Duluth >Food & Dining > Little Angie's Cantina & Grill
11 E Buchannan St, Duluth, MN | Directions 5580246.781644 -92.094690
Neighborhoods: Downtown Duluth
jadams – The fajitas are awesome. Last time there I got the shrimp and it was piled high over a bed of onions and peppers. And lots of peppers unlike other places which only put a few peppers amongst onions. My wife got the veggie and it was so good. peppers, onions, zucchini, squash, pineapple!!! the best I have ever seen. We will be back often!!
mparkins5 – My wife and I love going to Little Angie's in Canal Park. The staff is great, so is the food. We love the margaritas. Best in town.
spk1 – We go to Little Angie's about every other week. The food is exceptional and the service great. The last time we went was on Valentine's day and we were not disappointed. It is nice to know that even when a restaurant is super busy, you can feel like the server really is glad that you came in. The bartenders are a lot of fun. In the summer, you just can't beat the deck. I wouldn't spend Grandma's Marathon anywhere else in the city. We highly recommend this restaurant
User review by mckk – This is the best restaurant in Duluth, by far!! The service does not compare. The whole staff is so much fun. My first time there, they made me feel like a regular and we go back every time we can. Those people have fun at work and it shows. The salsa is the best anywhere and I have never had a better shrimp enchilada in my life. I highly recommend it!!!
A regular stop! – My girlfriend and I can never decide where to eat when we come to Duluth and we always end up settling on Little Angie's. That must mean something good. I recommend any of the dishes with the spicy black beans. I love those beans!!!! The shrimp fajitas are very good and so are the enchiladas. Even something as simple as the tacos are pretty decent. The chips and salsa are also good, although I would agree that the chips tend to be pretty salty sometimes. Wash everything down with a Lake Superior beer, especially the Mesabi Red or the Special Ale. I'm not into Tequila, but they have a very large tequila selection also.
Nice Decor – Stopped in for lunch on a Tuesday. Took a while to get seated, but when we did, everything was quick after that. The margarita wasn't blended that well, so it was a chore to drink. The food was good. I had the two tacos with rice and beans. The salsa was great. The chips are big and thick. I would go back.
A Good Lunch at a Great Locale – The biggest factor benefiting Little Angie's is its location. Canal Park makes for one of the best day-trips in all Minnesota, and Little Angie's is a decent spot to stop for lunch, especially on a nice day when you can snare a spot on the patio. While the menu is unspectacular and service sometimes quite slow, they serve pretty good Tex-Mex-American fare in the vein of the most popular chain restaurants. We've never been disappointed with our beef or chicken fajitas and they make a mean (as in good) lemonade. The ambiance is lively with a sort of T.G.I.Mexican slant. While you're unlikely to stand up and shout "Holy Cow! This is the best mexican food I've ever tasted!", you'll probably get what you'd expect most other places - food that appeals to a broad range of tastebuds.
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