We help people who suffered human and economic injuries in these types of cases: Employment Law, Whistleblower Rights, Civil Rights, Health Records Privacy, and Class Actions. We are cyclists, and we help fellow vulnerable roadway users who were injured in bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and electric scooter accidents.
Breakfast Bar of Minnesota offers a fast casual dining experience serving Southern inspired comfort food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Owner, Marcus Williams is a current National Football League (NFL) player and native of Minneapolis. During his time in the NFL, Marcus has traveled to many cities across the United States and UK, and had very unique dinning experiences, which inspired him to purchase the Breakfast Bar. “Our mission is three fold; To provide the downtown workforce a delicious cup of coffee first thing in the morning, as well as a flavorful choice for breakfast and lunch. To provide greater twin cities residents a wonderful place for dinner in the downtown area featuring a beautiful patio to dine under the stars. And third, to offer sports fans a hub for food, drinks and cheering.” The Breakfast Bar of Minnesota is located within walking distance of Target Center, Target Field and US Bank stadium. An additional “MUST” do to round out the Breakfast Bar of Minnesota experience is the Hookah and Cigar services we offer on the patio.
The Avant Garde is a renaissance arts, music and entertainment production company that was established in 2014. We specialize in creating outings that infuse multiple forms of art into one event (music concerts, visual art showings, dance performances, poetic readings, theater, etc) along with producing music projects for the world to enjoy.
Ted Cook’s 19th Hole was the creation of Louis “Ted” Cook, who is originally from Dayton, Ohio and his wife of 48 years Amilee Cook. Ted owned and managed the 19th Hole Barbecue from 1968 to 1986 and passed it on to the Davis Family, Richard, Priscilla and Michael Davis. The Davis family sold Ted Cook’s to Moses Quartey in July 2001. An avid golfer and a long time member of the Twin Cities Golf Club, Teddy as he was affectionately called was Minnesota State Senior Golf Champion in 72 and also a champion at 19 in Ohio. He passed away on July 20, 1992.
Published on April 21st, 2021. Last updated on April 28th, 2021, by Sam Glover.