Less than two years after his failed bid for the Republican nomination for Minnesota's First Congressional District, former senator Mike Parry will be the general manager of an upscale supper club in Faribault.
The Waseca County News reports in Former Waseca state senator, Parry, named Faribault restaurant GM:
Parry is a former state senator for the former District 26B and has owned and managed radio stations in Minnesota, Iowa and Michigan. He owns and manages a marketing and motivation company, Sterling-Krystal LLC, and his family owns the Godfather’s Pizza franchise in Waseca. He has also spent time in the magazine and newsprint industry and is a former police officer, according to Parry’s LinkedIn page.
“Alexander’s is a modern day supper club. It’ll be a comfortable place,” Parry said. “Service will be key. Waiters and waitresses will be knowledgeable on food and wine pairings.”
Alexander’s is named for Alexander Faribault, the fur trader and entrepreneur who founded the city in 1852. Pub 31 is named for the address — 31 Third St. NE.
This establishment sounds delightful and Bluestem wishes Parry and his staff the best of luck. The restaurant will open in mid-May.
Drawing: Alexander Faribault.
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