, etc.) I left off this list. I also didn’t want to take up your time with the details of what we ate. I have been doing that on Trip Advisor, but I didn’t want to get too wordy here. Again, thank you all for your advice. There are so many places that we did not get to (especially the Food Trucks in downtown Mpls.) but they are at the top of the list for our next visit to God’s Country.
Grand Shanghai (Grand Avenue – Saint Paul) – Food, just food!
Jake O’Connor’s Pub / Excelsior – A very nice little place on Water Street in Excelsior for lunch or dinner.
Pairings Food Market / Minnetonka – What a Great Find. They had everything we needed for a great little picnic on Lake Calhoun. Wonderful food and wine!
Sunsets / Wayzata / This place is a tradition for us. Good food and a very nice location on Lake Minnetonka.
Blue Point / Wayzata / A great happy hour and excellent food.
Scotty B’s / Mound / This is a nice little, local, place for breakfast in downtown Mound.
Quang / Minneapolis / One of the highlights of our trip. Wonderful Vietnamese food! It seems that everyone else knows how good the food is here very too. There was a short wait, but the food is well worth the wait.
Sea Change Restaurant at the Guthrie Theater – The food is OK. Probably a little expensive for what you get, but you are at the Guthrie! If I had it to do over again, I would have gone down to Nicolet and looked for a food truck!
Bryant Lake Bowl / What a breakfast! The experience of eating a wonderful breakfast, sitting next to a bar, in the front of a bowling alley, is something you won’t soon forget.
Brits Pub / Minneapolis / What a fun way to end the evening. We saw play at the Guthrie then decided to stop at Brits before heading back tour hotel. We went up to the patio which is around the Lawn Bowling Green. It was great people watching and fun food. Scotch eggs, mmmmmm!
Mara Mi / Stillwater – Nice little place to grab a cup of coffee and a pastry. What an unusual set up. Coffee shop and ice cream in a stationery store. I can’t get over the combination. Very creative.! By the way, you can spend a lot of time (and maybe money too) browsing in the stationery part. It is huge.
Sara’s Table / Duluth – We found this place a couple years ago. It is not far from UMD. Wonderful food, any time of the day.
Va Bene / Duluth / Very good Italian food. If the weather is nice, ask for a table on the deck. You can hear the waves from Lake Superior breaking on the shoreline just below you.
Fitger’s Brewhouse / Duluth / I wasn’t really looking forward to eating at Fitgers, but I got the surprise of the trip here. The Smoked Fish over greens and Wild Rice was just what my Minnesota Wannabe heart was craving! It was wonderful! The Pint of local beer didn’t hurt.
Great Lakes Candy Kitchen / Knife River, MN – If you are heading up, or coming back from, the North Shore and your “sweet tooth” is Jonesing for something really good, this is definitely the place. You will need to get off the freeway and drive down into the little village of Knife River, which is about a dozen miles north of Duluth on the road that parallels the shoreline. The selection is amazing.
The rest of the trip was pretty unspectacular until we stopped at Zingerman’s Deli in Ann Arbor, MI. We drove back to Cincinnati via the Upper Peninsula. The UP is one of our favorite places so it is always easy to make the decision to head home through Michigan. We discovered Zingerman’s a few years ago on Chow Hound. We were meeting friends in Ann Arbor for a wedding and I checked out Chow Hound fro places in Ann Arbor. After looking at the website I decided that we needed to check it out. WOW. It is as good, and probably even better, than what everyone writes. There are multiple locations in Ann Arbor and they are all wonderful. If you are ever headed in that Direction (Ann Arbor – Detroit), don’t miss Zingerman’s.

Aug 06, 2012
RMC in Minneapolis-St. Paul

Cincinnati -UC college graduation - need lunch and dinner ideas for next weekend...help!

Excellent recommendation! Any place that serves 8 fresh soups daily has got to be doing something right. Myra's is very small and very "funky." It has seating for about 20, inside, but the food is wonderful. Moslty Middle Eastern, but some South American, etc.,also. I think Myras has been open for over 30 years now and it usually caters to UC students and professors. It is very close to campus, just about 8 blocks east of Cilantro on Calhoun. It is also very reasonable.

Jun 05, 2012
RMC in Great Lakes

Cincinnati -UC college graduation - need lunch and dinner ideas for next weekend...help!

