Popular St. Paul burger spot eying second location in Minneapolis

The Blue Door Pub, known as the 'Home of the Juicy Blucy’ in St. Paul, has been granted parking approval for a new location in Minneapolis' Longfellow neighborhood.
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The Blue Door Pub, known as the 'Home of the Juicy Blucy’ in St. Paul, has been granted parking approval for a new location in Minneapolis' Longfellow neighborhood.

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