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Revival to open its fourth Twin Cities location

The fried chicken and smoked meat maestros are moving to St. Louis Park.
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The fried chicken maestros at Revival are about to open their fourth location in the Twin Cities.

Parent company Twist Davis Group has announced this week that Revival will be opening at the recently-renovated Texa-Tonka strip mall off of Minnetonka Boulevard in St. Louis Park.

"Our new Revival location will serve our famed Southern fried chicken, burgers, hush puppies, ‘Jazzy Belle’ bubbles and more," the group said, with the restaurant scheduled to open in spring 2021.

Revival debuted to fanfare at 4257 Nicollet Avenue in south Minneapolis in 2015.

It has since expanded to Selby Avenue in St. Paul, and it also opened Revival Smoked Meats at the Keg & Case food hall in St. Paul.

Revival is the brainchild of head chef Thomas Boemer and restaurateur Nick Rancone, and it has built a following among Twin Cities fans of its southern comfort food.

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