Tracking Which Twin Cities Restaurant Patios Are Open Summer 2020

Tracking Which Twin Cities Restaurant Patios Are Open Summer 2020

Hai Hai is just one of the patios open again and serving                 Kevin Kramer/Eater Twin Cities

 

Eater Twin Cities: Restaurants across the metro area have put out tables on existing patios, in parking lots, and on sidewalks to welcome back diners now that the restrictions have been loosened on the industry. Guests are asked to wear masks, and all staffs will be masked, and precautions are put in place.

These patios are currently open, but check with the restaurants for individual days and hours of operation.

Disclosure: Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk to the coronavirus when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

These restaurants have spaced out seats and are serving:

Minneapolis

Northeast

Centro

Como Tap

Erte

Gardens of Solonica

Hai Hai

Indeed Brewing

Kieran’s Kitchen

Kramarczuk’s

Market BBQ

Psycho Suzi’s

Sociable Cider Werks

Stanley’s Barroom

Stray Dog

Downtown/North Loop

Brit’s Pub

Borough

Darby’s Pub & Grill

Finnegans Brew Co.

Fulton Brewing

The Loop

Kado No Mise

Monello

The Newsroom

Nolo’s Kitchen

Oceanaire

ONE Fermentary and Taproom

Parlour

Red Rabbit

Smith And Porter

Smack Shack

Stillheart Distillery

Eat Street

Icehouse

Nicollet Diner

South/Kingfield

Cafe Ena

Apoy – Filipino Bistro

Fireroast Cafe

Nighthawks

Hola Arepa

Minneapolis Cider Company

Maria’s Cafe

Mill Valley Market

Northbound Smokehouse

Colita

Sebastian Joe’s

Tap Society

Uptown/LynLake

Agra Culture

Amazing Thailand

Amore Uptown

Black Walnut Bakery

CC Club

The Lynhall

Namaste

Nico’s

Prieto Taqueria Bar

The Tasting Room

Longfellow

The Howe

Himalayan

Sonora Grill

Merlin’s Rest

Hi Lo Diner

Peppers and Fries

The Bungalow Club

Longfellow Grill

Prospect Park

Surly

St. Paul

Alary’s Bar

Bad Weather Brewing

Cafe Astoria

Day by Day Cafe

Dual Citizen Brewing

Foxy Falafel

French Meadow on Grand

Handsome Hog (new location)

Hope Breakfast Bar

Hot Hands Pie & Biscuits

Iron Ranger

Joans in the Park

Keg & Case

La Grolla

Lake Monster Brewing

The Lexington

Louis (Above Cossetta’s)

Moscow on the Hill

Nico’s Tacos and Tequila Bar

Parlour Bar

Patrick McGovern’s

Red Rabbit

Shamrocks

Skinner’s Pub and Eatery

Tori

W.A. Frost

Waldmann Brewery

Yumi Sushi

Suburbs

6 Smith Wayzata

Agra Culture

B52 Burgers and Brew

Bacio

Badger Hill Brewery

Baldamar

Bald Man Brewing

Bellecour

Benedict’s

Birch’s on the Lake

The Block

Cedar + Stone

Dampfwerk Distillery

Doolittles Woodfire Grill

Fat Nat’s

Good Day Cafe

The Grocer’s Table

Haskell’s Port

Hilltop

Ike’s

Jimmy’s Kitchen

Lola’s Lakehouse

Lord Fletcher’s

Lucky’s 13 Pub

LTD Brewing

Main Street Farmer

Marna’s Eatery

Maynard’s

McHugh’s Public House

Mill Valley Kitchen

Monkey Table

Nine twenty five

Nonna Rossa

Park Tavern

Pub 819

Redstone

Rock Elm Tavern

Urbana Craeft Kitchen

Yumi Sushi

 

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“The Double Rainbow” at MN Nice Cream – Northeast Minneapolis

“The Double Rainbow” at MN Nice Cream – Northeast Minneapolis

What an amazing 3 years it has been! It’s hard to believe it all started out in a tiny soft serve ice cream truck.  Last year I opened my first brick and mortar location at 807 Broadway St in NE Minneapolis, and in May 2019, a Stillwater store was born at 308 Chestnut St E right in the heart of Downtown Stillwater!
A friendly reminder that we offer a wide selection of handmade gluten free and vegan options, as well as lactose free chocolate and vanilla soft serve ice cream. Leave your lactaids at home!
Come visit us….and if you are interested in booking our trucks, please fill out the form on our website. Keep in mind that we get a ton of inquires per day and that kindly it will take us a few days to get back to you: mnnicecream.com
Have an AMAZING summer! – Katie
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Take #PRIDE Minnesota! New at NE MPLS 8 new Flavors of soft serve and this special cone “The Double Rainbow” 🌈 🌈 #loveislove #icecream

