The Start of a Legacy
In the early 1970’s, Fletcher’s became known for their unique events including ‘The Marching of the Ducks’, tanning and corncob eating contests, and garbage bag races.
Shortly after opening, Fletcher’s added slips to their shoreline, welcoming Lake Minnetonka boaters to their patio for food, drinks and fun.
Fletcher’s has used many of the same recipes for 50 years. Fan favorites include walleye, house salad and mud pie. Fletcher’s serves 45,000 lbs. of fresh walleye every year, making it the third largest seller of walleye in the country.
Lord Fletcher’s prides themselves on their strong relationship with the Spring Park community and their top-notch staff. Many employees have been part of the Fletcher’s family for over 20 years.
In the early 1970’s, Fletcher’s became known for their unique events including ‘The Marching of the Ducks’, tanning and corncob eating contests, and garbage races.
A Family Affair
Fletcher’s is a favorite for generations of families who come to enjoy good food, fun music and the relaxing lakeside life. Whether you are seeking fine dining for a special event or crave a laidback dinner on the Wharf, Lord Fletcher’s has something for every occasion.
SUBMIT YOUR LORD FLETCHER’S MEMORIES
If these walls could talk. For generations, Fletcher’s has been creating lasting memories. If you have a photo of your family enjoying a celebratory dinner, your spouse dancing to live music or of your best friend taking part in a Fletcher’s pie eating contest, share it with us!