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Stay up to date with the latest restaurants, bars and caterers. For a complete list of previous openings and closures scheduled for a month, scroll down the page.

Closing – Changeable
Sen Yai Sen Lek / Dipped & Debris (2422 Central Av. NE., Mpls., Two neighboring businesses northeast of Minneapolis come from the same group, a Thai restaurant Sen Yai Sen Lek and a custard shop Freeze and sandwiches Dipped & Debris, close. Both close on April 23.
Seven Steakhouse and Sushi (700 Hennepin Av., Mpls., Seven Steakhouse & Sushi, holding the corner of Hennepin Avenue and N. 7th Street in downtown Minneapolis for about 15 years, closed Jan. 31. Restaurant and Nightclub near Pantages Theater was 40% operational compared to pre-epidemic levels, and opened only three or four days a week. With three floors and a balcony overlooking the roof, the closure of one of the city’s largest centers leaves a gap, a 30,000-square-foot hole in the city’s nightlife and visitors. About 120 staff members, including security guards, were released. Read our installation here.
Trattoria Mucci (901 W. Lake St., Italian bistro from restaurant Tim Niver and chef Chris Uhrich shut down Jan. 29. Opened in 2019, Trattoria Mucci was a sprout of St. Paul Mucci’s little. The restaurant also replaced another Niver company, Meyvn, which lasted for one year. Never said they would absorb as many workers as possible in the St. Louis area. Read our installation here.
Part Wolf (501 Cedar Av. S., Mpls.) Cedar-Riverside music bar, football and bocce closed Jan. 28. It was located in a two-story West Bank historic building that housed the Nomad World Pub and 5 Corners. Saloon, an area believed to have one of the oldest liquor licenses in the city. Singers and music fans of the Twin Cities have expressed disappointment at the news. Read our installation here.
Now Open
Wild Hare (218 N. Main St., Stillwater, A couple near The Velveteen subterranean speakeasy in Stillwater opened Wild Hare. You will find cauliflower / falafel balls fried with onion rings (with optional Moroccan spices) that are already gluten-free. Like The Velveteen (123 N. 2nd St., there are N / A handmade cocktails and drinks
Pagoda (2401 Fairview Av. N., Ste. 133, Roseville, After a 13-year run in Dinkytown, a Cantonese and Szechuan restaurant Pagoda closed last spring to make room. students. (The same development also required neighbor McDonald’s, a 57-year-old historian.) After the closure, owner Justin Lin received a series of phone calls and text messages from people who wanted to see Pagoda continue. Now, he has a new home in Roseville. The new space is smaller than the original one, accommodating about 80 people. But the mall has something not done in the Dinkytown area – the parking lot. The menu has not changed, there are some very popular items to transfer to Roseville, which are hot pots, specialty you can eat and dim sum with bottomless mimosa. Opened February 22. Read our story here.
White Rabbit Kitchen & Food Truck (15190 Bluebird St. NW., Andover, 763-270-5975, Andover has a new place for luxury food, smoked meat and seasonal dishes. Opened February 18.
9 Mile Brewing (9555 James Av. S., Bloomington, Named Nine Mile Creek, this 3,000-square-foot bar with an outdoor dog-friendly balcony is the first brewery in Bloomington. . Opened February 11. Read our story here.
Emerald Lounge (455 W. 7th St., St. Paul, A cocktail near the wine bar has arrived in West Seventh in St. Louis. Drinks include a wide range of wine and a selection of artistic cocktails, both with and without alcohol. Small tapas designed for light tapas style food form a large part of the menu, with few shared entries. Opened Feb. 2022. Read our installation here.
Tono Pizzeria + Cheesesteaks (437 Commerce Dr., Woodbury, Since 2019, chef Antonio Gambino has been throwing Philly-style cheesesteaks and pizza-inspired Sicilian recipes, for the first time in Maplewood (3088 White Bear Av.). Fast food restaurant expanded last year to St. Paul, took the place of St. Clair Broiler (1580 St. Clair Av.), And opened the site at Coon Rapids (3500 124th Av. NW.) In May 2021. Tono opened fourth place at Woodbury Feb. 14. Read our story here.
Urban Skillet (2300 Hennepin Av. S., Mpls., 612-886-1880, Promoted Halal dining hall in Los Angeles, Urban Skillet offers burgers, wings and frames. Opened February 14.
Hepcat Coffee (370 Teens St. N., St. Paul) A new coffee shop in downtown St. Louis. Paul from chef Terry John Zila opened on Feb. 7.
Devil’s Advocate (14200 60th St. N., Stillwater, 612-354-7735, A ten-year-old Minneapolis Restaurant from Erik Forsberg brings its own homemade pizzas, pasta, sandwiches , with a vegetable menu. Second place in Stillwater. Opened on 2 Feb.
Mother Dough Bakery (225 S. 6th St., Mpls.) A group of father and son of David and Eli Fhima, operators of Fhima’s Minneapolis (40 S. 7th St., Mpls.) Present Mother Dough on the floor lower Capella Tower Jan. 25. (The second skyway-level cafe is still in operation.) The coffee bar currently offers salads, house-baked sandwiches (including baguette, challah and brioche), hummus and other small plates. options and a variety of grill and go, as well as homemade croissants, Danish cakes, éclairs, muffins, cookies and other baked goods. Fhimas has partnered with Folly Coffee of St. Louis Park for coffee drinks (including a custom black rosary with a little chocolate and walnut) and Wesley Andrews of Minneap

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