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New England transplant threatens to hang himself over Twin Cities' bad food

Ruby Tuesday, a powerhouse of the Restaurants on the Service Road Next to the Mall, is killing off its stores in Minnesota. It's "uncompromising freshness and quality" was apparently not uncompromising enough.

Ruby Tuesday, a powerhouse of the Restaurants on the Service Road Next to the Mall, is killing off its stores in Minnesota. It's "uncompromising freshness and quality" was apparently not uncompromising enough. Wikimedia

Reader Bob Bob responds to Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday, from a bunch of Twin Cities suburbs:

I hate to break it to you, but I moved here from New England two years ago and pretty much all the food, beer and wine is pretty subpar in this state.

Maybe it's the German and Norwegian influence, but I can't even find decent pizza in this state. What's worse is people here seem to have subpar expectations for their food.

If I hear one more person tell me how Casey's Convenience Store makes the best pizza or how good Surly's overhopped crap is or what wonderful wines are at Crow River Winery, I may just hang myself.