Two of its Minneapolis locations are still open, with the third temporarily closed.
The 24-hour diner will open in the new space this summer.
Fair on 4 features axe throwing, go carts and fair-themed foods.
The city kept the ban in place while statewide restrictions were loosened in January.
It faced being fined $3,000 for every day it remained open in defiance of the governor's shutdown.
The Interchange in Albert Lea was found in contempt of court by Freeborn County District Court.
Alibi Drinkery has also been ordered to close by a court.
The Lakeville Bar is open again on Thursday.
The bars face having their liquor licenses suspended, as well as risking court action.
They are the latest to be sued by the Attorney General's Office.
The bar stayed open despite a 60-day license suspension pending against it.
Alibi Drinkery has courted controversy with its decision to flout COVID-19 orders.
The State of Minnesota also suspended the license of a Princeton bar, with another facing a suspension.
The announcement was made Sunday.
Havens Garden owner Larvita McFarquhar argues the shutdown is unconstitutional.
The owner has lunched a fundraiser for repairs.
The bar went up in flames around 4 a.m.
Olmsted County has taken action.
The bar will be allowed to reopen if it shows it's in compliance with the rules.
A group of more than 50 Republican lawmakers have sent a letter to Gov. Tim Walz.
The DPS returned for follow-up checks at the affected bars.
Employees not wearing face masks was the main violation.
Health officials say there have been multiple cases of COVID-19 linked to bar hopping.