Minnesota's first retractable rooftop restaurant set to open

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Crews are putting the finishing touches on a new three-level restaurant in downtown Minneapolis that features a $1 million retractable roof. WCCO reports Union, located in the old Shinders building on the corner of Hennepin Avenue and 8th Street, opens to the public on Monday after nine months of construction.

Kaskaid Hospitality, owner of Crave, Urban Eatery and Figlio, is behind the new eatery. CEO Kam Talebi said, “I think the restaurant has come together incredibly nicely, and the feedback, just with the people who are going through it, is incredibly positive. The look and feel is exactly what we envisioned it to be.”

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