Parka, a proposed restaurant at 4023 East Lake Street, seeks a license for On Sale Wine with Strong Beer. The City of Minneapolis will hold a public hearing on November 29th to gather public input regarding the application. Comments may also be submitted in writing by mail or email. Details below:
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Date: Thursday, November 29, 2012
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Place: Minneapolis Police 3rd Precinct Community Room, 3000 Minnehaha Avenue
Purpose: To present information and solicit comments for the application from Parka, located at 4023 East Lake Street for an On Sale Wine with Strong Beer License. If approved, they intend to operate a full service restaurant with wine and beer and no entertainment.
Applicant’s Name (Legal Entity): Dogwood Lake LLC
DBA/Trade Name: Parka
Complete Address: 4023 East Lake Street
Telephone Number: 612-202-8986
Current License(s): There are no current licenses at this location.
Requested License(s): On Sale Wine with Strong Beer Class E
Nature of Entertainment: No entertainment.
Off Street Parking: The Zoning Department has determined that no off street parking is required; however, ten spaces exist in the rear parking lot.
You are invited to attend, express your opinions, and/or submit such in writing. Please use the next page to make written comments or contact Julie Casey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-673-3905.
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There will be a public hearing this Thursday to gather public opinion regarding Elevated Beer, Wine & Spirit’s application for an Off-Sale Liquor license to operate at 4135 Hiawatha Ave. For more information about the proposed business, see the front page article of the August edition of the Longfellow/Nokomis Messenger.
The Blue Door, the famed St. Paul neighborhood pub known for their Juicy Lucys, is ready to move forward with plans for a Longfellow location after receiving approval for their wine and beer license. The Blue Door has also received the necessary zoning approvals to go into the commercial building at the corner of 42nd Ave & 35th Street (see photo below). The Blue Door will renovate the building, adding windows, seating for 70 patrons, and of course the famous blue door.
The owners of the Blue Door met with the LCC Neighborhood Development committee almost a year ago to first present their plans. Both the Neighborhood Development committee and the LCC Board of Directors wrote letters of support for the approval of a wine and beer license for the Blue Door. The Blue Door also worked with the City of Minneapolis and a group of neighbors to the proposed location to develop conditions associated with their wine and beer license.