MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — You may soon be able to buy liquor at Target’s flagship store in downtown Minneapolis.
Last week, Target Corporation applied for an off-sale liquor license for its Nicollet Mall location. The liquor store would replace the previous food restaurant.
A public hearing on the proposed license will be held on March 28. The Licenses and Consumer Services Division has already recommended approving the application.
Target has seven other Wine & Spirits stores in Minnesota, and 1,350 of its stores sell alcohol in 38 states. Target began selling alcohol in certain stores in 1996.
Target opened the downtown location in 2001.
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