Red Stag Supperclub: Restaurant Industry Monday Nights
March 8 - April 30, 2021
The Red Stag Supperclub in Northeast Minneapolis is launching a Monday night special benefiting Minnesota Central Kitchen. Every Monday through the end of April from 3:30-7 pm, restaurant industry workers are invited to come in for a free dinner. Donations will be collected on a give-what-you-can basis and go to directly support MCK's work to fight hunger in the Midwest.
The Red Stag, known for its delicious takes on classic supper club fare, is open again nightly, offering nightly specials such as Tuesday Date Night Dinners, Dill Chicken Sunday Dinners, and its famous Friday Night Fish Fry. A different nonprofit organization will benefit from the Monday Industry Night Meal each month.
Owner Kim Bartmann has a history of community involvement and has supported our mission over the years. Since Kim Bartmann opened her very first restaurant 30 years ago, being actively engaged in the community has been a core value. “We’re so excited to be back at the Red Stag, a place near and dear to me, as it was inspired by the supper clubs I grew up going to. I always want to figure out creative ways to do what we do while also doing something that benefits the world around us. Right now, hunger relief seems more important than ever, and I love the idea of starting each week by serving and feeding those in our local restaurant industry while supporting an organization that is doing such important work.“
So, please spread the word and tell all your connections in the Twin Cities restaurant industry! Non-industry folks are welcome as well, regular dinner service runs until 9 pm.
About the Red Stag Supperclub: The Red Stag features a north-woods-style menu focusing on locally farmed and organic ingredients. Clean food. Dirty martinis. More info at redstagsupperclub.com.