two harbors restaurants
Lovin' Lake County invites visitors to the North Shore of Lake Superior. The area is rich in beauty, history, and a warm small town atmosphere. Lake County is great destination for your Lake Superior experience
1330 MN-61 | Two Harbors
1319 Minnesota 61 #1 | Two Harbors
At Superior Shores
New with an extensive wine list and our temperature-controlled wine cellar. Full bar menu and beer list, complete with local brews. Come for a date night by the massive beautiful new fireplace. Or stop in for a friends night out. Enjoy one of the North Shore’s best views. Sample our unique Northwoods-inspired menu. Our friendly wait staff will make your dining experience one to be remembered! Reservations recommended.
1521 Superior Shores Drive | Two Harbors
This local favorite is open DAILY from 7am to 9pm for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. They feature signature oven-baked omelets, Swedish pancakes, award-winning soups and sandwiches, and pan-seared fish dinners.
812 7th Avenue | Two Harbors
mile 25.6 + 0.3 miles
Serving Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, smoothies, beer and wine, breakfast offerings, salads, snacks, cold and hot sandwiches, flatbreads and a kids menu. Located at Spokengear Cyclery & Outdoor.
1130 11th Street | Two Harbors
Dine-in, take-out and Delivery available. We Deliver within 8 miles of our pizza oven. We make our dough and sauce from scratch and also offer Gluten Free pizza's, ice cream and cookies. We feature a full espresso bar, bakery items and over 16 flavors of Bridgeman's ice cream.
802 7th Avenue | Two Harbors
We are open! Downtown's only full-service restaurant. From burgers, wraps, and sandwiches to steaks, fish, and pasta plus handcrafted cocktails, and locally brewed beers. Lots of specials, too.
602 1st Ave | Two Harbors
Espresso, bakery items and specialty drinks. On-site roasted coffee beans... YUM!
Unique home goods and decor. Upscale women’s consignment clothing.
1081 Minnesota 61 | Two Harbors
Offering a variety of Asian meals for take out. Including appetizers, soups, Pho, Pad Thai, multiple entrees, lo mein, chow mein, fried rice, curry, sweet & sour, soda, tea, bubble ta and Vietnamese Coffee. Open midday to evening.
826 7th Ave | Two Harbors
mile 26.0 + 0.4 miles
The Castle Danger Taproom features our current beer offerings, along with occasional special offerings. We do not have a restaurant; however, we sell snacks to munch on while having a pint or two. You can also order food in or pick up a to-go order from one of the local restaurants. Take-out and delivery menus are available on our website.
17 7th Street | Two Harbors
mile 26.1 + 0.4 miles
We are proud to be a family based business that has a long tradition along the North Shore. Bring your family in today to enjoy a Do North Pizza and let’s start another tradition! Dine In - Delivery - Take Out Monday - Tuesday (closed) Wednesday - Sunday (4pm-9pm) *Hours change by Season
15 Waterfront Drive | Two Harbors
mile 26.1 + 0.4 miles
Café + Pantry ProvisionsBreakfast - Lunch - Daily Specials Delicious home-baked bread, sweet treats, ice cream and Specialty organic Coffees. Mon - Sat 8am-5pm Open Sun 10am-3pm from early July through mid-October
19 Waterfront Drive | Two Harbors
Built in 1888 and renovated with a cozy and modern charm, Harbor Rail is truly unique with a main floor Pub and Events Venue and second floor exquisite Boutique Hotel featuring a Luxury Loft with rooftop deck. Come and experience this unique space and linger for awhile in Two Harbors, MN.
602 1st Avenue | Two Harbors
mile 26.1 + 0.4 miles
Three women on a mission to serve delicious, fresh & nutritious meals to MN’s North Shore. We promise to make our food the way we do for our our families, with the freshest ingredients that not only taste great but are great for you. Our love of food is matched by our commitment to sustainability.
Open 11-3 Monday-Friday and 9-3 Saturday and Sunday.
Serving brunch all day, gourmet sandwiches and entrees, sides, beer and wine, coffee drinks and teas.
632 1st Avenue | Two Harbors
It all began in 1956 when Betty’s father Aleck built a fish shack and Betty thought it would be a good idea to have donuts and coffee for the fishermen. One thing led to another and Betty began selling hamburgers and hot dogs out of her fish stand. In 1958 Betty turned the old fish stand into a café and added pies to her menu.