Let’s Go North: State Fair (Fare) Without The Fair – Minnesota

Let’s Go North: State Fair (Fare) Without The Fair – Minnesota

Fair Food Finder

If you are like us, one of the reasons for going to the Great Minnesota Get-Together and other county fairs is for the FOOD. If you are out and about and see a State Fair Food Vendor open for business, post it here. **Disclaimer** with the popularity of this concept, people have been posting other food vendors as well, which may not be official state fair food vendors. Support those affected by fair cancellations. Please invite your friends to join! This group was not created by, is not managed by, and is not affiliated with the Minnesota State Fair or the Minnesota State Agricultural Society. *PLEASE only post the FOOD vendors you find, their location, and hours/days of operation. We will decline any post that does not meet these criteria* *We will add vendors to our map who have more permanent locations. Vendor MAP link

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Someone should start a scavenger hunt with all of these @mnstatefair food stands over the metro and the outskirts. I’d be game! There is a group on Facebook (Minnesota State Fair Food Finder) that is updated very often by the fans + vendors, including a growing google map of all the locations. I’ve always been a huge fan of @thedonutfamily in the midway of the fair. So, I came out to Eden Prairie today to give them some love and get my fix. I did as promised and pretty much ordered the whole menu. All Beef Corn Dogs + @ellsworthcreamery Cheese Curds + Mini Donuts + Lemonade. I didn’t get cotton candy nor iced coffee. I wish they offered their sundae toppings on the buckets like they do at the fair. Either way, I’m good! They will continue to be at the location I checked in above as well as at 2275 McKnight Rd. N. Wed-Sun 10am-6pm. Definitely go check them out and tip. #corndog #minidonuts #cheesecurds #lemonade #takeout #parkinglotpimpin #fairfood #mnstatefair #togo #curbside #onastick #phatphood #delishious #minneapolisfoodie #inspirator #supportlocal #eatinglocal #onlyinmn #mnstandup #eatlocal #supportsmallbusinessowners #thedonutfamily #edenprairie #friedfood #outsidethefair #minnesotastatefairfoodfinder #deepfried #foodbeast #grub #yougottaeatthis

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Discover Stillwater, MN: Hello Again, Stillwater Welcomes You

Discover Stillwater, MN: Hello Again, Stillwater Welcomes You

Discover Stillwater! Stay up to date on WHAT IS OPEN in Stillwater here. Today feels good. Most of our cherished travel destination is OPEN. In MINNESOTA, we can now have retail shops open, dining outside AND indoors, fun attractions like the riverboats, trolleys and bike rentals and the venues can re-open. There are limited capacities and additional social distancing rules of course, so PLEASE be patient with our businesses and with each other.

Check back for updates as the restaurants, bars, coffee shops, boutiques, summer attractions, and hotels continue to prepare for the safest ways to welcome you when you are ready to travel. Look up the places you plan to visit to find out hours, make reservations, etc. Remember, dining is limited to groups of 4 or 6 people if family.

You’ll love our beautiful, relaxing and fun destination. Take a break from the seriousness of life and escape to the river!

Minnesota RESTAURANTS, BARS, BREWERIES & WINERIES have opened for limited indoor/outdoor dining along with other social distancing restrictions to protect you. Here’s a list of those OPEN for you to enjoy: discoverstillwater.com/dining

With 26 places DOWNTOWN to choose from…better plan to visit Stillwater a few times this summer to enjoy them al!

And note: Stillwater Minnesota Farmers Market is opening on Saturday, June 13! The market will be open from 7:30 am – 12:00 pm at 3rd & Pine across from the Stillwater Historic Courthouse.

25 local vendors offering fresh produce, flowers, plants, honey, maple syrup, baked goods, berries, eggs, poultry, grass-fed beef, Costa Rican coffee, handmade soap & lotions & dog treats.

