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Meals

Full service, home-cooked meals are included for our American Plan guests at the Lodge. The typical meals and schedule are outlined below.

shore lunchBreakfast is served around 7:00 am, and usually consists of eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits and gravy, grits, pancakes, french toast, Red River cereal and Walleye.

Lunch, served around 1:00 pm, is generally light and may include homemade soups such as walleye chowder, chicken noodle soup or our 3rd Place Chili (there's a story behind the name). We also have been known to throw a shore lunch sometime during your stay with Walleye (of course), fried potatoes, baked beans and diced tomatoes.

steaks on the grillDinner is served around 7:00 pm and, depending on special requests from our guests, usually consists of walleye along with another main course such as T-bone steaks, pork loin, prime rib, BBQ chicken, lasagna, hamburgers, or one of our many other special dishes. We also serve fresh steamed vegetables along with homemade breads and salads. After dinner we have been known to serve homemade ice cream with fresh strawberries, or pies and cakes, also made from scratch, of course!

Keep in mind that our menu is flexible and we graciously accept suggestions on meal and schedule variations. For example, some folks like to have only two large meals each day, coffee and biscuits at 6:30 am, a brunch at 11:00 am and a hearty dinner at 5:00 pm. Also, to the extent we can, we try to avoid high-fat/high-cholesterol foods. Feel free to request special preparations for special diets. Please fax or e-mail special requests at least one week prior to your visit to the lodge.

Note: The American Plan rate does not include alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, special dietary needs or snack foods. See the suggestions on "What to Bring".

Note: Our guests at the Outpost Camps are responsible for their own meals, though we do keep the outposts stocked with staples like canned fruits and vegetables, onions, potatoes, and salt and pepper.

 

 
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