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Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan held a press conference at Little Thistle Brewing to celebrate the signing of the "Free the Growler" bill that allows larger breweries in the state to sell 64 oz. growlers and smaller breweries now have the option to sell 12 or 16 oz. canned beers and seltzers in their taprooms.
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Signs recently went up for Opa!, a Greek restaurant franchise, at 20 First Ave. SW on downtown Rochester’s Peace Plaza. That’s the former Jerk King/ Mac's space.
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The Hubbell House is one of the most famous dining locations in all of Southeast Minnesota. After being closed for five months and changing ownership, the Mantorville restaurant reopened its doors Tuesday.
Twenty-five downtown Rochester businesses so far will be offering discounts and promotions to nurses from May 6 through May 12 for National Nurses Week.

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This year's series will focus on local vendors and be held on six dates.
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Inside info—like best customer stories and the drinks you should really be ordering—from your six favorite Rochester bartenders (from our Best Restaurants voting).
The world's largest craft beer industry conference comes to Minnesota through May 5.
Panels discussions, a film screening and craft beer's push for diversity, inclusion and equity at the Craft Brewers Conference in Minneapolis.
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Manager and co-owner Lori Heins expects Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii to open its doors at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday at 1529 Highway 14 East in the Eastwood Plaza.
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Kasson brewery owner has acquired a car wash he plans to renovate into a taproom and production brewery.

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Thanks to help from the Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation, Linningham will open a food truck unlike any other in Rochester to kick off the summer.
A year after retirement from pro hockey has meant positive lifestyle changes for David Backes and his wife, Kelly, as they prepare for their biggest post-hockey venture with the opening of a new restaurant.
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Rochester's Cameo at the Castle restaurant, which Zach and Danika Ohly opened in late 2018, will soon close with Saturday as its last day cooking. Cameo leases the lower level of the renovated Castle, the former Rochester Senior Center, at 121 N Broadway Ave.

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