North Shore Dish
By Maren Webb
Each December, my Mom and I mark the start of the holiday season with a trip to our alma mater for Gustavus Adolphus College’s Christmas in Christ Chapel and the accompanying smörgåsbord dinner. When I was a student, we all knew when it was the smörgåsbord
By Maren Webb
On the North Shore, pie is a year-round affair. During certain seasons it makes a special appearance, often as we gather with family and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving. A slice of pie may bring to mind memories of our grandmothers or a hole-in-the wall restaurant
Looking for a place that offers more than just burgers and fries? Many restaurants along the North Shore offer sophisticated and affordable dining, great for all occasions.
Splashing Rock Restaurant, part of Grand Superior Lodge in Two Harbors, offers nice dining with a
There’s an unexpected eating establishment tucked away behind 8 Broadway Art Gallery and the Beaver House building in downtown Grand Marais. If you’re caught in conversation while walking by, you’re likely to miss the white food truck parked in
There’s a large blue and white striped tent perched in the northwest corner of Thomas Owens Park in Two Harbors. Most Saturday mornings, this is where you’ll find Ian Fritz and his dog Pretzel.
“Every week I try to buy something. Last week I bought some maple syrup. This week I bought a book
People are particular about burgers. Nothing starts a raging discourse amongst friends like someone declaring that (insert restaurant here) has the best burger. Everyone’s got an opinion, and when the “best burger” attributes are thrown around, things get intense: people