Taco Cat is Closing at Midtown Global Market

The restaurant had provided bike-delivered tacos to south Minneapolis since 2014

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Midtown Global Market restaurant Taco Cat has announced that it will close at the end of September. “We’re going to close for good,” said a Facebook announcement posted Tuesday. “It’s not an easy decision, but we feel it’s the right one.”

The bike-powered delivery operation opened in 2014 and moved into Midtown Global Market in south Minneapolis in 2015. In past years, Taco Cat had participated in Midtown’s booth in the International Bazaar at the Minnesota State Fair.

The plan comes after owners Tristan Jimerson and Daniel Laeger-Hagemeister had considered opening a stand-alone location. “We decided instead of going into massive amounts of debt to just end it there,” Jimerson told Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal.

Hey everyone, we’ve got some important news. We’ll be running our Thursday-Saturday 4-8pm dinner service until the end…

Posted by Taco Cat on Tuesday, August 11, 2020

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