Once upon a time there was a 15 yr old boy who never wanted to grow up and imagined that if he could surround himself with bicycles and fishing gear for the rest of his life, he’d always be happy and always be young at heart. Almost a decade later, that same boy was fixing, racing and riding bicycles in Minneapolis and the dream had become more of a plot.
Thus Angry Catfish was born. And, as they say, the rest is history.
Nightingale is a new restaurant/bar opening in the Whittier neighborhood. Owned and operated by husband and wife team, Jasha Johnston and Carrie McCabe-Johnston, we will offer a menu of bruschettas, small plates and more. Entire menu will be served from 4pm-1am Tuesday - Sunday.
We've been serving Chinese pastries in this location since 1983, and we're proud to still be serving you today. Over the years you may have seen our children grow up with the business. Our fortune cookie division grew up, too, and moved to its own state of the art facility. Currently, we are excited to bring you our newest line of Chinese and Hong Kong style menu items, and we hope to see you stop in soon! Wishing you wealth, health and happiness!
The Nicollet coffeehouse, with its quaint and modest allure, strikes a contrast to the bustling neighborhood surrounding it. Since reopening under new management in October, The Nicollet has quietly gone about reintroducing itself to the community. The recent expansion of evening hours--the shop is now open every day until 10 pm-- is a signal that the The Nicollet is finding its footing along the Eat Street corridor of Nicollet Avenue. (see article in TC Daily Planet)
1931 Nicollet Avenue
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404
Mon - Fri: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm; Sat - Sun: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
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