Eat Downtown Duluth Restaurant Week is Back

Renee Passal
Updated: March 05, 2018 08:04 PM

If you need another excuse to try out a new restaurant or treat yourself to lunch, here it is! It's Eat Downtown Duluth Restaurant Week once again, and that means there are good deals at 20 different places.

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The lunch deal is $10 and the dinner is 2 for $25. Each restaurant has come up with their own delicious options to choose from.

At 310 Pub in Canal Park, the timing couldn't be better. They opened up about a month ago, revamping the former Grizzly's to include a big game area.

General Manager Roger Palmer said, "I think it's important to get your name out there, and be a part of the community. And we have some good items on our Eat Downtown menu."

There, we met the Morales family, which runs their own restaurant called Bucktales Cantina near Pattison Park. Dee Morales said, "It's our day off, and we wanted to come and try out different foods." 

That's the point of the week, plus to generate more buzz downtown. At Toasty's location downtown, Tom Hagen said they are enjoying a really exciting time down there. He's the chef and owner. "The competition is becoming more and more, for retail and in the restaurant business. So we do as much as we can to remind people what the Duluth staples are, and come together as a community."

And even a little closer to the waterfront, The Boat Club was pleased to be a part of the campaign again too. "We had a great one in the fall. It was fantastic. People loved it! They were sad it was over," explained Jason Vincent, co-owner. "It really gives consumers a chance to try out different restaurants, different spaces, and different menus, all at a good price. And then the chefs get to try out new things too!"

Eat Downtown Duluth Restaurant Week runs through Saturday.

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