Located on the scenic North Shore of Lake Superior in the town of Grand Marais, Minnesota, the Angry Trout Cafe is a small indoor/outdoor restaurant cobbled together out of an old commercial fishing shanty that clings to the edge of Grand Marais Harbor. From this beautiful setting they offer a menu based on the bounty of Lake Superior and the surrounding region – locally-grown produce, hand-harvested wild rice, and of course, their specialty, fresh Lake Superior fish.
LOCATION: 408 W Hwy 61, Grand Marais, MN 55604
| (218) 387-1265 | Website • 0.4 Miles From Hotel
The Angry Trout Cafe is committed to operating in accordance with the concept of sustainability, striving to have a positive effect on our community economically, socially, and environmentally. Our sustainable business practices include serving organically and sustainably-raised foods and investing in our neighborhood economy by purchasing as much as we can from local providers.
Open Daily: May – October
The Angry Trout Cafe is open every day for lunch and dinner from May through October.
Sunday – Thursday: 11:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Friday & Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 9:0 p.m.
Though we do not take reservations, you may call 218-387-1265 fifteen minutes before you plan to arrive and if we have a waiting list we will add your name.
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Grand Marais Restaurants & Dining Guide
Within walking distance, or a short hop in your car, you will find almost every type of Grand Marais Minnesota dining experience convenient to Superior Inn. Dining out is one of the main adventures of traveling. From elegant dinners with a view of magnificint Lake Superior and white linen to eating a crab on the beach, the North Shore region has everything you can imagine. If you want seafood you’ve definitely come to the right place! Our Grand Marais Dining Guide will help you find the best bowl of clam chowder, grilled salmon or fish tacos. Grand Marais bakeries are also excellent when it comes to their home made breads, cookies and other local favorites.
Grand Marais restaurants offer a variety of cuisines in fun and casual environments. Whether your goal is a fun meal with the family, romantic dining for two, or a large group gathering, there are plenty of options to choose from.
View Grand Marais dining guide.