The burger-centric tavern Red Cow has announced plans for a third location, set to open in February of next year. Owner Luke Shimp signed a lease for a 5,700-square foot space in the upcoming Velo development in the North Loop. The location will also have an 850-square foot patio space. See also: R ... More >>
At the beginning of the month, Oskar Blues Brewery announced it would be moving its brand of canned craft beer into the Twin Cities market. Now this Colorado-based brewery has taken over a tap at Edina's Red Cow, with a selection of twelve drafts, including a few highly exclusive beers that will onl ... More >>
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The year-old Red Cow in Minneapolis is getting a little sibling. Luke Shimp's restaurant will be heading across the river to the saintly city and taking over the space that's currently occupied by Costello's. We spoke with Shimp to find out what his plans are.See Also:Red Cow builds buzz worthy burg ... More >>
Loaded and stuffed is the name of the game at this new southwest Minneapolis burger joint
The site was once a video rental store, but it's set to be neighborhood hangout at the Minneapolis edge of Edina. The new Red Cow restaurant has been beautifully redone with buttery cream-colored walls mixed with cherry-red booths and dark wood accents. The owner, Luke Shimp, knows a thing or three ... More >>
Luke Shimp is no stranger to converting former video rental stores into hopping restaurant locations. While part of the Blue Plate Company with sister Stephanie Shimp and David Burley, Luke helped transform the former Hollywood Video near Franklin and Hennepin into the Lowry. Now, on his ... More >>
Lu LippoldBlue Plate's Stephanie Shimp at the Lowry groundbreaking.Blue Plate restaurant group announced yesterday that its newest eatery, the Lowry in Uptown, is scheduled to open on August 15. The owners had anticipated being ready by August 2, but the state government shutdown put everyt ... More >>