DULUTH, MINN. — Tom Hanson of Duluth Grill, OMC Smokehouse, Corktown Deli, and Goat Hill Marketplace is opening a new restaurant this Sunday, May 21: Burger Paradox. Located at 2113 West Superior Street, the shop features burger, wings, hand-cut fries, hand-breaded onion brings, malts, shakes, and a cocktail bar including boozy malts and shakes.
Burger Paradox will be open from 4-11pm daily. “It’s just something for the neighborhood,” noted Hanson in a press release. “It’s really one of the only late-night food places.”
The opening of Burger Paradox arrives amid a couple of other incremental changes to the Duluth dining scene:
The Hanson Family is reopening the Corktown Deli in a new location (102 South 27th Avenue West) with a full cocktail program and expanded seating.
And the French-German inspired Duluth’s Best Bread bakery cafe is now open six days a week (including Sunday) with outdoor dining coming to both locations of the bakery company.
“We wanted to celebrate all nine days of Duluth’s summer,” says owner Robert Lillegard. “Enjoy a croissant outdoors with the family!
Via Duluth’s Best Bread:
On tap: the nearly full pound Überpretzel (“you’re too weak for it”) and absurd coffee drinks like the Gooey Caramel Roll Latte garnished with a hunk of pecan caramel roll. At the downtown store you can order in French or German and pay in Euros!
The original Duluth’s Best Bread storefront window is located at 2632 W 3rd St and the new downtown sit-down shop is at 120 E Superior St.