CITY: Sushi Fix Liquor License

City of Wayzata Public Hearing Notice
City Considering On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License and Sunday On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Wayzata City Council will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, July 5,2017 at 7:00 PM, or as soon thereafter as time permits, in the Community Room at Wayzata City Hall, 600 Rice Street East, Wayzata, MN to consider a request by Sushi Fix Holdings LLC DBA “Sushi Fix” for an On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License and Sunday On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License for a restaurant located at 862 Lake Street E., Wayzata, MN.
All interested persons who desire to be heard on this request are invited to attend the public hearing, or to submit written materials prior to the meeting.

Jeffrey Dahl
City Manager

L’More Chocolat coming to Wayzata

The Wayzata Weekly newsletter from the City of Wayzata included this tidbit:

“A building permit was issued at 641 Lake St. E, suite 632 to make way for L’More Chocolat. The scope of work includes an interior remodel and a new exterior look. L’More Chocolat will take up a portion of the old Maha! tenant space.”

A quick visit to the company website indicates it will be the “Chocolate Lover’s Destination on Lake Minnetonka,” which will included handmade and imported chocolate treats, truffles, macaroons and more for “discerning connoisseurs“. The website also indicates it is the shop is expected to open in June.

I had seen some plywood over the old Maha space located adjacent to Gianni’s patio as I drove up and down Lake Street this week and wondered what was happening. Stay tuned for more information as it is available!

Image and text courtesy City of Wayzata / Data Practices Act § 13.02

Mpls St. Paul Magazine digs into Bellecour’s one-of-a-kind-whisky

As though Bellecour needed any more promotional press or plugs by either local or metro media, the white hot French Bakery and Restaurant in Wayzata was recently featured in Mpls St. Paul Magazine for a Private Select Whiskey from Maker’s Mark.

The headline of the article reads: “Barman Robb Jones teamed up with a legendary bourbon maker to create a custom whiskey for buzzy new Bellecour.” The author of the article is Stephanie March.

Catch the whole story here: