I had the deluxe biscuits and gravy. The fried chicken was a a delicious twist along with sausage and scratch made gravy. We will return.
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From the inventive menu, you'd never guess that this place is a diner. My husband had a wild rice burger, which he loved. I had the lettuce wraps appetizer. The lettuce was too limp to function as a wrap, and the ponzu sauce was too tart for me. Fish or peanut sauce would have been better, but the meat filling... More
We stopped here with my teenage children for supper. The staff was very friendly and our server was excellent. The food is organic and purchased and/or grown locally. We had the chicken cheese melt with onion rings, breakfast skillet, chicken quesadilla, and beef and wild rice bowl. Everything was very good and loaded with flavor. Average meals are between $11-$20,... More
Went to Duluth for a 5 days trip and discovered the Duluth Grill via Trip Advisor! All the food is local and or bio! I went to breakfast every single day of my trip. The food is awesome, try the matcha latte! I ate bowls... soooo good! I suggest you to reserve in advance. It's always full! And I have... More
This place has some really qulity food. Prices are a bit on the higher side but the food and service are top notch. Food was freash, very tasty and they have plenty of staff on hand. Coffee cup nor water glass ever went empty. Definitely a place to go when you are in Duluth.
The food was excellent. We went for brunch on a Sunday and our only complaint was the wait was stated to be 45 minutes and we definitely waited well over an hour. However, our food arrived in a timely fashion once ordered. For it being extremely busy, the waitress was quite pleasant and we fit right in with three kids... More
My wife and I arrived right at lunch time and only had a short time before we were seated. I ordered a cheeseburger, while my wife had gluten free french toast and bacon. My burger was supposed to have cheese on it ( Gouda, I believe) according to the menu, but cam sans cheese. It was still decent and my... More
This place is a former Embers once upon a time. Then the owners decided to take what they had and look at every bit of the business and ask themselves how they could make it better. The result is an amazing local find. They source with over 147 local farmers, apiaries, artists, herbal tea co's, butchers and more. It's over... More
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Hi would like to know what is most popular item to order ? have never been to grill
before and don't want to be disappointed.