Minneapolis' Borough to Undergo Week-Long Remodel

Following the seventh annual Borough Block Party on Sunday, September 8, Borough will undergo a week-long remodel in celebration of their anniversary. When unveiled to the public on September 16, guests can anticipate an updated version of this North Loop neighborhood staple; not only with new decor but in taste as well. During the week of September 9, Borough’s reservation line will remain open, giving guests a chance to book a table to experience the updates the following week.

Parlour will remain available for guests as the changes are implemented upstairs. “In any business, it’s important to stay ahead of the curve and constantly reinvent yourself. Things are always changing and we realize the importance of being adaptable,” says Brent Frederick, owner of Jester Concepts. “As we approach our 7th anniversary, we saw an opportunity to delight guests and make a few updates we’ve had on our wishlist. We’ve listened to our guests over the years and can’t wait to share these updates with them.”

Executive chef, Mike DeCamp along with chef de cuisine Colin Sairio and pastry chef Jo Garrison have developed a fresh take on the menu. Still showcasing the best of Minnesota’s seasons with familiar and classic flavors, the menu will now include smaller plates designed to encourage guests to experience more of the menu. Whole animal butchery will be highlighted with dishes crafted from all parts of the animal, available as limited quantity specials. On the weekends, a trolly captained by a chef will roam the dining room offering inventive small plates reflective of Borough’s cuisine.

This playful addition has been designed to encourage creativity from the kitchen while creating an interactive experience for guests. Another new experience will include a chef’s tasting menu, available at the updated chef’s counter. These multi-course menus will change frequently and will be ticketed experiences reservable via Tock.

Design firm, Studio Grey has been brought in to bring this remodel to life. Changes will include more banquette seating designed to cozy up the dining room, as well as subtle and softer tones throughout. A new captains table will partition the dining room, acting both as an elegantly integrated service station as well as the division for a semi-private dining space. Additionally, the back bar will undergo a remodel with lighter wood tones, glass features, and new seating adjacent to the bar. Borough’s revamp will be available to guests beginning on Monday, September 16 with the same hours of operation as before.

And fret not, the Parlour Burger will still be on hand at the bar.

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