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Former St. Paul Public Kitchen Space Will Become Modern Steakhouse Noyes & Cutler

The old Public Kitchen + Bar facility in St. Paul has been renovated and will reopen as a new concept.

Madison Restaurant Group, which also operates Gray Duck Tavern, Handsome Hog, Ox Cart Ale House, and other restaurants, will open Noyes & Cutler, a sophisticated steakhouse.

Chef Aaron Cave, most recently of The Gnome, will lead the kitchen as executive chef, with celebrity chef Justin Sutherland as culinary director.

Classic appetizers such as fresh oysters, steak tartare, and crab cakes will be on the menu. Hand-cut, locally sourced steaks, Duroc pork chops, seafood, and fresh, hand-made pastas will be served as entrees. There will be a changing butcher’s cut as well as seasonal specials.

Jorge Robertson will run the front of house and designed the cocktail menu, which has modernized classics like The Corpse Reviver #2, The Aviation, and others.

During the pandemic, the room was renovated, mostly to extend the previously tiny kitchen, but there will also be new tables, seats, and lighting.

The restaurant will open at 3 p.m. for a lunch menu, then serve supper from 5 p.m. till closing.

Green Lantern Cocktails + Music will return in the lower level later this summer, with plans for lunch service. A fold-down stage will be replaced with a permanent stage where live music will be performed.

Carol March of Madison Restaurant Group said the original goal was to open Noyes & Cutler in mid-June, but staffing and supply-chain concerns may push that back to the end of June.

Cedric Blackwater
Cedric Blackwater
Cedric is a journalist with over a decade of experience reporting on local US news, and touching on many global topics. He is currently the lead writer for Bulletin News.

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