Cafe Maude taking over for Nick and Eddie

Cafe Maude, the South Minneapolis bistro known for being at the forefront of the local craft cocktail scene, is opening a new location at soon-to-close Nick and Eddie, 1612 Harmon Place, Minneapolis. A staffer at Maude confirmed the move and said the new location should open next month; the original Maude will remain open as usual.

Facebook Comments

comments

About the Author

Jason Walker

Jason Walker was born and raised in Kansas, where he grew up loving his grandmother’s homemade noodles and weekly fried fish. A summer internship in Milwaukee turned Jason and his wife, Leita, into die-hard fans of the Northwoods culture, and they moved to Minneapolis in 2006. Immediately the quality of food and drink in the Twin Cities was impressive – that even the most unassuming bar usually had a decent menu – and Jason knew he was home. Now living in the Fulton neighborhood with two kids, Jason grows tomatoes, cans voraciously, and badgers his neighbors with conversations about restaurants.

Visit Website

5 Comments

  1. Whoa, I wonder if they’ll keep the 54th/Penn location too?

  2. pepper jack shepard03/14/2012Reply

    Yes Matt, and the new location won’t open until at least June.

    They are completely re hauling the space. Not simply “taking over”

  3. Shenanigans.

  4. hyacinthkid03/14/2012Reply

    any word on when exactly N&Es is shuttering?

  5. The owner of N&E is dropping the lease and moving across the alley to the larger warehouse space nearby, where he’s building a new and better soundbar for live music. I’m not at liberty to divulge the name they will be launching under sometime in May, but before the official opening there will be a show on April 12 where you can get an early peek at the place. Event details here:

    https://www.facebook.com/events/298391993553721/

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*