New Wine Bar, French Patisserie, Natural Health Store: East Metro Business Roundup
Are you wondering what businesses are opening or closing in the east metro or otherwise making the news? Here’s an update for the month of December.
New liquor store owners opened their first business in Oakdale in October.
White Lace Cakes, a French patisserie and cake parlour, opened up in Oakdale.
The salon's program called "Cutting Cuz We Care" offers free haircuts to local families in need of a little help.
Total Car Care moved to Oakdale earlier this fall.
The second annual Indoor Market kicked off on Saturday.
Longtime Oakdale resident and businessman Frank Orsello gives updates on a business that has moved in town, a local food shelf and 2012 in Oakdale.
Crazy 8 opened Wednesday; new restaurant, jewelry store still on the horizon.
Cheers Pablo will open in Tamarack Village early next year.
The locally owned restaurant recently began selling beer and wine.
Orange Leaf is set to join Freeziac and CherryBerry, according to a Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal story.
There was plenty of feedback on the news of Orange Leaf’s plans to open in Woodbury.
The wood-fire pizza shop made the announcement on its Facebook page.
The Woodbury City Council on Wednesday approved a liquor license for Aqua Vitae Wines and Spirits.
Wildwood Lodge in Lake Elmo is now a Holiday Inn & Suites.
Sweet Ducky Cupcakery opened Nov. 23 next to Meister’s in the old South Hill Liquor space, where Nancy Zimmerman and Sally Hanks are serving up cream-filled cupcakes, cookies and other sweet treats.
Vail Resorts, Inc. will purchase Afton Alps—and season pass holders will immediately receive a 25-percent discount off of lift tickets at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood this season.
Kiva Sherr-Nelson, a Stillwater resident and mother of three children, wanted to offer the community a place to buy natural products that was relaxing and child friendly, so she opened Mama Luna Natural Apothecary.
Have you been to Specialty Meats & Gourmet? How was your experience?
The new health club will occupy space formerly held by the now defunct Circuit City.
Retailer's stores include several Twin Cities locations, including Roseville.
Retailer of vintage pop culture merchandise is celebrating its fourth holiday season. The store's name is inspired by an episode of The Monkees' TV show.
Roseville's Julie Overbye Ledy starts up SocialMedia Experts
The popular sandwich shop will be getting new quarters.