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I'm finally going to get the chance to take my girlfriend up to Mantrap next weekend. Going to show her my favorite lake and teach her all about my obsession with muskie fishing. grin.gif I was wondering where there's a good place to eat after a long day of chasing muskies? I've heard that Zorbaz is good, but have no idea where it's at. Can someone give me directions? Or maybe there's a better place to go? Thanks.

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to get to zorbaz,

comming from the access (5-10 mins),

take a left on 24 (east)drive until it tees off with 7, take a right(south), then its just a few miles on the left.

For a fun place, a pizza and a macho nacho, its the place to go.

You can also keep going south on 7 and go to Companeros of LaPasta in Dorset. Lapasta is one of the best italian places that I have ever eaten at and companeros is good mexican. Both are small.

also, you can just keep heading south and it will intersect with 34 east of park rapids.

Hope this helps

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