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The Maker of the Megadilla Is Closing Both Locations

Flagsmash is taking a hiatus

A giant quessadilla stuffed with goodies and gooey cheese
Flagsmash is going on hiatus
John Yuccas/Eater Twin Cities

In very sad news for those that love giant burritos and gargantuan quesadillas, Flagsmash’s owner Jaime Gonzales announced yesterday that effective immediately the business would no longer be serving inside La Doña Cervecería. Also, the stand inside Graze Food Hall, which had been operating on limited hours, will also end after this Saturday.

Gonzales wrote, “This is not an expected or easy change to make, and as always, we thank you for your support since our inception as a pop-up at random breweries and events. You showed us what we did mattered and that support can’t be packaged or purchased.”

Flagsmash began as a food truck and pop-up when Gonzales was fed up with the 9 to 5 cubicle life. He launched in the dead of winter, serving border smashing food that borrowed a little bit of this and that flavor-wise from around the world, rolled it up and sometimes fried it into insanely fun-to-eat dishes.

Friends and family, This post was to supposed to inform you all that we have decided to move on from our stall at Graze...

Posted by Flagsmash on Monday, February 24, 2020

The vacated space at Graze will soon be taken over by Moral Omnivore, a vegetable-loving food truck’s first brick and mortar.

Graze Food Hall

520 North 4th Street, , MN 55401 Visit Website

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