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MuleShack

Restaurants or Diners on the lake?

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Staying at Fr. Hennepin this weekend and looking for resorts/ places that serve food on the lake accessible by boat.

I know of Hunters and Macs...Any more places out there with good Food? and Beer?

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Carlsona's but that's on the opposite side of the lake

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It's a long weekend...and i'll have a full tank wink.gif

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Macs Twin used to serve one heck of a Sunday breakfast buffet. I miss that thing. I would be reading a couple of articles out of Milles digest by noon though (if ya get what I mean). It was reasonably prices as well.

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Macs had a good meal. smile.gif we went there saturday afternoon.

I guess they still have the buffet on Sunday morning and afternoon. wink.gif

Will probably check that out next weekend.

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I have to give you my Izaty's and Bayview pitch.... They are east of you about six miles and you won't be dissapointed. Izaty's is good with a pair of golf courses and has a nice bar. Bayview has a liquor store, bar and decent food.

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