Burger Jones in Minneapolis announces permanent closure

It joins the growing number of shuttered restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The latest Twin Cities restaurant to announce its closure is Burger Jones of Minneapolis.

The restaurant at Calhoun Village, near the northwest shore of Bde Maka Ska, will shutter permanently. The Burger Jones location in Burnsville will remain open.

It's owned by Twin Cities restaurant group Parasole, which also owns Manny's Steakhouse, Chino Latino, Salut Bar Americain, Pittsburgh Blue Steakhouse, Good Earth, and Field Day. 

"It is with a heavy heart that we announce to our beloved guests in the Twin Cities that Burger Jones in Calhoun Village will close it's doors for good," the restaurant announced on Tuesday.

"We are so proud, and so happy for all of the friendships we have made with all of you. We love and appreciate the staff who has worked with us for the past 11 years, thank you so much!"

The announcement came on the same day that Moose & Sadie's, in Minneapolis' North Loop, confirmed its permanent closure.

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Here's the running list of Twin Cities restaurants that have closed since the pandemic arrived in March:

Mission American Kitchen

Cheese Louise

Sleepy V’s

Egg & I

El Burrito Mercado Mpls

Izzy’s St. Paul

4 Bells

Bachelor Farmer/Marvel Bar

NE Arcade

Muddy Waters

Bar Luchador

Cleveland Wok

Old Chicago Apple Valley

Betty Danger’s


Minnesota Bonfire x 5

Moose & Sadie’s

Burger Jones

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