I have heard very good things about La Poste, but we have not been there yet. I think a lot of people going to the graduation at UC are thinking just like you, so you are probably going to run into crowds where ever you go, especially near the campus. There are lots of good little place along Ludlow, but I am sure they will be packed. If your heart is set on eating in that area, by all means, make a reservation.
Here are a few other spots on Ludlow:
Habanero – Written up as serving the best burrito in Cincinnati a few years ago.
Ambar Indian Restaurant- Also known as one of the best Indian Restaurants in Cincinnati (next door to Habanero)
One thing I might consider for dinner (I know you didn’t want to drive) is to take Vine Street from UC down the hill toward downtown and eat in what is known as the Gateway District. This is in the block of Vine Street north of 12th. There are wonderful restaurants lining both sides of the street.
Senate – Very eclectic menu – Lobster BLT, Hamburger, Mussels, Gourmet Hotdogs, Truffle Fries – it is all wonderful!! http://www.senatepub.com
A Tyvola – Italian, not the kind of Italian that you are probably used to in NE Ohio (I grew up near Youngstown), but very good. Gourmet pizzas, etc. Also very good.- http://www.atavolapizza.com/
Lavomatic - www.lavomaticcafe.com
Bakersfield - http://www.bakersfieldotr.com
Local 127 - http://www.mylocal127.com/
Taste of Belgium - http://www.authenticwaffle.com
I’m sure there may be others, but I just can’t think if them right now.
If you are familiar with the Flats in Cleveland, this area is what they were like in their heyday. There are other places I could recommend, but this area is relatively close to UC, but you would need to take your car, or take a taxi. This area is extremely popular in the evenings, but if you get down there by 6:00PM, you should not have a long wait, if any. It is very easy to get on I-71 from here if you are leaving right after dinner.

Jun 04, 2012
RMC in Great Lakes

Minnesota Road Trip

Thank you MPSD for this information about places up north. I knew we weren’t going to starve when we head north, but like so many road trips we’ve taken in the past, we usually end up somewhere because of the number of cars in the parking lot. That isn’t always the best barometer, but it works much of the time. I have to admit, I have some terrible meals using that criteria, so it is nice to have some specific recommendations.

Jun 04, 2012
RMC in Minneapolis-St. Paul

Minnesota Road Trip

Food trucks are starting to make an impact in Cincinnati also. We lived near New Haven, CT, for several years before moving back to the Midwest and food trucks are a common sight in the east. There is some wonderful food being offered by some of these trucks. Thank you very much for this information. I never would have thought of this, but I’ll look for them now. My wife and I enjoy spending time in downtown. I think Minneapolis is one of those special places like Boston, Seattle, Denver, the near Northside of Chicago, etc., where some of the city’s best restaurants and bars are right downtown and people go into the city from the suburbs, or live right in the area, and patronize these places. We were amazed one time a few years ago while we were sitting at Brit’s Pub at 10:30PM on a weeknight and the street was packed. That is just one example of why we think Minneapolis (actually Saint Paul too) is a special place.

Jun 04, 2012
RMC in Minneapolis-St. Paul

Cincinnati Dining Dilemna

I’m probably posting this too late for you, but I’ll write it anyway. You’ve received some great recommendations here already. I’ve had some great meals at Virgil’s, Brown Dog is very good too (very easy to get to if you are out in the NE suburbs), and there are several other places her I need to try. My never fail place to take my wife is to Senate though. This restaurant is located in the Gateway area of Over the Rhine. The restaurants located down in this area make you feel more like you are in NYC, San Francisco, Boston, Minneapolis, etc., not in Cincinnati. That is to Cincinnati’s credit. A Tyvola about 20 steps from Senate is also very good. There are several great bars in this area for an after dinner drink also. We live about 3 miles from the restaurant you asked about in Mason, but we gladly make the 20 mile drive down to the Gateway area for a night out.

