Marty’s Place North

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We returned to Marty’s Place North at the very beginning of the 2015 summer season: it was the first week of June and leaves had only been open on the tall trees for about a week. The waitress and my girlfriend had some kind of weird vibe going on but all that I was interested in was the food.

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The relish tray, usually so good, had a couple issues that I will bring up here as constructive criticism for the Marty’s team: the green onions were not properly drained and so a bunch of water emptied out on the table. Also the bread was super flaky and too soft, tasting less than fresh.

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I love Marty’s and only bring this up because the relish tray is the first impression for the guests and the details are important!

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The ribeye and walleye, on the other hand, were absolutely delicious. The steak was perfectly seasoned and grilled, and the walleye was golden and crispy on the outside and sweet and moist on the inside.

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My favorite, the strawberry schaum torte, was torte-ally amazing once again! See you next time we’re in the Northwoods, Marty’s!

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