by Duluth News Tribune
October 2, 2012 at 1:54 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Owners of a chef-driven, contemporary American restaurant on the North Shore announced Tuesday that they are closing at the end of the month.
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“It’s been a good run,” she said. “My husband is 88 and I’m 65 and we’re going to work on our personal bucket lists. … Lots of travel.”
Ok. God bless you. But you couldn’t find anyone who wanted to buy it from you?
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We lose another one, how sad. Some of the best eateries in the country were right here, but for some reason, they keep leaving us. Let’s see: the Chinese Lantern, Jolly Fisher, Elbo Room, Library & Zona Rosa, Louis Cafe (both Grand Avenue and Superior), the Highland, Black Steer, LeGrand. How many have I missed? Heck, we had the best greasie spoons like J&A and Jim’s Hamburgers. Progress isn’t always for the best.
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