May 31, 2012
RMC in Great Lakes

Minnesota Road Trip

You've all given me some great advice. Thank you very much. We will be staying with friends in Minnetrista for a couple days so we will be trying a few places for lunch and dinner around Lake Minnetonka, then we move to a hotel near the University for a few days before heading to Duluth. We are blessed with some decent burger places here in Cincinnati, but this area is not known for great ethnic food. The other end of the state of Ohio (near Cleveland, Akron - Canton, Youngstown) is know for great Italian, Polish, Hungarian, Kosher, etc. restaurants. I'm originally from that area and grew up eating those kinds of foods.
In all my reading I’ve noticed that Minneapolis / Saint Paul seems to be very proud of the restaurants serving food from Southeast Asia (Viet Nam, Cambodia, etc.), so we are looking forward to trying some of those restaurants too. On a trip a couple years ago we went with old friends to Heartland. Great food. We're not averse to trying more expensive places, but when you are traveling for a couple weeks you can only enjoy, and afford, so many expensive places. Also, most of my favorite and memorable meals have come from smaller, family owned places, which usually are inexpensive to medium priced restaurants. Many with terrible curb appeal (i,e. Anchor Bar – Superior, WI), but wonderful food and the place itself really adds to the experience.
If you ever come through Cincinnati, definitely try the Chili. It is very different here. It is served over pasta with grated cheese on top. Not what you would expect when you order chili. Thanks again for all your wonderful advice.

May 31, 2012
RMC in Minneapolis-St. Paul

Minnesota Road Trip

The Grand Avenue recommendaton is great, but you've really got me thinking about the Brasa Rotisserie. I have seen Alma mentioned on a lot of threads and I have it on my list, but Brasa Rotisserie will probalby be much easier on my wallet. I imagine I can check out the menu on line beforehand.
Here are a few other places that are on my list are:
1) Saffron
2) Sun Street Breads
4) Al's Breakfast
4) Bulldog NE
5) Piccolo
and they also mentioned Kramarczuk's, but we've been there many times iover the past years.
Thanks ofr your help!

May 22, 2012
RMC in Minneapolis-St. Paul

Minnesota Road Trip

I have been looking at other chow hound threads and Quang seems to come up in a lot of them. Thank you both for the advice. It sounds great.

May 22, 2012
RMC in Minneapolis-St. Paul

Minnesota Road Trip

My wife and I will be travelling to Minnesota from Ohio in July. We will be in the Twin Cities for part of our visit, as well as in Duluth and we will also be taking a short trip Itasca State Park. We have lived in the Twin Cities twice in the past, but that was a long time ago (the Lincoln Del was still packing them in, at all their locations) but we could really use some advice about where to eat now.
We’re specifically looking for ideas for great food at more modest restaurants. We are open to any kind any kind of ethnic food (we love Thai, Vietnamese, Indian, etc.). When we lived in Saint Louis Park, or later in Excelsior, we tried lots of interesting places at the time (510 Groveland, New French Café, The Lexington, etc.) but we are retired now and the expense account meal is a memory from the past. We spend a lot of time in Duluth because of relatives and we love the Anchor Bar in Superior, WI, the new Scenic Café, Northern Waters Smokehaus, Sarah’s table at Chester Creek Café, etc., but we just don’t know the Twin Cities as well. My wife is a Katie so we never head back to Ohio without having a meal at Cecil’s in Highland Park. Thank you very much for your help.
RMC

May 20, 2012
RMC in Minneapolis-St. Paul

One amazing lunch in Cincinnati

We lived in Cincinnati for 9 years then moved to the New Haven, CT, area. When we retired we moved back to Cincinnati, so we have been busy since 2006 sampling Cincinnati restaurants. John makes and excellent recommendation in his "eat local" suggestion. The Cincinnati style Chili is unique to this part of the country.
Another place we often take visitors is The Montgomery Inn (specifically the one located near downtown called the Montgomery Inn at the Boathouse). Their specialty is BBQ, but the food is not what we take people here for, the atmosphere and the experience is why people from out of town like this place. Besides the environment in restaurant itself, its location on the banks of the Ohio River is quite nice, especially if the weather cooperates. As far as great food goes, there are several other good places to eat (some of them a little funky), but like I said, I think John's recommendation to eat local was "spot on!"

