Duluth Grill was a great afternoon stop for us. Arriving around 2:30 p.m. on Friday, the good sized restaurant was jammed, but we were quickly and pleasantly accomodated. We shared one of their famed Pastie sandwiches ($10) and a Superior whitefish dinner ($14). Another ordered a vegetable soup which seemed as large as the Caspian Sea. We enjoyed every bit of the entrees and their creative accompaniments. While shopping for some items to commemorate our diner find in Duluth, we happened to meet the owner. He was very friendly and informative, and his commitment to his customers, food, employees and suppliers was evident. Our server was also as friendly as she was efficient. They actually grow some of their foods and otherwise source as much locally as possible. Their main suppliers are listed on the menu. We were also appreciative to learn that they provided health benefits to employees working at least 16 hours a week as well as provide a retirement match. This is truly a place to dine in good conscience.