Emily's building opened up back in 1926 on the scenic highway 61 in Knife River. It served many purposes over the years, serving as a general store, post office, bed and breakfast, and restaurants. The latest chapter is a new restaurant called Emily's Eatery.
There has been a plethora of restaurants that have opened up in the Northland and I had the opportunity to visit one of the latest, Crooked Pint Ale House at 1402 W Arrowhead Rd Suite 100 in Duluth. Here is my opinion on my first visit. (meaning there will be more).
The Duluth area officially has another option for dining and craft beer. Crooked Pint Ale House opened in the Kenwood Village in Duluth Tuesday, marking the 6th location the company operates around the region.
I can cook if it comes in a box and there's instructions. I have always been in awe of chefs that just pour, taste, season and use words like demi glaze and balsamic vinegar reduction. I was hoping reduction meant taking the calories out, but that's a no go. We as a community should be so proud o…
To be honest, I've actually been to the OMC Smokehouse at 1909 West Superior St. Duluth twice. But I forgot to take pictures my first time so I made sure to do so this time. They serve smoked meats, craft beer and sides all done very uniquely. Here's my review.