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Montgomery Inn
11314 Tamarco Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45242

Jun 23, 2011
RMC in Great Lakes

Restaurants in Grand Marais [Moved from Minneapolis-St. Paul Board]

I realize these recommendations are not Grand Marais restaurants, but you will be passing right by both them on your way to, and back from, Grand Marais. We were just in northern Minnesota last weekend on our semi-annual visit to Duluth to see family. We try to eat at The New Scenic Café, which is located on the two lane road that runs along the shoreline between Two Harbors and Duluth, every time we travel to this area. This restaurant could hold its own in any major city from NYC to San Francisco! It serves excellent food, more on the gourmet side than traditional North Shore restaurants, but is casual enough that you can stop by wearing tourist clothing. The wine list is very good too.
A little farther north, near Gooseberry Falls (actually in Castle Danger), is the Rustic Café. This restaurant is located on highway 61, just south of all the highway construction, and it was a delightful find on our trip last week. My wife had the Prime Rib, which was large and excellently prepared, my mother-in-law had the Roast Beef Sandwich, which also looked excellent, and I ordered the Lake Trout, which I thought was very good too.
I could mention several other places in the Duluth area where we have found good food too, and some places you probably want to avoid, but your question is about Grand Marais, so I’ll stop here.
The scenery is beautiful where you are going and I hope you have good weather!

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New Scenic Cafe
5461 N Shore Dr, Duluth, MN 55804

Jun 23, 2011
RMC in Great Lakes

The Pickwick Restaurant in Duluth,MN

We will be traveling to Duluth from Ohio in the next couple weeks and I was wondering if anyone can tell me about the Pickwick. We have family in Duluth and we have eaten at the "Pick" for years. I know it was closed but I think it reopened last year but I have not heard anything about the quality of the food, etc. Thanks.

Jun 06, 2011
RMC in Great Lakes

msp to duluth to the canadian border..road trip recco requests

We travel to Duluth every year to visit family. Lots of possibilities. There are several good threads on this website about Duluth from a few years ago. Don't wast your time or money at Hell's Kitchen. At one time it was good, but not any more. Northern Waters is a great recommendation. We are pretty picky about restaurants. The "curb appeal" is not very important to us, but the food has got to be good.
Here is a list:
The Anchor Bar in Superior, WI - The best hamburger and fries in the Upper Midwest. Google it. Don't be frightened by the exterior. This place is the real deal!
Chester Creek Cafe - www.astccc.net - Near the UM Duluth campus. Very nice little place to eat, esp. for breakfast.
Russ Kendall's in Knife River (also on the scenic, shoreline highway to Two Harbors) is famous for a local delicacy, smoked fish. This is a take out kond of place so you can make a lunch and stop along the highway and look at the view of Lake Superior.
New Scenic Cafe - www.newsceniccafe.com (north of Duluth on the scenic highway to Two Harbors) - excellent food - on the gourmet side. Food here is not cheap, but this restaurant could hold its own in Minneapolis, Chicago, NYC, etc. This is really good food!
Betty's Pies - north of Two Harbors - famous for pie, food is ok.

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Betty's Pies
1633 Hwy 61, Two Harbors, MN 55616

New Scenic Cafe
5461 N Shore Dr, Duluth, MN 55804

Chester Creek Cafe
Duluth, MN, Duluth, MN

Hell's Kitchen
310 S Lake Ave, Duluth, MN 55802

Jun 06, 2011
RMC in Great Lakes

cincinnati good food

Very good recommendatons. You might like the pizza at The Works in downtown Loveland. Not Wooster Street in New Haven quality, but where is? We moved back to Cincinnati after spending 14 years in Madison, CT (3 daughters graduated from Daniel Hand - one lives here - "Kate the Great"). Other decent places:
Virgil's - Belvue, KY
Grand Finale - Glendale

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Grand Finale
3 E Sharon Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45246

Sep 23, 2010
RMC in Great Lakes

Bostonians in need of Cincinnati Area Rehearsal Dinner Location

I am sorry that I did not see this any sooner, but I just noticed it. We moved back to Cincinnati in 2006, after spending 14 years in Madison, CT, and I have developed some loyalty for people from New England. I'm not sure where you all will be staying, which would help with my recommendations, but my best recommendation for you is The Grand Finale in Glendale. It is pretty easy to get to, the food will be very good, and it will be reasonable. You are coming here from New England, so the prices here should not be too bad for you. Google this restaurant, then look at Mapquest to see if this location is convenient for you.
Another place I would recommend is the Precinct on Hwy 50 near Hyde Park. The food is excellent here too. This location is closer to downtown. I'm not sure if either of these places have a separate room, but they probably do, so just check with them. There are several other places, but these are my two best recommendations for you not knowing much more about your location, etc.
Go Red Sox! Next year you’ll get those Yankees!

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Grand Finale
3 E Sharon Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45246

Sep 23, 2010
RMC in Great Lakes

New England Style Lobster Rolls Available here??

