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DINING OUT Rhino's Pizza #x0026;; Sub Shoppe

DINING OUT Rhino's Pizza &; Sub Shoppe

111 Parkway Ave. N.

Lanesboro

(507) 467-2200

Even though Rhino's just opened last spring, the location of the eatery is probably familiar to frequent visitors to Lanesboro. The place used to be known as the Trail Inn Cafe. But owner Kim Reimann, after taking some time off to have a baby, decided to change the name and approach and start fresh this year. businessp 111 Parkway Ave. N.

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Lanesboro

(507) 467-2200

Even though Rhino's just opened last spring, the location of the eatery is probably familiar to frequent visitors to Lanesboro. The place used to be known as the Trail Inn Cafe. But owner Kim Reimann, after taking some time off to have a baby, decided to change the name and approach and start fresh this year.

"We totally remodeled it, got rid of the burgers and fries and did fresh subs and salads," Reimann said. "We kept the homemade pizza, which we make from scratch, including the dough."

Because Lanesboro is a tourist town, Reimann said, lunchtime tends to be a grab-and-go meal, with subs, salads and pizza slices most popular. In the evening, she said, broasted chicken dinners and full pizzas are most popular.

As for treats, Rhino's has the only soft-serve ice cream in Lanesboro, according to Reimann.

Hours

11 a.m.-9 p.m. seven days a week through the summer.

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Value

Subs range from $3.69 for ham or turkey to $4.59 for grilled chicken. Signature subs include a reuben for $4.79 and a chicken bacon ranch for $4.99. Pizzas start at $3.99 for a one-topping personal pizza. A large one-topping pizza is $9.99. Broasted chicken dinners start at $5.39.

Atmosphere

Small and fresh, with touches of country decor. Order at the counter and take a seat.

Specials

Lunch and dinner specials too numerous to list completely. Includes 99-cents pizza by the slice at lunch, "Sundae Yumday" on Mondays with 50 cents off all ice cream dishes, and a large one-topping pizza for $8.99 on Wednesdays.

Worth noting

A food wamer is available for cheese curds, pizza slices and mini-tacos to go.

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July sub-of-the-month is barbecue chicken.

Kids meals available.

-- Tom Weber

Photo by Christina Paolucci

Dining Out is a weekly look at an area restaurant. If you have comments or tips, call Lifestyle editor Jan McFarland at 285-7624, or send e-mail to lifestyle@postbulletin.com.

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