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  • Speakeasy Announces New Menu in Northeast Minneapolis

     
    POSTED March 8, 2017
     

Stem, a speakeasy located in Northeast Minneapolis, has introduced a new menu that will include small lot wines, craft cocktails, artisan beer and appetizers.

“The neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis is known for its beer,” says Ivy Taheri, owner. “We wanted a place where people can socialize and be comfortable in an upbeat atmosphere. We can’t wait to surprise our guests with unique wines from around the world, craft cocktail creations and fun events to suit everyone’s needs.”

Stem’s wine menu includes a range of wines such as small lot wines, wine flights and a daily rotating by the glass menu. Guests can sign up for monthly educational wine tasting events and other events during the week.

Located in the historic Fire Barn building, Stem provides events with an industrialized speakeasy atmosphere for up to 90 guests. For more information about Stem, head to stemminneapolis.com.

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