If you're staying in a hotel in Canal Park, the Midi is a lovely mile walk up the shore. Once there, you have a choice of dining inside or on their porch. Both have superb views over the Lake, with the beach curving toward the Lift Bridge to your right, and everything from ore ships to tiny sails on the water as far as you can see. It's especially impressive when a large ship comes out of the ship channel and steams away toward the horizon. After dinner, you can pretend to make up for overeating by walking the mile back to your hotel.
We ate here two nights in succession, having various pasta dishes and sea foods. All were fine, though the real triumph was the walleye. It was served with wild rice - not a few grains of wild rice mixed in with white rice, but 100% dark wild rice - fixed just right. The wine list was interesting - not just the usual huge wineries - though we had to send back a bottle of Mad Housewife. (We now know what drove her mad.) We had different waitresses each night: one was average, the other was outstanding. We will certainly eat here again, though next time we hope it's warm enough to sit on their patio; the view will be even better.
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