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The molcajeta grinding bowl is used at El Metate to serve a dish of the same name that has chicken, shrimp and beef served over grilled vegetables. Eric Daeuber / Special to The Forum

Restaurant review: El Metate spices up Lakes

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For some people, the Lakes aren't the Lakes without a burger on the grill, walleye in the pan and a cold one on the deck.

But a drive around Lakes Country will tell you that, like everywhere else, pizza joints, ethnic restaurants and steakhouses have made inroads into the world of the family cabin cookout.

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Add another Mexican restaurant to the list as El Matate has opened on the Detroit Lakes waterfront.

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