Redevelopment set for Midtown diner

Published Thursday, October 20, 2016
by Steve Lackmeyer

Redevelopment of one of the city's last surviving Valentine diners is set to begin later this year following approval Thursday for conversion into a barbecue restaurant, bar, food truck courtyard.

The diner at 1220 N Hudson Ave., last home to Foodies, has been empty for three years. Built in 1963, it is a remnant of another era when such diners were located throughout the metro. The diner is being gutted, with bathrooms being relocated to an addition to make way for a new kitchen with seating for 45 people.

The outdoor courtyard, meanwhile, will accommodate up to 180 people.

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