Food & Drink / Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

Begin in 1964, add in your Grandma’s take on wild rice bread, Reuben soup and Swedish meatballs, a heaping fork-full of pickled herring, throw in a few Jello salads and that, ladies and gentlemen, is Cassidy’s in Hinckley. The kind of place you spend your whole life going to. Whether it be on the way back from Duluth, a weekend at the cabin, or because your grandparents are regulars and they rave about the bread pudding. They also have an all-you-can-eat salad, soup and bread buffet that is near impossible to forget. Located just off the highway and a stone’s throw from the Fire Museum and Grand Casino, in a building that has remained remarkably the same since its opening. Steeped in tradition and filled with old-fashioned favorites, Cassidy’s is an homage to everything that makes northern Minnesota what it is.


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