Hint: It's not a cheese-stuffed burger.
Party sizes will be limited and reservations are required.
Statewide restrictions are due to ease up on Monday.
Patrons still won't be able to sit at bars due to COVID-19.
The Minneapolis Christos Greek Restaurant location will remain open.
The Lakeville bar reopened in mid-December and has been the subject of several actions by the state for defying orders.
Al's has been fundraising to stay afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
He will address Minnesota at 2 p.m.
Walz will formalize guidance at a 2 p.m. press conference.
Indoor dining service has been banned since Nov. 18 amid spiraling COVID-19 cases, which have since declined.
It could come on Tuesday or Wednesday.
The Interchange Wine and Coffee Bistro reopened on Dec. 16, defying the governor's executive order.
Also hit by vandalism is Alibi Drinkery's neighbor, Angry Inch Brewing.
"We plead with you to contact your representatives to make a change."
The iconic St. Paul eatery suspended all service earlier this month.
The popular St. Paul restaurant says it'll be "back better than ever."
Ally Restaurants says it's re-evaluating its Plymouth location and plans to reopen its other two spots in the spring.
Mayor Jacob Frey says restaurants are being hit with charges up to 40% the value of an order.
Most businesses are closed on Dec. 25, but a few services will be available, along with restaurants offering takeout and delivery.
Four other establishments have received cease and desist letters.
They are subject of cease-and-desist orders.
The Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison has filed lawsuits against them.
All six Red Cow and Red Rabbit locations will open on Saturday.
Igloos and any fully enclosed structures don't count.