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Twin Cities-based Crooked Pint Ale House to open Grand Forks location in Green Mill building

Crooked Pint Ale house, a Twin-Cities area restaurant serving burgers, craft beer and wine, will open a location in Grand Forks "near the end of the summer," according to a release issued by the franchise.

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The Green Mill in Grand Forks. Forum News Service photo.

Crooked Pint Ale house, a Twin-Cities area restaurant serving burgers, craft beer and wine, will open a location in Grand Forks “near the end of the summer,” according to a release issued by the franchise.

The restaurant will occupy the Green Mill location at 1930 Columbia Road, which closes today to prepare for renovations. Once it opens, it will join a growing chain the franchise is building throughout Minnesota and the Dakotas. The chain opened a location last month in Duluth , and its website states that a Sioux Falls, S.D., location is opening soon as well.

The menu for the restaurant’s Minneapolis location includes sandwiches, burgers, tacos, soups, “pub pot pies and hotdishes” and weekend brunch. According to the release, Crooked Pint serves the 32 craft beers, “featuring mostly local and regional favorites on tap,” as well as 20 different wines.

The Green Mill was recently shut down for two days for health code violations, from temperature violations to food storage concerns to unsanitary utensils. According to the statement issued by Crooked Pint, the business will close today to undergo renovations in anticipation of its reopening by summer’s end.

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