Great post KTFoley! This pretty much tells it the way it is, whether you pine away for fresh Walleye in Boston, or for fresh Scrod in Minnepolis. Being a Midwesterner, but having recently lived in NE for 14 years, I do get a kick out of the mayonnaise vs.butter battle on Lobster Rolls. Most of us would not know the difference between the two. Prepared the right way, and with chunks of Lobster instead of the salad mentoned in one of these posts, they both are very good!

Jul 14, 2010
RMC in Minneapolis-St. Paul

Hell's Kitchen (Duluth) - A Total Downer [Moved from Minneapolis-St. Paul Board]

I just saw this post and had to say something. My wife and I travel to Duluth twice a year from Ohio. We read about Hell's Kitchen on Chow Hound a couple years ago. When decided to try HK for dinner. We were thrilled with the recommendatons we had received from others who had eaten there. We went back this May and we were shocked at how much this restaurant had changed, both in the quality of the food and the service. After we left we talked about how this place must have been sold . The tip off should have been that at a time when most reataurants are usually packed, HK was empty. There are several other good restaurants in the Duluth / Superior area to compete with this place, so I will not be surprised to see that this place has closed.

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Hell's Kitchen
310 S Lake Ave, Duluth, MN 55802

Jun 30, 2010
RMC in Great Lakes

Lobsters / Seafood in Atlanta

Thank you all for the wonderful advice. We decided to try the Dekalb Farmers Market. it was amazing! The lobsters were between $4-6 per per pound less that we could buy them in Cincinnati (we were visiting relatives in Duluth). We also purchased Mussels, shrimp, a cocunut cream pie, and several other things for our dinner. All the food was great. We visit Atlanta about every other month so your recommendation for the atlanta hwy seafood market in Gainsville is on my list of places to go now also. Again, thank you all very much for the advice!

RMC

Jun 30, 2010
RMC in Atlanta

Lobsters / Seafood in Atlanta

We are planning to cook a seafood dinner in Atlanta (specifically, boiled lobsters). Could someone please telll me the names of the best places In Atlanta to buy seafood? We are out in the NE part of town (Duluth), but we are willing to drive a ways. Are any of these places open on a Sunday? Thank you very much.

Jun 12, 2010
RMC in Atlanta

Seafood in Atlanta

Could someone please recommend places in Atlanta where we could buy fresh seafood? We would lke to continue a family tradition of having a clam bake (including live lobster) this summer. Thanks for your help.
RMC

Jun 06, 2009
RMC in Atlanta

A bit of New York in the Midwest

Corky and Lenny's in Beachwood, OH, (on the far east side of Cleveland) is the real deal. If you are from NY, this place will make you feel right at home.

Apr 19, 2009
RMC in Great Lakes

Mother's Day in Duluth, MN

Thank you all for your suggestions. My wife and I have been to Hell's Kitchen in Duluth and we thought the food was very good. We also drove up the shoreline with my mother in law and had dinner at Betty's Pies last year. The weather was very good so the ride was wonderful. The food, especially the pie, was enjoyable. We've been to the Pickwick several times in the past, and it has always been good, but I was wondering about Fitgers. We live in Ohio now, so we don't get back to the Duluth area as often as we used to, and I was hoping to try somewhere different. Thank you very much for reminding me about the “One Dinner in Duluth” thread. I saw it a year or so ago and that is where I first heard about Hell's Kitchen. There were some other great recommendations also. Le Bistro in Superior sounds interesting. Something that is common to Minnesota and Wisconsin is Supper Clubs. We have lived in several other states, but we’ve never seen Supper Clubs anywhere else. We’ve lived in Minnesota twice and we found some wonderful places near towns like Hibbing, Rhinelander, Eau Claire, etc. that were local Supper Clubs. The food was pretty standard fare, walleye, steaks, and a few other entrées, but in many cases it was very good. If the weather is good, and we might decide to take a short drive, are there any places like this near Duluth?

Apr 18, 2009
RMC in Great Lakes

Mother's Day in Duluth, MN

My wife and I will be travelling to Duluth, MN, for Mother's Day Weekend and I would like recommendations for a restaurant to take my mother-in-law to on Mother's Day. I would like to make reservations soon. Thanks.
RMC

Apr 13, 2009
RMC in Great Lakes