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Who'd have thought a chain serving enormous volumes of food could be this good? Spectacular etouffee, lovingly prepared gumbos, delicately broiled seafood and mountains of fried stuff are turning out crowds that cause 90-minute waits. Go early. Real early.

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Some of the best Indian around, the weekend buffet brunch is a must with dosai and uthappam made to order as well as a selection of fresh curries, soups and vegetables.

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Patacon Pisa'o Colombian Restaurant

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Colombian restaurant serving traditional dishes as well as small snacks.

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In 1998, a group of five ladies, life-long friends and Duluth residents formed DreamKeepers, Inc. and purchased the Payne-Corley House, transforming it into a magical destination for weddings and special events. The ladies personally managed the facility until October 2004 when they hired a professional hospitality management company, Sage House Group, Inc., to oversee operation of the Payne-Corley House.

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