Lutefisk (lye fish) is a Norwegian delicacy usually served during the holidays. Originally Lutefisk was a way for people to eat dried cod during the cold of winter. Over time, it has become a beloved dish of many.

For those who might not enjoy the jello-like consistency of Lutefisk, we also serve meatballs along with homemade Lefse. Lefse is a Norwegian flat bread made with potatoes, butter, cream and flour. Originally used like we use a tortilla to wrap food in, especially meat and cheese. Lefse has now centered more on the dessert end of the meal served with brown sugar and cinnamon.

The weapons range was open prior to the dinner.