Restaurants Rejoice As Final Four Fans Fill Downtown MinneapolisEven before Friday’s NCAA Women’s Final Four games tipped off at Target Center, a victory had been declared across the street; the event had been successful in filling the house.
Twin Cities Restaurants Say They'll Need Huge St. Patrick's Boost To Stay AfloatNew figures show Minnesota's hospitality and tourism industry lost more than $15 billion in revenue over the last two years.
Restaurants And Breweries Offering Outdoor Experiences Again, As COVID Cases Continue To Rise In MNMore people will be spending time inside as we enter the winter months, but with the COVID positivity rate at 9.5%, the highest it's been this year, some people may be hesitant to socialize indoors again. Several businesses are bringing back the creativity you saw last winter and offering outdoor options.
Twin Cities Thai Restaurant Hires Robot Server Amid Staffing ShortageDeeDee, a server assistant robot, is the first of its type operating in the state. It can carry food, drinks, and dirty dishes between the kitchen and dining tables.
Many Restaurant Job Applicants Aren't Showing Up For InterviewsWhile fully open, many Twin Cities bars and restaurants are having trouble filling their staff.
Skyway Restaurant Business Picks Up As Workers Return To Downtown MinneapolisIn downtown Minneapolis, the buzz is starting to pick back up, as Tuesday is one of three return-to-office waves set for the summer. Roughly 300 restaurants and retail businesses are open, according to the downtown council.
As More Are Vaccinated, Restaurants Replacing 'Closed' Signs With 'Now Hiring'According to Hospitality Minnesota, employment numbers are still down in the industry, by about 100,000. But, there are signs of optimism with some restaurants hiring people back.
Restaurants Reopening: Where Do They Stand, And How Do They Recover From COVID?As vaccinations continue and the economy opens up, restaurants, which have suffered during COVID, look for the way forward.
#DineSaintPaul Seeks To Spur Capitol City's Restaurant RecoverySt. Paul is on a mission to support restaurants and breweries hit hard during the pandemic.
Minnesota's COVID Dial Back Won't Be The Answer To Every Businesses' PrayersOn Monday, restaurants and bars can fill 75% of their seats, and social gatherings can include 15 to 50 guests without household limits. But for many businesses, these changes won't have the impact they might appear to on the surface.
After Relaxed Restrictions, Many Restaurants Say They're Still Against The WallAfter two mandatory shutdowns Minnesota restaurants are open, but at times it's hard to tell. At JR Mac's in St. Paul, since indoor dining opened up, takeout business has almost completely dried up.
Restaurants Adjust To Relaxed COVID Restrictions In MinnesotaRestaurants and indoor entertainment maintain 50% capacity limits but now can have up to 250 people maximum, which is an increase from 150.
Minnesota Bars, Restaurants Believe 'Worst Is Behind Us' Weeks After Re-OpeningIt has been two weeks since Minnesota bars and restaurants were allowed to re-open at 50% capacity. It’s working for some, while others are struggling.
Minnesota's COVID Restriction Rollback Comes Just In Time For Hospitality IndustryMinnesota's rollback to COVID-19 restrictions have come just in time for some businesses.
Esquire Magazine Names The 1 Minnesota Restaurant That America ‘Can’t Afford To Lose’ Amid COVIDOn Wednesday, Gov. Tim Walz is expected to announce a set of relaxed regulations for indoor dining in Minnesota. That being said, the restaurant industry has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic.