Woodbury Council Approves Liquor Licenses for Angelina’s Kitchen, Aldi

Both measures were quickly approved during Wednesday night's City Council meeting.

The Woodbury Aldi will soon offer 3.2 beer and Angelina’s Kitchen can now serve beer and wine following the Woodbury City Council’s unanimous approval of their liquor license applications.

No one spoke during public hearings on both matters at Wednesday night’s council meeting. Background checks came back clear for Aldi and Angelina’s Kitchen.

Aldi, a discount grocery chain, opened Oct. 5 in the former Borders space at 8427 Tamarack Bay. Councilwoman Julie Ohs called the approval of the liquor license a “routine matter.”

Angelina’s Kitchen, meanwhile, has consolidated its two locations (Angelina’s Café), and plans to add a wine bar. 

“Best eggplant parmesan in town, by the way,” said Councilwoman Amy Scoggins, who was recently re-elected to a third term.


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