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Uptown restaurant Chino Latino closes after 20 years – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Owners say the global street food restaurant “will live again” in new location.



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Chino Latino, the global street food restaurant near the corner of Lake and Hennepin for 20 years, closed Sunday.
“The decline was in place three to four years ago,” said Phil Roberts, co-founder of Parasole Restaurant Holdings in Edina, which owns and operates Manny’s Steakhouse, Pittsburgh Blue, Field Day, Good Earth and Burger Jones. “It began gradually and then COVID and the protests and rioting hit.”
Parasole believes the concept remains strong, and that it could be transported to another neighborhood….

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