A good choice of 3, 4, 5 and 6 course meals with a sorbet in the middle. Each course had several selections to choose from. We did not see an ala carte menu, but you don't need it. You can order with or without the wine paring, which adds about $5 per course, but was definitely worth it. They had steak and chicken, but also walleye, lamb chops, king salmon, pork, seafood, and tofu vegetarian meals. Normally when there are so many choices the quality suffers, but so far we have not experienced that over the 3 years we have been there. The menu changes from time to time, but we only go once a year while on vacation, so we don't know how often. The courses are definitely foodie quality, with flavorful and artistic presentations. There is quite a bit of innovation and use of local ingredients. This time there was a Minnesota duck prosciutto with local cheeses, deep fried olives and lavosh in one of the cold starters. It is a lodge on a small lake with views everywhere. It is a little pricey. We had the 3 and 5 course meals and, without tip, it was $151, but we feel it is worth it for something that is quite unique to the MN lake country area. It is definitely #1 for sit-down, quality dining in the area.
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