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E-DEMOCRACY | Mosaic (formerly Glacier) gets warm Minneapolis welcome
by Mary Mateer: Hi Everyone: I had lunch at the new improved Mosaic the other day and it was delightful. Same owner but he has given it a more vibrant look and revamped the menu. The staff was proud of the new changes and it showed in the service. The new chef is young with some great ideas. I loved the reasonable prices, the improved patio, the fact that they use local meats and produce, and being able to have a glass of Harriet Brewing Westside with my meal. It would be a great place to ride to on your bikes with the kids. Even if you don't have a meal, try their frozen custard. So many great choices in that area now. Nice to see business owners care and offer some nice variety to the neighborhood.
by Brian Moen: I'm very excited to try the new place, I just wish prices were a little lower. $10 for sandwiches and burgers is just a little high in my opinion. I've heard the custard is better than it used to be under Glacier, but not sure if it's really changed or not.
by Lisa Boyd: You got me with "Harriet Brewing Westside." I will now have to check out Mosaic for sure. Saw the new awning and wondered what exactly had changed. (BTW, I find that $8-10 is pretty typical for a lunchtime sandwich these days if you're not at a fast food chain.) Glad to hear the custard has improved. Along those lines, Fireroast Cafe (38th St & 37th Ave S) now serves 8 flavors of Sebastian Joe's. :-)
by Sasha Jensen: I was there last week. Just happened to be there on opening day. The staff was very excited and menu and interior are great! We are lucky to have it in our neighborhood so let's get the word of mouth out and get them business. They have done a great job investing in the store.
See thread here.
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