Crooked Pint Ale House open in Kenwood Village

Crooked Pink Ale House opened its Duluth location on Tuesday in the Kenwood Village apartment development on Kenwood Avenue and Arrowhead Road. It’s the chain’s sixth location in Minnesota.

The “nouveau urban pub” features nearly 60 choices for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Among the 32 draft beers are several local and regional brands.

“From the rough-sawn oak floors and classic pub furnishings and finishes, to the fresh recipes and authentic smiles, everything at Crooked Pint is the real deal,” the website notes. “We are also serious about our sports viewing with a plethora of big screen TVs to watch the game around the restaurant.”

The restaurant is operated by Russell Smith, who also owns Duluth’s Green Mill restaurant in Canal Park.

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