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 with Pacifica of Burnsville, purchased the space in 2022 and began the redevelopment process. Windfall Group also recently acquired Burnsville Center itself, and has already begun their plans to revitalize the entire property.

Acclaimed chef and co-CEO of food hall management company Hospitality HQ, Akhtar Nawab was tapped to spearhead the process of curating vendors and helping with the property’s operations.

“I’m excited about this opportunity to bring the Twin Cities south metro an immersive, chef-driven dining destination, full of international flavors,” said Hospitality HQ co-founder Micheal Wetherbee in a press release. “We are focused on creating a vibrant hub for engaging, cross-cultural experiences.”

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