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Bradstreet 2.0 'Dropping the Pretension'

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This week brings the temporary shutter of cocktail spot Bradstreet Craftshouse Restaurant, which will be closing in its current location in the Graves 601 Hotel and reopening as Bradstreet Neighborhood Craftshouse in the space formerly belonging to Rye Deli on the edge of Lowry Hill.

In a (long) note posted today on their Facebook page, they explain that they will be "changing up the programming a little" in the new location, "dropping the pretension that's become ingrained in the current cocktail scene." The note continues:

"Inclusiveness, not exclusiveness, will prevail. Whatever your drink of choice, whether a classic Aviation, dirty vodka martini, craft brew or decadent wine, we'll get it to you quickly and promise it will be fantastic."

The new location is slated to open this fall, and will also include more seating, an expanded menu (including brunch), and expanded hours.
· Bradstreet Craftshouse Facebook Page [Facebook]
· All Coverage of Bradstreet Craftshouse/Bradstreet Neighborhood Craftshouse [Eater MPLS]

[Photo: Minneapolis Single]

Bradstreet Craftshouse Restaurant

601 1st Avenue N, Minneapolis, MN 55403 612 312 1821

Bradstreet Neighborhood Craftshouse

1930 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN

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