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Densely Populated North Loop Is Somehow Getting a Second Food Hall

The latest Twin Cities food trend continues with Hawaiian food, fried chicken, and more

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Detroit pizza is coming to the North Loop for at least a year
The Galley North Loop [Official]

North Loop Galley, a first-floor food hall is slated to hit the North Loop in Monday December 16, focusing on emerging chefs that offer a variety of food through 12-month leases as something of a test kitchen before opening their own brick and mortar locales. The first chefs to be featured will represent Ono Hawaiian Plates, a Hawaiian pop-up; Soul Fu; Wrecktangle Pizza, Minnesota’s first Detroit-style pizza stand, and Thigh Times Birdhouse, which will offer up variations on fried chicken. There will also be a bar to serve s

It’s all part of The Nordic, a new building development at 729 Washington Avenue North with a design and style to match its name that currently houses a digital media company and a third Minneapolis WeWork location. Currently housed in the 205,000 square-foot building is FRGMT coffee shop that opened earlier this month.

The food hall will seat up to 200 people inside with 80 additional outdoor seats, with lounge areas and fire pits.

This is the second food hall to land in the popular urban neighborhood. Graze food hall opened in September with popular eateries. That hall has navigated discussion around the parking challenges in the area.

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