Let’s face it, 2020 wasn’t our favorite year. Richfield restaurants were temporarily closed. We missed the 4th of July Fireworks celebration at Veteran’s Park. And our favorite race—the Urban Wildland Half Marathon & 5K—was entirely virtual.
Since Richfield restaurants, bars and breweries are now closed again to dine-in customers temporarily due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we’ve once again compiled a list of locally-owned and managed Richfield restaurants and bars to support in the months ahead.
When the pandemic closed their Richfield restaurant, El Tejaban, in mid-March, Miguel Hernandez, Jr. and his sister Diana, who have been co-managing the restaurant since 2008, asked themselves a simple question: "How can we help our customers?"
10 minutes south of downtown Minneapolis, immediately west of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport, and five minutes from the Mall of America…Richfield is perfectly positioned as your home away from home in the Twin Cities Metro
Whether you’re looking for exercise or a mental health break, Richfield Parks provide the space necessary to practice responsible social distancing as we “shelter in place”.
Sandy’s Tavern has been open since 1933 and like many Richfield restaurants, is adapting in this strange time to not only serve its loyal customers (they continue to offer curbside pickup throughout the COVID-19 outbreak), but to stand with dedicated employees, like Kevin Parks and Anna Hans.
Baymont Suites, Candlewood Suites and Four Points by Sheraton—they’re all just 10 min from MOA, and 15 min to downtown Minneapolis and the Airport.