Looking for a quick lunch break; try these local grub spots in Duluth



Location: 1032 E 9th St, Duluth MN

This organic grilled cheese shop is perfect for all ages. With this being new to Duluth, it needed something to draw its customers in. They have beer on tap, and an assortment of different snack besides there large selection of sandwiches. The apple fritters with cream cheese, along with root beer floats round up the already stacked and unique menu that Toasty’s brings to Duluth. One regular, Melissa Chapman believe the service couldn’t be better. “The genuine smiles and conversations I have with the employees is unforgettable.”


Northern Waters Smokehaus

Location: 394 S Lake Ave, Duluth MN

There are a variety of sandwich shops to choose from in Duluth, but the Northern Waters Smokehaus is better than all of them. Subway, Jimmy John and Erberts and Gerbert’s can’t compare. You can get about any sandwich that you can imagine. If you want lamb, sushi, or buffalo all of those sandwiches are available to you. Its located right next to Lake Superior, going out for a walk after would be a breeze. You can also pickup smoked fish and meat from the fresh deli. Staying local never tasted so well.


Uncle Loui’s Café

Location: 520 E 4th St., Duluth MN

If you are someone that needs to have brunch monthly, then Uncle Loui’s can fill that slot each month. Their specialties include pancakes, omelets and burgers, there isn’t one thing on the menu that won’t have your mouth watering. It has an old school diner feel, it will make you feel right at home.




Location: 110 N 1st Ave W, Duluth MN

Some of the best places to eat in a city are like hidden gems, Hanabi is the hidden gem of sushi and seafood in Duluth. It can be found between two abandoned buildings, but once you walk in the mood will completely change. Aaron Bucher, the bartender says he hasn't worked for a better restaurant.  “ We are told to provide a small town atmosphere, with a big city approach” What this means is each customer is treated with the utmost respect, it doesn't matter if they want to stay fifteen minutes or three hours, the customer will never go hungry or thirsty.

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