If the Twin Cities gets another burger bar, the whole of it might go up in a broiler inferno. But former Blue Plate executive Troy Redding is banking on burgers in the 'burbs, reports the Minneapolis/ St. Paul Business Journal.
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Luke Shimp, also a former executive at Blue Plate (known for its approachable family restaurants that still manage to maintain an edge and offer plenty of tap lines, like the Lowry, Freehouse, and the Longfellow Grill to name a few), has been painting the Cities red with his burger-centric restaurants Red Cow, which now has three locations.
Redding's new place will be going into a space where two other restaurants have recently failed, 16605 Cty. Rd. 24, Plymouth.
The restaurant will offer "sophisticated take on burgers and booze," and the opening date is slated for September.
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