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The SHOUT! House in downtown Minneapolis is closing

Its last day in business is Saturday.

Like so many other Twin Cities restaurants and bars, The SHOUT! House in downtown Minneapolis abruptly announced that it will be closing for good this weekend. 

In a Facebook post, The SHOUT! House said it's last day will be Saturday.  

"After 14 long, loved years, The SHOUT! House Mpls will be closing its doors at 2am on Saturday June 30th. Please come visit us on our last few nights and help us kill the kegs and bottles! Give our players, staff, and loyal guests the proper send off! It’s going to be one hell of a party!!"

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