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Bob/Mn

We will be heading for LOW Sunday. Any recommendations for a good restaurant for noon lunch at baudette?

Nothing fancy.

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gspman

The Ranch House works for me.

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Gissert

Another vote for the Ranch House. I love their breakfasts.

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walleye_nut

Ranch House best breakfast I've found around. Be careful ordering the pancakes. I have never seen such BIG pancakes you better be hungry!!!

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gspman

Walleye_nut,

You ain't kiddin' about those pancakes. I stupidly ordered 3 a couple of years ago. I don't even think I made it through one. A pancake bigger than your head. You just don't see that much anymore.

gspman

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Gissert

My dad used to call pancakes like that "belly shingles"' LOL.

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widetrack

Ranch house is ok if you don't use the bathroom first.

They need to take a fire hose in there.

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BarryG

Had breakfast at the Ranchhouse Friday! All I could do to eat an omlette and 1 pancake, and I LIKE TO EAT! Then we had to leave for home. I have never had anything but breakfast there, I imagine it would be excellent also!

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Kingfisher

well said widetrack. blush.gif

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iffwalleyes

I like the restraunt by the Americ Inn I think it Angiellena's not sure about the spelling but I think that is the name. They have a big menu and good bar. But get there early or get a reservation because it fills quick.

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marine_man

Actually IFF, it's called Rosalie's Restraunt & Lounge... but if you recall correctly they don't open till 5...

But I will agree with IFF... they have some great food... no doubt about it...

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walleyes12

I was wondering if there are any good bars around the area that people head to after fishing? We would like to B.S with some other fisherman. Good Luck everyone!

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Kaz

W-12: Any of the bars out at wheelers point are great for the "BSing" your looking for. And they all serve good drinks. I have a place up there and from Wigwam to Sportsman's, they're all within walking distance. I prefer Riverbend, but thats jus because it's less than 100yds from me. Spend some time at several of them and you'll won't be disapointed.... Kaz

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WALTERCRAFT

THE RANCH HOUSE GETS MY VOTE.

WALT.

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fiskyknut

Ranch house for breakfast. Borderview and Riverbend are my favorites for Lunch and Supper meals. Rosalies in town is very good too.

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Tripleplay

Passed through Baudette this weekend and hit the Ranch House twice. Good burger on Thursday night since we stayed too long at URL and missed the dinner bell at the resort. Breakfast on Sunday and the group I was with warned me about the pancakes so I had to try subbing one in instead of toast with my meal---got about half down and decided that since there wasn't any money riding on finishing it that it wasn't worth the pain of stuffing in the rest just to prove a point!

Very much agree with the b-room comment--definitely an after meal adventure.

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