The Minnesota Department of Health updated its guidance for restaurants and bars Thursday as the weather gets colder and more customers opt to sit indoors amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Exactly six months ago Minnesota restricted in-person dining at restaurants. Thursday, one group said nearly half the restaurants in the state may close by January if the state doesn’t ease restrictions.
With cases of COVID-19 back on the rise, many bars and restaurants are worried about the potential for new closures. Hospitality MN's Ben Wogsland joined the Buzz to chat about the importance of following health guidelines to help slow the spread of the virus.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, many business owners are facing the tough decision to permanently close their doors. Hospitality Minnesota CEO Liz Rammer joined the FOX 9 Morning News to discuss the harsh reality that restaurants, bars, and hotels are dealing with across the state.
The Bachelor Farmer and Marvel Bar in Minneapolis have announced their doors will not reopen, even once the pandemic subsides. Meanwhile, Izzy's Ice Cream has permanently closed its original location in Saint Paul. MSP Magazine's Stephanie March joined the Buzz to chat about the challenges restaurants are facing as the outbreak lingers on.
As the coronavirus pandemic impacts our everyday way of life, some old-school businesses are booming in business.
If you need a place to unwind and relax, local restaurants are working hard to welcome guests into a safe and healthy environment amid the coronavirus outbreak. MSP Magazine's Stephanie March has more on what venues are doing to double down on cleaning and keeping space between patrons.
This week, Brooklyn Park is showcasing its more than 100 restaurants in the city's first-ever restaurant week.
It’s Greek to Me by ATHENA, a popular restaurant at Lyndale Avenue South and West Lake Street in Minneapolis, has closed its doors.
Gavin Kaysen, the owner and head chef at Spoon & Stable in Minneapolis, won the James Beard Award for Best Chef Midwest.