It’s not the first time the company has chosen to move to a place in a region where it hasn’t seen much of a tourist draw.
In the 1990s, it relocated to Atlanta.
This past December, it moved to a spot in northern New Mexico, the state with the fewest restaurants per capita in the country.
And now, after months of planning, the company is opening its first location in a tiny farming community in northern Minnesota.
The restaurant, called Minterrey Mexican Restaurant and Wine Bar, is part of the chain’s expanding range of restaurant offerings in the Twin Cities.
As part of that expansion, the chain is planning to open an entirely new location next year in the town of Minterre.
I got an exclusive tour of the restaurant at the beginning of the week.
Minterrey is a small, Spanish-speaking town of just about 100 residents.
The restaurant, which opened in 2017, has been serving the community for four years.
There’s a small parking lot and a long line to get in, but it’s mostly empty because there are so many people who want to eat.
We went in the morning, and there was a line of people waiting to get inside the restaurant, as well as a line outside.
So that’s the first thing we were going to do, we’re going to open up the restaurant so people can come in and see the food.
There’s nothing special about it, it’s just a place to sit down and enjoy some food.
So this place is basically just like any other restaurant, except that it’s very small.
So it has this beautiful decor.
It’s a very simple restaurant.
There are no fancy tables or anything.
They have one bar with a bar and grill, and they have a wine list.
The wine list is pretty good.
The menu is a lot of things, and you can have a variety of things on the menu.
They do have a lot to offer, but the food is pretty basic.
So, yeah, it is a place where you can get a lot, but that’s what’s so exciting about it.
They’re going for a casual, family-friendly experience, which is really exciting for us.