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Today feels good. Most of our cherished travel destination is OPEN. In MINNESOTA, we can now have retail shops open, dining outside AND indoors, fun attractions like the riverboats, trolleys and bike rentals and the venues can re-open. There are limited capacities and additional social distancing rules of course, so PLEASE be patient with our businesses and with each other. Stay up to date on WHAT's OPEN in Stillwater here 🗺➡️ Link in profile! Check back for updates as the restaurants, bars, coffee shops, boutiques, summer attractions, and hotels continue to prepare for the safest ways to welcome you when you are ready to travel. You'll love our beautiful, relaxing and fun destination. Take a break from the seriousness of life and escape to the river! #OnlyinMN #DiscoverStillwater

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Healing Community: Angelea’s Soul Food Kitchen – Brooklyn Park, MN

Healing Community: Angelea’s Soul Food Kitchen – Brooklyn Park, MN

Inspired by our mother and guardian-angel, Angelea Rogers; we offer authentic traditional soul food created with recipes full of rich and savory flavors, served to you with love, tenderness, and large portions. A gift from our family to yours!

 

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Yesterday, I posted some information of the different avenues of support for the black community. Another and important avenue is to be a patron of black owned businesses. @mspmag put together a good list to start from their 5/28 article, which I’ll post in my story. @angeleassoulfood out in Brooklyn Park opened at the end of January where the Rogers family is cooking up some incredible soul food with care and love. Orders can be placed from 12PM-7:30PM daily except Mondays by calling 763-432-5642 when you arrive as orders are made fresh and come with generous portions. Pictured here is the Jerk Chicken w/ sides of mac & cheese, cabbage, and cornbread, which @phatphood was kind enough bring out my way today. Let’s continue to build bridges together. . . . . . #supportblackownedbusinesses #jerkchicken #macandcheese #cabbage #soulfood

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Happy Anniversary Wise Acre Eatery – Minneapolis, MN

Happy Anniversary Wise Acre Eatery – Minneapolis, MN

On this weekend in 2011, Wise Acre proudly opened its doors for the first time. Our mission was simple, we wanted to connect people to the soil from which their food was grown in a way never done before. We wanted to create a restaurant with its very own farm and a farm with its very own restaurant. We wanted to serve food raised just 45 minutes from the doorway that our guests passed through. Our goal was to create a dining experience that extended beyond the spread that was passionately placed on our tables. We wanted to provide deeper meaning to the food, from where it came, and from whose hands it was made. Not an easy undertaking by any stretch of the imagination but worth it. During these years, much food has been enjoyed, drinks have been poured, experiences learned, tears shed (happy and sad), laughter had, and lifelong friendships and relationships forged. The team of people that created Wise Acre are all truly amazing people. Each and every one of you (and you know who you are) that has been a part of Wise Acre since the beginning have touched many with your smiles, your hospitality, and your passion. You are the heartbeat of Wise Acre. We have been honored to have guests with the same passion and desire to partake in a food system that is shorter, more sustainable, and leaves a positive impact on the world around us. No, this is not a post announcing the end of Wise Acre. Instead, we are sharing with you that our commitment and resolve grows stronger with each passing day. We are deeply saddened to see those that we respect so much being forced to close their doors. We don’t need to say how hard it is right now, it has already been said. We can only look forward to the day that we can welcome them back and enjoy their craft once again. For Wise Acre the fight will continue. We will look for new ways to stay true to our commitment of providing, fresh, local, clean food. We will adapt. We will look for new ways and new opprtunities. In the end we will change. Change is something we are not afraid of. Our survival is rooted in our ability to evolve. Like the caterpillar entering a cocoon, we believe something beautiful will emerge.

 

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Happy Anniversary to the best neighbor we could ever have – our own Wise Acre Eatery! It is wonderful to have another outlet where we can connect individuals with our farm, plants, food, designs, and passion. We are very fortunate that the spaces that many of you enjoy are places where we can unleash the amazing creativity of our Tangletown Designs- whether it be the containers, living walls, or boulevard landscapes. We are proud of the health and beauty that both sides of the street bring to the neighborhood and happy to continue to share our future with you! . #tangletowngardens #wiseacreeatery #wiseacre #tangletowngardensfarm #tangletowngardensgrown #mpls #mplsfood #fresh #local #localfood #locallygrown #minnesotagrown #csa #myttgcsa #healthyfood #healthysoil #healthypeople #boulevards #plantsmakepeoplehappy #landscapes #containergardens #livewall #captiviatingcombinations

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