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The Mint restaurant to close this weekend   Featured

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Last weekend for arguably one of La Crosse's most eclectic and innovative restaurants.

After four years, The Mint at 1801 State St. will close its doors for the last time on Sunday.

The Mint broke molds in La Crosse through its farm to table model. Ingredients on the menu were locally sourced and the menu itself would constantly change based on what was available.

The tiny restaurant, folded into a uniquely restored former gas station, has also been known for its craft cocktails.

The final weekend beginning Friday night will not involve a full menu but cocktails and small plate specials.

In a Facebook post, Owner Corrie Brekke says the restaurant will use the weekend to "give us a chance to extend our thanks and say goodbye."

No reason has been given for the closing.

Brekke also owns The Root Note on 4th St. in downtown La Crosse. 

Last modified on Friday - September 14, 2018 10:11 am
Mitch Reynolds

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