Minnesota Farmers Union opens Farmers’ Kitchen in Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota Farmers Union opens restaurant and bar in Minneapolis.
Farmhouse Kitchen + Bar opens Wednesday in the historic Mill District of Minneapolis.
MFU’s board of directors voted to open the restaurant in August 2019, but plans were halted by COVID-19. After being on hold for much of 2020, the project moved forward into 2021 with the goal of bringing farm-fresh food directly to customers.
The restaurant is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. Kitchen hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. From 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., the café-bar will be open and there will be pastries and take-out items for sale. From 10 a.m., the kitchen will be open and will serve starters, salads, sandwiches and picnic platters in addition to take-out and pastries. Vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free dishes are on the menu.
Farmers Kitchen + Bar is wholly owned and operated by Minnesota Farmers Union. It connects eaters with family farmers by bringing fresh farm produce to their plates.
Central Minnesota farms participating in the New Kitchen Market include:
Smude Sunflower Oil in Pierz
Stony Creek Dairy in Melrose
Untiedt vegetable farm in Waverly
Chieftain Wild Rice in Aitkin
Donnay Dairy in Kimball
Princeton Iron Shoe Farm
Pettit pastures in Milaca
Farmers Kitchen + Bar will expand its hours and menu as staff say they are ready.
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