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People enjoy Al Fresco dining on the bridge over the Lakewalk at the Fitgers Complex in Duluth Friday evening. The dining is a part of the Midi's Tiki Bar. Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com

Alfresco dining in Duluth

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One is a Tiki Bar manned by a bartender in a Hawaiian shirt.

Another: a Superior Street patio that seems active even in sweater weather.

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And let’s not forget a newbie: A former depot that has come to act like a cabana.

Scenic views coupled with so many months snuggled up to a space heater make alfresco dining a favorite pastime for Duluthians.

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