Harriet's Inn building in south Minneapolis for sale - Bring Me The News

Harriet's Inn building in south Minneapolis for sale

The restaurant opened in 2015 and appears to have been closed since the start of the pandemic.
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Harriet's Inn, a bar and restaurant in Minneapolis' East Harriet neighborhood, is for sale. 

Paul Dzubnar, of Hightop Brands (Green Mill, Crooked Pint Ale House) and Jeremy Brown (franchisee of Crooked Pint) opened the restaurant at 4000 Lyndale Avenue in 2015. 

Like many restaurants, it closed temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic in mid-March and it doesn't appear to have ever reopened, according to the restaurant's Facebook page

It's not clear what's in store for the restaurant, except that the 5,838 square foot building is for sale, according to a Coldwell Banker listing. The property is large enough to fit 100 guests inside and 24 guests outside on the 1,188 square foot fenced-in patio with fire pits. It features a 30-foot bar and a full commercial kitchen. 

The listing says the furnishings and equipment are negotiable, and notes there is rental income from a tenant.

A listing price was not available. 

BMTN has reached out to the real estate agent and the restaurant owners for comment. 

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