The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is getting a restaurant makeover, according to Rick Nelson at the Star Tribune. The museum's second-floor restaurant—formerly run by D'Amico and Partners (who also manage the restaurant at the Walker Art Center)——is temporarily closed; a sign on the door reads, "Coming soon: A new museum-worthy dining experience by Stock & Badge."
What is this Stock & Badge? It's the collaboration between Victory 44, Dogwood Coffee, and Rustica, and is also behind Longfellow's Parka. There's no word on the exact opening, but Nelson reports that the museum website says the new restaurant will be open "before the snow flies" (though it's already arguably too late for that).
· New Restaurants Coming to Minneapolis Institute of Arts [Star Tribune]
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