For a state not quite 200 years old, Minnesota has a surprising number of historic restaurants. Many of the oldest spots popped up when the Twin Cities experienced a population boom in the 1800s. For this reason, most historic restaurants are in the southern part of the state. But there’s a 100-year-old restaurant on the North Shore that is well worth visiting. Read on to learn about Pickwick, its history, and its delicious food:

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Looking for more information about Pickwick? Check out their website and Facebook page. And if you’d love to dine surrounded by even more Minnesota history, take a look at our list of the 10 oldest restaurants in Minnesota.

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