Lakewalk Galley in Canal Park officially opens Friday

Crabby Ol’ Bill’s is no longer crabby … or Bill’s. The landlocked food boat in Canal Park will officially reopen Friday, June 22, under new ownership and with a new name. Justin Steinbach of Vista Fleet is the new owner and Derek Snyder of Lake Ave Restaurant is running it. They have renamed the establishment Lakewalk Galley by Lake Ave Restaurant.

The operation soft-opened more than two weeks ago. While some of the menu items are the same, the donuts are now made at the Lake Ave kitchen, bratwurst is sourced from local Yker Acres farm and cheese curds made from scratch. The little eatery also plans to serve local kombucha and Duluth Coffee Company coffee.

Lakewalk Galley is also selling original design T-shirts and other merchandise.

Duluth Mayor Emily Larson will break a champagne bottle on the restaurant’s bow on Friday at 1:30 p.m.

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