Stopped in for the Friday Fish Fry. It was pretty busy when we arrived at 5:30 and almost left but, after chatting with Kate, we decided to wait a bit. Once we got in, the food was excellent and arrived fast, fresh and hot. Also, Kate was engaging and friendly as were all the staff despite working at a such a fast pace to serve the constant flow of customers in and out. The Breeze offers a welcoming environment with the perfect blend between a neighborhood bar and a casual quality dining establishment.
Add the Havana and Paddy's Reuben Melt to list of excellent choices the Breeze offers! Actually, all the Juicy Lucy's would top the list as well. The Breeze really does have some creative and delicious menu items.
- James Bjork
Truth be told, I drove by this place a hundred times before I ever stopped in. I thought it was a dump. Looks like a run down house from the outside. But as the old adage goes, don't be fooled by the cover. The breeze inn has AMAZING burgers. Best in Duluth perhaps?? Also, very neat and clean on the inside. This place is now on the top of my list for locations to bring out-of-towners. Great staff too! The lady I assume to be the owner stopped by several times to make sure everything was top notch.
- Peter Carlson
My brother had heard about this place on TV, so we dropped by. It was all locals and is a little off the beaten path. The food was excellent. Being out-of-towners, we had Minnesota "Juicy Lucy"s. They were excellent. The service was excellent. We sat at a friendly bar, but the place is fine for kids. Really good food, good experience. Highly recommend.
- Ken and Alicia Lund
We were here on Oct. 4th. Friends suggested this place on our way to the north shore..so glad we stopped, what a great place! It was VERY busy but we were in no hurry. One person bartending and waiting on all the tables, she was excellent and very friendly. Had a juicy lucy and it was delicious! My only problem..I live more than 2 hours away..
Me and 2 other guys were walking the Superior Hiking Trail and we took a shortcut and ended up on Jean Duluth Road. We ditched our packs because we had to walk all the way down Jean Duluth road to Martin Road where the car was. When we dropped our packs, we drank the last of our water and set forth on our journey. We started the agonizing journey and got very thirsty in the heat. Finally, we saw the sign of The Breeze Inn on the side of the road and me and a friend went in to investigate. When we found out there was water to be had, I signalled my other friend to come in. We all ordered water and chocolate milk and overall enjoyed the hospitality. Without The Breeze Inn, one of us may have suffered from heat exhaustion.