Union Hmong Kitchen gets a new home at Minneapolis food hall Graze

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After 18 months as a pop-up restaurant around the Twin Cities, chef Yia Vang's Union Hmong Kitchen has found a home at North Loop food hall Graze.

  • The new location will open Oct. 29.

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State of plate: Union Hmong Kitchen serves up protein platters, noodle bowls, sandwiches and "Vinai Feasts," a smorgasbord of Hmong food for two or more. It'll also offer a late-night menu.

  • Before Graze, UHK had stints at Sociable Cider Werks, the now-shuttered Republic and Mid City Kitchen.

What to watch: Graze's al fresco dining means Vang plans to cook outdoors over fire as much as possible, according to a press release.

Of note: Vinai, the chef's "more intimate" Hmong restaurant planned for Northeast Minneapolis, is still in the works.

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