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my husband and I will be in Duluth at the end of the month. Does anyone have restaurant recommendations? Thanks!

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  1. There's a couple threads on Duluth on the Great Lakes board.

    1. Here's a link that'll find some Duluth recommendations:

      http://www.chow.com/search?query=dulu...

      Also, do a search on heavytable.com for Duluth - they have good info from a local writer.

      Enjoy your trip!

      1. I love Little Angies and also Pizza Luce.

        1. OK, here are a few of our favs:

          http://www.nokomisonthelake.com/ - high end, eclectic beautiful view of Lake Superior.

          http://www.sceniccafe.com/ Have had pretty good meals here w/lovely garden out front across from the lake.

          http://www.astccc.net/ Sara's Table Chester Creek Cafe, homey in an east hillside neighborhood w/lake view deck, homemade pies, friendly service, browse the bookshelves - click on "other menus", as "tonight's dinner" doesn't seem to be working.

          http://www.vabenecaffe.com/va-bene-ca... -On Superior St. serving breakfast, lunch & dinner w/lake deck over the water-more or less, serving modern Italian w/selection of gelatos & other enticements.

          http://www.grandmasrestaurants.com/be... -Bellisios at Canal Park on the lake-have had some good lunches here & sat outside weather permitting.

          http://www.nwsmokehaus.com/ -Nothernwaters Smokehouse(across from Bellisios)has great sandwiches w/smoked fish, etc. - eat them there or pick up for a picnic.

          http://www.pickwickduluth.com/ -old standby & local institution for Duluthians for decades w/lake views.

          http://www.mysammys.com/index2.shtml Old pizza favorite for many of us who grew up in Duluth & always stop by when back in town from Boston.

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          Chester Creek Cafe
          1902 E 8th St, Duluth, MN 55812

          1. If you're into beer, Fitgers is good for their beer (they brew their own). The food is perfectly serviceable too.

            I am enamored with the Positively Third Street bakery too, for cookies (Thunder cookies are probably their most famous) and the ultra neighborly hippe vibe.