We visited with our two daughters and 1 year old grandson on a Sunday afternoon during our annual fall visit to Grand Marais. No large tables so the 5 of us (including a high chair) were told to sit at the long communal table. Our youngest daughter had eaten here with her husband during their honeymoon in July and raved about the Cuban. It was excellent with the blue corn chips and amazing dip. My husband had fajitas that disappeared rapidly. My older daughter ordered the muffuletta which was good but not what she would call a muffuletta. Little grandson had a PBJ but didn't eat much of it since it was on sourdough bread that was too thick. The selection of beers was great so we tried 3 of the local brews. Service was attentive with the little guy treated well. Prices were somewhat high compared to other taverns.