Sports, Food, Low Rents Could Spark Burnsville Center

Sports, Food, Low Rents Could Spark Burnsville Center

The food hall, called Ate Ate Ate, will open later this spring with nine food vendors, a bar and a beer pull wall. The renovated space in the mall’s north extension will also include an Enson Market store, part of an Asian supermarket chain. “We think it’s going to...
Coming Soon: Ate Ate Ate at Burnsville Center

Coming Soon: Ate Ate Ate at Burnsville Center

Ate Ate Ate is coming to the north extension at Burnsville Center, set to open later this spring. The new food hall aims to bring international cuisine with nine diverse vendors, a central bar, and Enson Market, an Asian supermarket. The Windfall Group, in partnership...
Packing District Announces Tentative Opening for New Food Hall

Packing District Announces Tentative Opening for New Food Hall

The Packing District has just announced a new timetable for the opening of its long-awaited food hall project, in the historic Great Southern Box Company building near the corner of Princeton Street and Orange Blossom Trail. The 13,000+ SF building, which was...
The Twin Cities’ Most Anticipated Spring Restaurant Openings

The Twin Cities’ Most Anticipated Spring Restaurant Openings

Construction is underway at Ate Ate Ate, the massive new food hall coming to Burnsville. The Chicago-based Windfall Group purchased Burnsville Center in 2022, partnering with the Pacifica of Burnsville group — consulting company Hospitality HQ, helmed by New...