It’s Friday, it’s lunch time and it’s raining, as a co-worker and I headed into downtown Duluth without a dining destination in mind. We did, however, have the solution that we’d eat at whichever restaurant had the closest parking spot available (solid reasoning, right?) What’s that – a spot on the curb, right in front of Steverino’s? Decision made.
I knew that the name looked familiar the first time that I saw it in Duluth, and as I looked at their website I realized it’s because there used to be one on the corner of North Avenue and Spring Street, across from the Varsity. We were apparently fairly early for lunch, as there was only one other table of guests (they’d just left the middle table in the picture below)
dining while we were.
I ordered a grilled chicken “burger”, which was their broad description of a chicken breast butter-flied and thrown on the griddle on a buttered bun. Done this way, the chicken was incredibly moist and made for one of the best chicken sandwiches I had eaten in a long while. The fries with it were nondescript.
If you’re interested in their menu, click here.