MINNEAPOLIS (05/15/2018) – Cushman & Wakefield Executive Director Ned Rukavina and Senior Director Kim Meyer have negotiated a lease for Lucky Cricket to occupy the former Bonefish Grill space at the West End in St. Louis Park, the company announced today.
The location for the new concept from Andrew Zimmern’s Passport Hospitality Company, which operates the AZ Canteen brand and other enterprises, and Michael McDermott, President and CEO of McDermott Restaurants, was teased with a special party during Super Bowl week. Lucky Cricket will be a contemporary Chinese restaurant with a menu that reflects Zimmern’s extensive travels throughout China, offering an adventurous sampling of dishes inspired by provinces with which Americans may be less familiar.
Andrew Zimmern is a four-time James Beard award-winning TV personality, chef, writer, teacher, and the creator, executive producer and host of the Bizarre Foods franchise, Andrew Zimmern’s Driven by Food and The Zimmern List shows on Travel Channel.
McDermott Restaurant Group operates a large portfolio of restaurants throughout the Twin Cities, including Rojo Mexical Grill, Randle’s Sports Bar and Tavern 23 (formerly Lou Nanne’s).
Lucky Cricket will fill the 8,110 square feet formerly occupied by Bonefish Grill, with a projected opening date of fall 2018.
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Adam Rae Voge