In May, the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota (PAM) and The Red Stag Supper Club have teamed up to celebrate Preservation Month with several special "heritage" menus based on architectural styles that are common to the Midwest. Red Stag's executive chef, TJ Rawitzer, will create the menu. Here's the line-up:

  • May 5—11: Victorian era (late 1800's)
  • May 12—18: Bungalow (1920's)
  • May 19—25: Tudor (1930's)
  • May 26—June 1: Mid-Century Modern (1950's)

In case you were wondering, Preservation Month was established in 1973 by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and is co-sponsored by local preservation groups and state historical societies across the country. Get more details about Preservation Month, including information about a sneak-peak of the Pioneer Endicott building in downtown St. Paul on Tuesday May 20th and a Historic Pub Crawl in Red Wing on Saturday May 10th, by clicking here.

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