Lake Minnetonka lakeshore lodge restaurant. From Lord Fletcher's: "Long ago, in the lodge homes along the shores of Lake Minnetonka, you’d often find the warmth of a fire, the comfort of delicious food and fine drinks, the kindness of friendly voices and the serenity of a beautiful view. At Lord Fletcher’s Old Lake Lodge you’ll find all that again...You can admire the shimmering lake from our porch or snuggle near the crackling fire that burns brightly from our stone hearth." Sounds good, eh?
Great big beautiful lodge with a humongous deck by the The Lake - probably the best lake in America - Lake Minnetonka - Dakota for Great Water - easily seen from space - one of the 12,000 or so the last glacier left. This is a hangout for boaters (they can dock their tub by the deck-100 slips) and landlubbers that like to eat by the lake, look at the boats and wonder what it would be like to have one. Best to remember that your happiest days owning a boat are when you buy it and when you sell it. Of course, there are good times in between. after a day of fishing to grab a burger and a cold one and talk about the really huge fish he released. There are also the formal Main Dining room and the Oar House sports bar. Especially nice out on the football field size deck in the warmer months. More casual chow on the deck. It's been a good place for Danny.
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