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Granite City to open first new location in two years

St. Louis Park-based Granite City Food and Brewery says it will open its first new location in nearly two years. The new restaurant in Troy, Mich. will be the chain's 27th location. It's scheduled to open in February.
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St. Louis Park-based Granite City Food and Brewery says it will open its first new location in nearly two years. The new restaurant in Troy, Mich. will be the chain's 27th location. It's scheduled to open in February.

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