The village tavern has long been the go-to for visiting families and visiting friends, but now that there’s a new restaurant and a new menu to choose from, it’s time to get your family and friends the same experience.
Read more The new menu features more seasonal, local and regional foods, along with new dishes that feature local ingredients and produce from the area.
The new tavern menu will be available starting Thursday at the Village Inn, a new destination located in the village of White Oak, Minnesota, about 35 miles north of Minneapolis.
The restaurant is being developed by the nonprofit Food & Culture Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to promoting local, sustainable food and agriculture.
The new menu is a part of a wider effort by the village to expand and modernize its dining offerings, which is one of the reasons the village plans to expand to the larger Twin Cities market, as well as the Northwoods and East Village.
“The Village Inn will be an ideal location for us to add new offerings to the menu,” said Village Inn general manager Rob Moulton.
“The Village has become a destination for families and friends to enjoy, and we want to continue to support this tradition.”
The Village Restaurant is also expected to expand its hours and offer a variety of new menu options, Moulon said.
There will be no special menu items on Thursday, but there will be dishes like the Pita Salad, an Indian style dish featuring fresh pita chips and lettuce.
“It’s a big change from last year,” said Joe McElroy, who owns the White Oak Restaurant, which has been serving up a seasonal Indian cuisine since the 1930s.
“It’s going to be a really good time to see how we do.”
The village has been planning to open a new tavern and restaurant in the spring of 2019.
In 2019, the Village’s original restaurant closed.
In 2018, the village opened its second restaurant, a local version of the famous White Oak Tavern, which became a popular destination for visiting musicians.
But the village was looking for a way to keep its old, traditional tavern in the same location.
That meant opening a new dining experience and offering more seasonal food and produce, Mignon said, and the new restaurant will be a good fit.
“When we’re opening a restaurant, we don’t want it to be an old, familiar place,” Mignons said.
“We want it just to be the best we can be.
It’s just what we have in our stomachs.”
The new restaurant menu will also include new, seasonal, locally and regional dishes, like the Peanut Butter and Jelly Pancake.
It will also be made from local ingredients, Malthon said.
“We’re going to bring back the original flavors,” he said.
The menu also includes an option for guests to sample the new seasonal menu.
The menu will include a variety, including seasonal favorites like the “Creamy Strawberry,” “Summer Fudge” and “Peanut Butter & Jelly Pancakes.”
The restaurant will also offer more options for family dining, like an appetizer with an assortment of seasonal salads and a dessert menu, Mirlons said, along and the bar and restaurant.
The village plans on offering more special menu options on Thursday and will add new seasonal dishes and produce.
Mignons, Mihalie and Moultons are the owners of the Village Restaurant.
Mihalies, who is the village’s first female manager, said the restaurant will have a more diverse menu than the original restaurant.
“There’s going of course a whole lot of fresh local produce, and it will be in a really, really good variety of flavors,” Mihals said.
Moulons said that the village has hired a chef who will help create a more seasonal menu, but he will not be the only chef.
“We’ll have someone from the local community who can take on that role,” Moulons added.
“If we have a chef that can cook a lot of different dishes, that’s going for us.
It’ll be great for the dining experience.”