Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The outdoor-goods retailer announced its plans to open a store in Woodbury on Tuesday.
A new Cabela’s in Woodbury would be built just north of Tamarack Village, not within it. Cabela’s, a national outdoor-goods retailer, announced Tuesday its plan to build a new store in Woodbury. Related: Cabela’s Plans to Open Store in Woodbury The release from the company said it would open at Tamarack Village, but the president of the company that owns Tamarack told the Pioneer Press that Cabela’s has been looking at buying property at the southwest corner of Radio Drive and Interstate 94, north of the shopping area. No permit applications have have been submitted to the city at this point, said Eric Searles, Woodbury associate planner. Cabela’s plans to open the 85,000-square-foot store in the fall of 2014, with construction set…
Monday, October 15, 2012
The Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Italian restaurant at the Valley Creek Mall.
Angelo Montes said he was emotional and excited. “I’m ready to serve the community,” he said. Sole Mio Ristorante, a new Italian restaurant, opened today, Monday, Oct. 15, at the Valley Creek Mall in Woodbury. It has been a long and sometimes difficult construction process for Montes, owner and chef, but he said he’s pleased with the space. “The restaurant turned out beautiful,” Montes said before a Woodbury Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting. Hundreds of people came for the soft-opening events over the weekend, Montes said. “The food was phenomenal—everybody said it was great,” he said, adding that staff also performed well. The former Mi Familia space has been completely renovated and the menu includes steaks, seafood and pasta, and more…
Friday, October 5, 2012
About two dozen people were lined up outside the doors Friday morning.
Monique Garza was among those who went through the doors Friday morning as Aldi opened in Woodbury. “I was the first, I think,” said Garza, a Woodbury resident who has shopped at other Aldi stores and was excited to have one closer to home. Aldi, a discount grocery chain, was giving away free samples and had a grilling station set up outside for its first day in Woodbury. About two dozen people were lined up for a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony. Raffles and free tote bags were also among the Day 1 promotions. Company officials had been eyeing Woodbury for some time as Aldi looked to expand into more Twin Cities markets, said Matt Lilla, divisional vice president. “We’re really excited to be here,” he said, noting the Woodbury location is …
Thursday, September 27, 2012
The new grocery store is opening in the former Borders location.
Saturday, June 16, 2012
The market at Central Park/YMCA opens Sunday; the CityWalk market opens June 27.
One more sign of summer will appear Sunday in Woodbury. The farmers market at Central Park/YMCA opens Sunday, June 17. Market hours are 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Sunday through Oct. 28, according to the website of the St. Paul Farmers Market, which runs both markets in Woodbury. The farmers market at CityWalk (near Woodbury Drive and Hudson Road) opens Wednesday, June 27. The hours there are from 3:30-6:30 p.m. each Wednesday until Oct. 10. For more information visit the St. Paul Farmers Market website. Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our newsletter
Thursday, May 17, 2012
The workout facility features machines that use “whole body vibration” to provide myriad benefits, owner says.
There was a bobblehead mayor sighting on Wednesday. Woodbury Mayor Mary Giuliani Stephens checked out one of the machines at Goga Studios, a new workout facility that uses “whole body vibration” to give folks a workout in as little as 10 minutes. The Woodbury Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting event for Goga Studios, the company’s first franchise to open in Minnesota. Stephens was the first to try out one of the studio’s 10 machines Wednesday. “Your muscles are relaxed except the ones you’re supposed to engage,” she said. Owner Deb Grabrian said her massage therapist turned her on to the workout, which provides benefits for everything from lower back pain to improved digestion. “We would never have (opened the studio) if it didn’t …
Friday, December 16, 2011
The new restaurant and its Texas-style barbecue is set to open in the former Broadway Pizza space on Queens Drive.
A taste of Texas is coming to Woodbury. Dickey’s Barbecue Pit is set to open Monday, Dec. 19, co-owners Dale Mueller and Cory Sessions confirmed to Patch on Thursday afternoon, when they were getting ready for a friends and family night at the new restaurant. The barbecue joint is opening in the former Broadway Pizza location on Queens Drive. Among the signature food at Dickey’s is the cut-to-order Texas chopped brisket, and “truly southern sides” that include fried okra and jalapeño beans, along with staples such as potato salad and coleslaw, Sessions said. Since the sign went up at Dickey’s, “people have been shaking the doorknob,” Mueller said. “We think this is going to be a booming spot,” he said. The restaurant will have a casual …