Rosedale Center's new food hall to open next month

Potluck will focus more on Minnesota-based foodmakers.
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The new food hall at Rosedale Center, the mall's second in little over a year, will open next month.

Called Potluck, the food hall will focus on local restaurants and food producers, debuting at the Roseville mall at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 12.

It comes a little over a year after Rosedale Center's first attempt at a food hall, Revolution Hall, opened its doors. It closed abruptly this past July.

Potluck will feature eateries including Nordic Waffles, which has made its name with a stand at the Minnesota State Fair in recent years, as well as another outlet for Minneapolis seafood restaurant Smack Shack.

Twin Cities celebrity chef Justin Sutherland, who competed on "Top Chef," will open two restaurants: Chickpea, and Obachan Noodles and Chicken.

Obachan will serve up ramen, udon and soba with broths, along with Japanese fried chicken, while Chickpea will feature "a hummus bar and fresh salads."

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Also involved is FOX 9 presenter Jason Matheson, who is teaming up with pastry chef Adrienne Odom to open southern-style biscuit eatery Betty & Earl's, which is named after Matheson's grandparents.

Burger Dive, the Tony Jaros restaurant that replaced his former Northeast eatery, Tony Jaros River Garden, is in the mix too, as is south Minneapolis ice cream and pizza joint Grand Ole Creamery.

The food hall will be open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday to Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

It will be closed on Thanksgiving Day but will open early at 8 a.m. on Black Friday.

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