New Restaurant Central N.E. Coming to Northeast Minneapolis

Morrissey Hospitality announces new concept in former Bad Waitress space
Central N.E.’s sign now hangs on Central Avenue in northeast Minneapolis


The recently renovated 700 Central building in northeast Minneapolis has a new restaurant on the way. Central N.E. is set to open up on Thursday, July 16, in the space previously occupied by the Bad Waitress’ second location for the past three years. (Currently closed due to COVID-19, the original Bad Waitress is in south Minneapolis in the Eat Street neighborhood.)

The restaurant is a partnership between Morrissey Hospitality (co-owner Arthur Morrissey is associate publisher of Greenspring Media, Minnesota Monthly‘s parent company) and Bad Waitress owners Mary and Andy Cohen.

According to a press release, Central N.E. will serve “elevated American cuisine made from scratch and innovative cocktails made with Minnesota spirits.”

When Central N.E. opens, dinner will be available both in the restaurant and for takeout, and lunch and brunch service will be added in the future.

Here is the initial menu:

Facebook Comments