Where in Duluth can a man get some martini’s these days?

Still upset that Black Woods stopped serving your favorite Martini’s to go back to the more traditional martinis? Well! Have no fear for you can now get them again on Tuesdays at another fine Superior Street establishment. But keeping in the spirit of Where in Duluth?, you’ll need to figure out where.

Get your martini's!

*Tap pints also not from tap.

19 Comments

moosetracks

about 8 years ago

I do believe this is the Pickwick.  I'm not sure how I feel about "tap" beer either...

Lawrence Lee

about 8 years ago

I approve this message.

adam

about 8 years ago

Not sure if I want a "tap" pint, or some Martini's.

Bret

about 8 years ago

Is that like, like a tap pint?

Ramos

about 8 years ago

These sound like some "good" drink's.

Herzog

about 8 years ago

Classic Deerstoinker language ala everyone's favorite supperclub's.

emmadogs

about 8 years ago

Oh when will the pub's and bar's in this town learn how to "spell"?

Ramos

about 8 years ago

They! already, "know" how to +spell+; its' their, punctuation th'ats "the" problem?

Bret

about 8 years ago

Is the pub getting foreclosed?

baci

about 8 years ago

One would hope that this Martini person would feel all right with drinks being so discounted. If this in fact is the venerable onionringery, we can only hope they get a few more TVs in there, that might help stave off the inevitable until they can pay off their creditors ... ones that may be pursuing legal action and ones that have just taken unpaid invoices on the chin.

Paul Lundgren

about 8 years ago

Hey, what's wrong with getting possessive with your martini?

quirtep

about 8 years ago

My wife got a good martini at Hanabi yesterday.  Alas, I seem not to have a mastery of the martini glass since I spilled a good portion of it when she sweetly offered me a sip.  :(  It's ok; she got another...

K. Praslowicz

about 8 years ago

...and yes. Pickwick is the correct answer. Good job! You win this set of apostrophes to go misuse somewhere. '""

Barrett Chase

about 8 years ago

"What time do you close?"

"Close."

"Um, yeah. That's what I said. When do you close?"

"Close."

"Let me put this another way. How long are you open?"

"We're open until close."

lauriejo57

about 8 years ago

Martini's what?

lojasmo

about 8 years ago

Beaten to apostrophe.

tamara

about 8 years ago

Has anyone tried Bottles Wine?

emmadogs

about 8 years ago

These people need to move to Duluth.  Immediately.  We need them!

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