Party sizes will be limited and reservations are required.
The Interchange in Albert Lea was found in contempt of court by Freeborn County District Court.
The Lakeville bar reopened in mid-December and has been the subject of several actions by the state for defying orders.
"I recognize our shared interest in finding a pathway ... to ensure an orderly end of the peacetime emergency when it is no longer needed," Walz writes.
The latest executive order approves the reopening of pools for organized swimming Jan. 4.
One bar has gone back to curbside pick-up while the other is still offering dine-in service.
Walz will formalize plans during a 1:15 p.m. press conference.
The small business is located in town in Wabasha County.
The gym is facing a lawsuit and a temporary restraining order to halt their operations.
More guidance is coming.
The new rules only apply to the reception, not the ceremony.
The order gives the AG, county attorneys and city attorneys the ability to investigate violations and recoup costs.
Education Minnesota calls it "a step in the right direction."
The judge issued a temporary restraining order following a lawsuit that claims restaurant capacity restrictions are unlawful.
The majority of cases linked to the bars are young adults.
The ordinance goes into effect on Saturday.
Low risk sports can resume competitive games with restrictions.
The governor will provide an official update at 2 p.m. Friday.
Churches can allow 25% capacity up to 250 people, but bars and restaurants can only serve a max of 50 customers outside only.
The diocese will allow churches to resume in-person mass next week.
In a letter to partner churches, Catholic leaders said Mass can resume at one-third capacity.
A maximum of 50 guests are allowed outdoors under the latest order from Gov. Tim Walz.
Businesses that continue to violate the order could face stiff penalties.
Walz strongly encourages Minnesotans to wear a mask in public settings.