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Two Heavyweights Return to the Restaurant Business with New Northeast Plan

Chef Ian Gray has partnered with Kieran Folliard, the man who built a mini-Irish empire in Minneapolis

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Kieran Folliard will open new cafe at the Food Building in Northeast Minneapolis

Kieran Folliard is opening a cafe, deli and bar at Northeast Minneapolis' local food incubator, the Food Building. The goal of the cafe is to showcase the work of the Food Building's tenants.


Kieran’s Kitchen brings poetry and really good food to northeast Minneapolis

Poetry is at the heart of Kieran Folliard’s new venture, Kieran’s Kitchen, located in Minneapolis’ Food Building at the corner of Northeast 14th Avenue and Marshall Street.

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Former Irish pub impresario opening new restaurant in northeast Minneapolis

Kieran Folliard is opening the cafe in the Food Building.


The Feed | Three of Three

The cafe is cooking with ingredients local, and down-the-hall locals including Red Table Meats, Alemar Cheese, and Baker's Field Flour and Bread.

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Kieran Folliard is back in the restaurant business after 2 Gingers venture

I wouldn’t be (back in the business) if I didn’t believe in what everyone here is doing. It’s really inspiring what the makers have built. There are a lot of commodity-type products here and that relationship between farmers and the makers,” Folliard said.


Order Up! Boutique Brands Expanding in the Twin Cities

A new cafe, deli, and bar at the Food Building to replace the former Draft Horse, helmed by well-regarded chef Ian Gray.

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Weekly Dish with Steph & Steph

The Stephs share all the delicious foods they have been eating this week, Special Guest Kieran Folliard joins the show…


New cafe, Kieran’s Kitchen Northeast now open in Sheridan

A new cafe, event space and deli has made its debut in the neighborhood.

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This Sandwich Tastes Like Salami and Revolution (in print, October 2019 issue)

Kieran’s Kitchen Northeast represents everything we’ve been waiting for in the local food movement, not incidentally, it’s delicious.