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Tracy's Saloon Celebrates 35 Years in Seward

Time to toast this beloved, time-tested bar.

Photo Courtesy Tracy's Saloon

After an arduous remodel earlier this year, Tracy's Saloon & Eatery is once again open and thriving. Owners are anxious to thank fans for 35 years of business.

The bar originally opened as Dick Tracy's Saloon in 1979. When those who own the rights to the comic book sleuth by the same name threatened litigation, the Dick was dropped.

The week of December 8th through the 13th, Tracy's will celebrate the momentous occasion with food and drink specials, a wine-tasting fundraiser to benefit the Seward Montessori PTA and tapping of limited edition beers from Indeed, Summit and Surly Brewing.

The original Dick Tracy's Saloon photo credit: Tracy's Saloon & Eatery

On Tuesday the 9th, the bar will tap Indeed Rum King Imperial Stout, Surly's The Devil's Work Porter and Summit Herkulean Woods Cider.

On Wednesday the 10th there will be a six course wine dinner to benefit the Seward Montessori School's PTA. The dinner will cost $45 and tickets are available by emailing Contact@TracysSaloon.com.

All week long Summit's EPA pints will cost $3.50 and there will be a special burger available.

Tracy's Saloon

2207 E Franklin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404 (612) 332-1865 Visit Website

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