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Wednesday April 17, 2013
Two decades ago, 64 city establishments had licenses that allowed them to sell only lower-alcohol beer. While a few...
Once a gathering spot in Many Minneapolis neighborhoods, 3.2 bars are dwindling.
Marion and Joe Abell own the T-Shoppe, one of Minneapolis’ two remaining 3.2 bars. Some say the bar was a Prohibition speakeasy (in the guise of a tea shop).
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