|Hanging on the wall at our booth|
Upon entering Hughie's you walk through the roomy seating area and around their mini gift shop to a small counter to place your order. The order counter kind of reminded us of the one at Jose's Burritos back in Morris.
One of the things I really like about places like Jose's and Hughie's is that the menu isn't long. You have a choice of tacos, burritos, or, salads of which the only difference is the type of meat. It makes my indecisiveness settle down.
Given I hadn't had a taco salad in quite awhile, I went with that. It was a gigantic deep fried tortilla shell filled with lettuce, tomato, refried beans, and cheese with sour cream and salsa on the side. Since I ordered it vegetarian it came with extra beans and corn. It was absolutely delicious, but WAY too big. Even after our run and hike I needed Mark's help to finish it. And it kept me full for the rest of the day. Next time I will probably go the taco route.
|My taco salad.... Like I said, huge|
|Tacos aren't very photogenic|
|Cinnamon apple tortilla|
Other Grand Marais Posts:
Grand Marais Part 1
Grand Marais Part 2
Grand Marais Part 3
Dockside Fish Market Review
Cascade Restaurant & Pub Review
World's Best Donuts Review