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Jim Kyndberg Leaves Crave for Fire Lake

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Jim Kyndberg has left his post at the helm of the Crave restaurant empire (also responsible for such gems as the 'Hipster Doofuses' wanted ad for Urban Eatery), reports Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl at Mpls.St.Paul Magazine. He's headed to the downtown Minneapolis Radisson—which is about to get a $30 million face-lift—where he will replace Paul Lynch at Fire Lake. Lynch moves from one Radisson dining establishment to another, taking the reins of the currently under-construction Radisson Blu Restaurant at the Mall of America.

Kyndberg's parting with Crave was apparently amicable, which is a good thing since Union—the latest addition to the Crave pantheon—is slated to open just one block down Hennepin from Fire Lake. Union, headed by Jim Christiansen (of La Belle Vie and Sea Change), is set to open early this month.

[Photo: Radisson website]
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FireLake Restaurant

31 S 7th St, Minneapolis, MN 55402 612 216 3473 Visit Website

Fire Lake Restaurant

31 South 7th Street Minneapolis, MN

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