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I ate at the Hwy 371 Cafe twice several years ago and got a couple of meals that convinced me not to go back. The name changed to Wild Bill's and I gave it a try with much better results. Now I see it is Hwy 371 Cafe again. Anybody know the story and if it is worth trying again? Actually, if I'm in Cass Lake and starving, what is the best place to eat?

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Not sure about in town but my SCHOOL LUNCH Rocks at CLBHS!!!

Beef

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I've ate at the 371 cafe a couple of times and had pretty good luck with breakfast. If it's busy it can get a little slow. Chucky's Chicken has breakfast now too... their food is good. The Junction has good lunch and dinner, not sure if they serve breakfast though.

Good Luck!

Ken

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I would vote for the Burgers at the Junction. They are tasty.

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I've always had great meals at the deli at the gas station.

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