Literally: The space occupies two floors, with outdoor patio seating on both, while inside stretches for a good chunk of a city block on Lagoon Avenue. There are three bars (two downstairs, one up) and what feel like five or six completely separate seating areas; one could easily dine there at precisely the same time as a desired crush or despised ex and never know it. The arena-esque space was opened by the same team behind Borough and Parlour, who built on their reputations as cocktail artists.
No? Well someone in St. Paul does, and felt so threatened by the experience he or she decided to take the issue up with the authorities. Specifically, the St. Paul Police Department, which dutifully responded to the call at 1:30 a.m. Thursday morning. The incident -- if it even deserves that noun -- was first noticed by Star Tribune reporter Chao Xiong, who tweeted out the (very!) short write-up it received from responding officers.
Campbell, 21, was charged late Wednesday afternoon with two counts of vehicular homicide, a felony, with one charge coming for "grossly negligent" reckless driving, and the other for leaving the scene of the accident. When police tracked him down on Tuesday, two days after the crash that killed Ria Patel, Campbell's girlfriend, he admitted to drinking before he got in his car that night, according to the Hennepin County Attorney's office complaint.
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