NY Times Raves About Duluth Eatery

The New York Times features Tycoons Restaurant in Duluth in its Travel section. It notes the $2.3 million restoration of the one-time City Hall, built in 1889, combines real-deal elements of Duluth’s affluent past with a down-to-earth attitude, and mixes in "a healthy dose of cheekiness."
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The New York Times features Tycoons Restaurant in Duluth in its Travel section. It notes the $2.3 million restoration of the one-time City Hall, built in 1889, combines real-deal elements of Duluth’s affluent past with a down-to-earth attitude, and mixes in "a healthy dose of cheekiness."

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