Red Cow burgers headed to Wayzata

The upscale burger chain will open it’s 6th location in the Promenade at 881 Lake Street, near the Hotel Landing

Red Cow handcrafted burgers will open in the former Fly Fleet Running space at the Promenade of Wayzata.

A post on Instagram shared the news, “We are so excited to announce the opening of our sixth Red Cow location! It wouldn’t be possible without all of our raving fans. Follow the herd west to the suburbs this Fall! Stay tuned for more information.”

Owned and operated by Luke Shimp and Tracy Bachul, the concept was born out of discussions to open a family restaurant and grew into the present day modern tavern offering special burgers and beverages.

The menu will feature brunch on Saturdays and Sundays including a breakfast burner featuring two patties, peanut butter, bacon, and over-easy egg, cheddar on a sourdough bun.

Appetizers will include on the bone or gluten free boneless wings in four different flavors; Wisconsin cheese curds, mini reubens and ahi crisps to name a few.

Salad options include the Red Cow signature salad, a combination of mixed greens, crispy prosciutto, sunflower, pumpkin, hemp seeds, and shaved parmesan topped with a balsamic vinaigrette. A wedge salad features iceberg lettuce, heirloom tomoatos, bacon, red onion, and blue cheese.

Burger fans will have no shortage of options. The ultimate burger will feature a certified angus beef burger, wisconsin aged cheddar & red cow sauce. Lettuce, tomato, and onion are available upon request. Other burgers options include a breakfast burger, a patty melt, a turkey burger, an Ahi tuna burger, and more.

A variety of draft beers will be available, as well as traditional cocktails such as an old fashioned, a mos-cow mule, a strawberry margarita, and more.

Wine selections will include rose, prosecco, sauvignon blanc, pinot grigio, riesling, pinot noir, cabernet sauvignon, and more.

Other distilled spirits will be available as well.

Stay tuned to for more information as it develops.

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