An Uptown Minneapolis landmark is closing its doors for "a much needed break" following a shooting there this weekend.
Williams Uptown Pub & Peanut Bar, which has been a mainstay of the local night life for decades, announced the "indefinite" closure in a Friday afternoon Facebook post:
Early that morning, a bullet "grazed" Williams' storefront, leaving one person injured and "front windows shattered," FOX 9 reported.
WCCO reports the the victim was a man who suffered non-life threatening injuries. The station says two suspects were arrested in a traffic stop on Saturday, with police recovering two guns.
Williams' announcement does not mention the shooting, saying instead that, "just like many other Uptown businesses, Williams Pub & Peanut Bar will not be open to the public for an indefinite period of time while we take a much needed break."
It also invites the public to check back on the Williams website for "re-opening plans," though no updates have been posted there yet.
Bring Me The News has reached out to Williams for comment.