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Farley's Restaurant Opening Location on Duluth's Superior Street

Updated: 04/10/2014 10:57 PM
Created: 04/10/2014 10:49 PM WDIO.com

Downtown Duluth is getting a new, yet familiar, restaurant.  

Farley's Grill is getting some final touches put on Thuesday night as they get ready to open on Monday.

Owner Kelly Trumpold, an award winning chef, already owns and operates Farley's Family Restaurant in Hermantown.  

This second location, called Farley's Grill, is located on Superior Street across from the Holiday Center. It is opening in the former Z's Deli storefront.

It will be open seven days a week and eventually will offer delivery too.  

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