Theater Buyout, Mobile Store, Bar Eviction: Washington County 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 October.
Oakdale's second Caribou Coffee is now open for business.
Quality office space draws former Stillwater business to Oakdale.
The acquisition was announced Monday. The transition will take place before the end of the year.
Gator's Liquor in Oakdale will be celebrating its five-year anniversary on Oct. 20.
Product has been off the shelves since January recall.
Cowboy Jack’s is going in at the location, which has seen a steady rotation of restaurants over the years.
The photography studio will remain open.
A Woodbury Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting event is set for Thursday morning.
Roosters Men’s Grooming Center is open in Woodbury’s City Center.
The Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Italian restaurant at the Valley Creek Mall.
A wine bar is also planned at the Woodbury restaurant.
The store is going in at Tamarack Village.
About two dozen people were lined up outside the doors Friday morning.
The shopping center announced the upcoming openings on Thursday.
Melissa Miroslavich has moved her studio from St. Paul to Woodbury.
If you dream of gigantic scoops of ice cream in Stillwater ... think spring.
The ESPNU film crew is planning to shoot nightlife footage of the Road Trip show Thursday, Nov. 1 at Smalley's Caribbean Barbeque.
The Oak Park Heights McDonald’s location closed this week for demolition, but the fast food restaurant’s new location off of Stillwater Boulevard is not yet complete.
According to court documents, Washington County District Court Judge Ellen Maas ordered Monique Hammer, doing business as Pub Monique, to be evicted this week from the space on Main Street in downtown Stillwater.