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Three new Raising Cane's — including the first in Minnesota outside of the Twin Cities — will be opening in the next few weeks.

The company Monday announced opening dates for its new St. Cloud and Brooklyn Park locations, while a spokesperson confirmed to Bring Me The News an opening date for the latest Minneapolis location.

They are:

  • St. Cloud (2635 W. Division St.) — Oct. 12
  • Minneapolis (3000 Snelling Ave.) — Oct. 19
  • Brooklyn Park (5625 96th Ave. N.) — Oct. 26

The St. Cloud Raising Cane's will be the company's first outside of the Twin Cities metro area.

Raising Cane's said Monday both that central Minnesota location and the restaurant in Brooklyn Park are looking to hire about 100 crew members each for the openings. Details are available here.

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The new Raising Cane's in Minneapolis will be the city's third. It is taking the place of a former Arby's that burned down during unrest following George Floyd's murder. (The lot is across the street from the burnt out 3rd Police Precinct.)

More Raising Cane's are on the horizon.

Planned locations in Maplewood and Roseville appear on track for November, a spokesperson said. And another is currently in development in Burnsville, though it likely won't open until 2022, according to the city.

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