Main Street Farmer Eatery is set to re-open for its first days of service in 2018, ownership stated on social media Tuesday, Jan. 9.
The restaurant, located in the heart of St. Michael, will be ready for lunch on Wednesday, Jan. 10.
“MSF will be OPENED for Lunch + Dinner service beginning tomorrow morning January 10th @ 11am!
Reservations can still be made on our TOCK reservation system found on our website (mainstreetfarmer.com) + our Facebook Page beginning today or contacting our Front of House after 11am tomorrow @ 763.777.9395.
Our Team has been reading all the words of support + care from our Facebook Friends, our loyal supporters + guests, family + friends. We could not be more humbled + proud to be apart of the St. Michael community.
Everyone @ Main Street Farmer is ready to get back to work doing what we love to do! Thank you. Thank you.
The Team @ Main Street Farmer hope to see all of you this weekend!!!!!”
Main Street Farmer Eatery posted on social media Tuesday, Jan. 2 that it would be closed until midweek this week due to a sprinkler malfunction at the building, which is located at 21 Main Street South, near the intersection with Central Avenue.
“The restaurant experienced a sprinkler malfunction causing water damage which must be repaired before we can reopen,” management posted at the time.
Main Street Farmer specializes in farm-to-table fare, and opened to grand success in 2016. The restaurant has earned accolades from Minneapolis and St. Paul publications, as well as regional ‘foodie’ Jason DeRusha, a television personality on WCCO.
“We’ve been thrilled by the enthusiasm from the community for a fresh, made from scratch, kitchen approach to locally sourced food,” owner Jonathan Campion told NWCToday in May of 2017.