Sun Street Breads and one blogger have a long and storied history, unbeknownst to SSB, though, so that sort of makes them a stalker?
Sun Street Breads
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Origami keeps showing up in the Sun Street Breads tip jar.
At one Southwest Minneapolis eatery, patrons are getting creative. According to a staff member, dollar bills folded, origami-style, into all manner of shapes keeps showing up in the tip jar at Tangletown's Sun Street Breads. It could pose a dillema for staff, though: money is nice, but who would want to take apart creations like these?
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
How's their new dinner menu turning out?
Thursday, December 1, 2011
The popular Tangletown eatery takes advantage of rising popularity.
Sun Street Breads, the popular cafe at 46th and Nicollet, is expanding its offerings, much to the probable delight of its fans. Not yet a year old, the eatery quietly began offering its dinner menu a couple of weeks ago. It was always in their plans, owners say, but now that the business has attracted a strong following, it seemed a good time to break out of their breakfast and lunch-only shackles (especially as they've now made the favorites list of Twin Cities foodie queen Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl). "We're really happy to be here," said co-owner Martin Ouimet, husband to Sun Street's baker genius Solveig Tofte. "Especially because some other places in the neighborhood are a bit higher-end." "We're really lucky to have Annette Colon in the…