Taking reservations for Mother’s Day Buffet

We are taking reservations for our annual Mother’s Day Buffet on Sunday, May 14. We will have two seatings; 11 am and 1 pm in our Lakeside Dining Room.

Cost is $19.95 Adults | $16.95 Seniors | $9.95 Kids 5-12 yrs | Free for children 4 and under. Prices do not include beverages, tax or gratuity. 

Register online or by calling 218.663.7212.

Click here to register for the 11 am seating.

Click here to register for the 1 pm seating.

Menu is below.

Mother's Day Buffet Menu

Dates set for Lutsen Resort’s 2017 Spring Food & Wine weekend

Lutsen Resort Upcoming Events

Our annual Spring Food & Wine weekend has been set for Friday and Saturday, May 5-6. We are in the process of developing our menus, but we are taking reservations now. You may rsvp online or by calling us at 218.663.7212.

Cost is $45 for Friday evening | $85 for Saturday evening. Prices do not include tax and gratuity. 

Click here to register for Friday, May 5
Click here to register for Saturday, May 6

Lutsen Resort’s 2017 Easter Buffet Menu

Our 2017 Easter Buffet menu has been finalized and is posted below. Our Easter Buffet will be held on Easter Sunday, April 16. There will be two seatings: one at 11:00 am and the second at 1:00 pm.

Cost (does not incl. drinks, gratuity or tax)

Adults $19.95 | Seniors $16.95 | Kids (5-12 yrs.) $9.95 | Children 4 and under Free
**Payment will be taken at Lutsen Resort.**

RSVP online or call 218.663.7212 

11 am seating | click here to register

1 pm seating | click here to register

2017 Easter Buffet Menu

2017 Easter Buffet Menu

Sprinter: A North Shore Tradition

Minnesota is known for its four glorious seasons. The summers are filled with tire swings, casting lines, a cold one or two on the deck, and evening campfires with all the s’mores fixings. Fall bursts with colors you have to see to believe. Winter transforms the landscape into a winter wonderland with a side of endless outdoor adventures and cozy fireplaces. As we turn towards spring, Minnesota seems to take pride in having an extra season squished right in the middle of this seasonal transition. Loving known as “Sprinter,” it doesn’t have a special date on the calendar like all of the other seasons. No, sprinter flies by the seat of its pants. Sometimes arriving as early as mid-February and staying as late as May.

Up here, we know how to do sprinter the best. You could say it’s a long-standing tradition. It can be dumping a foot of snow five miles inland, while
the shore melts away. You can hit the ski hill in the morning and cruise on spring sugar snow in a t-shirt and then hike on snow-clear trails by the Temperance in the afternoon.

With a thunderstorm one day and a snowstorm the next, sprinter keeps us all guessing. But that’s the beauty of where we live. Soon enough, we’ll move onto the next extreme and instead of comparing how cold it got at our houses, we’ll be comparing how hot it was. So for now, enjoy this moment in time where we get a bonus of two seasons in one.

Until next time, remember that the lowest fence is the easiest to get across.