Subo Closes and Morning Roundup

The always helpful City Pages Month in Review and five local chocolate treats at the History Center (our writeup of their opening is here), Corner Table rolls out a new menu, MNMO stumbles upon Cork Dork (and here’s our interview with owner Russell Fay), a Brit in residence extols her favorite local craft beers (good picks!), Perennial Plate documents the picnic opera Tales of Hoffman, a fall-inspired menu for a Minnesota engagement party, the Eat for Equity dinner looks particularly delicious this month, Ben Weaver appears on Localicious (our profile’s here), Subo has closed and will reopen as The Inn under the management of the Strip Club team (also: East-Lake scoffs at Tom Horgen’s classification of Longfellow as scary), and Bill heads over to Junior’s Sports Cafe.


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