If you like to fish Walleye, Minnesota is the place to go. If you like to eat Walleye there is one place in Minnesota that serves more mouth-watering Walleye than anywhere else in the world.

Minnesota's 2022 Walleye fishing opening season is May 14. It usually falls on Mothers Day weekend but it will be one week later this year.

But if you don't want to have to catch your own tasty Walleye to eat you might want to head to this Minnesota restaurant that really specializes in preparing and serving this freshwater fish.

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According to Only In My State That there is no place in the world that serves more Walleye than Tavern on Grand restaurant at 656 Grand Ave. in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Tavern On The Grand St. Paul Minnesota Google Maps
Tavern On The Grand St. Paul Minnesota Google Maps
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Tavern on Grand opened back in 1990 and today you can enjoy Walleye prepared and served in a number of ways.

Walleye Sandwich Tavern on the Grand via Facebook
Walleye Sandwich Tavern on the Grand via Facebook
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Like The famous Walleye Sandwich. Prepared to your liking. Grilled, fried, or blackened.

Hot Honey Walleye Tavern On The Grand via Facebook
Hot Honey Walleye Tavern On The Grand via Facebook
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Hot Honey Walleye special available all day. Walleye breaded with ritz cracker crumbs, lightly fried then served with a buttery hot honey sauce. Mashed potatoes, asparagus, and a dinner salad.

Walleye Basket Tavern On The Grand via Facebook
Walleye Basket Tavern On The Grand via Facebook
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Walleye basket. Bite-size walleye pieces, lightly breaded and deep-fried. Served with Tavern fries, coleslaw, and your choice of sauce. Great appetizer or meal.

Golden Grilled Walleye Tavern On The Grand Via Facebook
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Or maybe try the Golden Grilled Walleye, baby reds, a squeeze of lemon, choice of regular tartar or jalapeno tartar. Dang...I'm hungry!

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