Return of North Coast Nosh: Sep. 30

Becca Dilley / Heavy Table

The Nosh is back… with street food!

Join The Heavy Table and Peace Coffee from 5:30-9pm on Friday, Sep. 30. We’ll gather at the Peace Coffee Cafe and XY&Z gallery (3262 and 3258 Minnehaha Avenue) for a night of sipping and sampling from Upper Midwestern food artisans.

From the artisanal meats, to scrumptious baked goods, to beers, wines, ciders, local gourmet soda, and more, the North Coast Nosh will be an enchanting evening of complimentary local foods and drink.

We’ll also be debuting the North Coast Nosh Street Food Court. With five (or more!) local food trucks and food carts offering samples, this is your chance to taste your way through some of the newest and best street food the Twin Cities has to offer.  NOTE: This event is now SOLD OUT for pre-sold tickets. We will have a limited amount of tickets available for sale at the door for $20 each.

The Beez Kneez Honey of Minneapolis
Bogart Loves Bakery of Minneapolis
Common Roots of Minneapolis
Faribault Dairy of Faribault
Green Ox Meat Co. of Minneapolis
Joia Soda of Minneapolis
Peace Coffee of Minneapolis
Sweets Bakeshop of St. Paul and Minneapolis

Potent Potables:
of Milwaukee
Crispin Cider of Minneapolis
Harriet Brewing of Minneapolis
St. Croix Vineyards of Stillwater
Summit Brewing of St. Paul

Street Food Vendors:
Hola Arepa
of Minneapolis
Natedogs of St. Paul
Saucy Burt’s of Minneapolis
She Royal Deli
of Minneapolis
Vellee Deli of Minneapolis
World Street Kitchen of Minneapolis

Attendees must be 21 or over. A limited number of tickets will be sold at the door for $20. Proceeds from the evening will help support the writing and photography of The Heavy Table and the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, earmarked for work on food justice.

(For a recap of our last event, click here.)

Becca Dilley / Heavy Table


  1. Matt

    Do the vendors charge in addition to the ticket price; that is, do you have to pay for food/drink items? I’m in either way, but it would help to know for the purpose of marketing to friends.

  2. James Norton

    Seriously, I’m not sure what that means. Will there be meat in some samples? Yes. Most? No. You can check out the vendor list for a better idea … the meatball sub place will be doing meatball subs and charcuterie isn’t really very vegetarian, for example, but most of the other vendors are beer / cider / baked goods that involve no meat. The street food will skew toward meat, but She Royal is doing a veggie curry.

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