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Whiskey Inferno Gets Lit in Savage

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All the smoked meats at Savage’s newest restaurant
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Whiskey Inferno is now open on Highway 13 in Savage. Owned by the same people behind the Bourbon Butcher in Farmington and The Volstead House in Eagan means a whiskey-starring drink menu from beverage director Ralena Young. The menu is filled with fire-friendly dishes like wings, nachos, chili and burgers. Whiskey Inferno is open for lunch and dinner weekdays and brunch on the weekends.

Kaposia Club also makes its debut today. The newly constructed South Saint Paul restaurant aims to be a neighborhood spot with everything from pizza to prime rib on the menu.

—Inver Grove Heights will soon see the rise of a brewpub from the owners of Lakeville Brewing inside an old Ruby Tuesdays. According to a Pioneer Press story, owners are 99% sure the name will be Inver Grove Heights Brewing.

St. Paul Tap has replaced Tavern on the Avenue on Jefferson Avenue in Saint Paul with a major refresh, but retaining a true-to-the-neighborhood vibe and affordable prices. Stop by Wednesdays for half price 80’s arcade games.

Chef Shack Bay City is still open (even if the backyard is a bit snowier than this)
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Chef Shack Ranch has closed to the public. Carrie Summer and Lisa Carlson, the chefs behind the pioneering food truck operation have decided to use the Seward location as a base for the catering business. Meanwhile, the stunning Chef Shack in Bay City, Wisconsin location remains open until New Year’s Eve.

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