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28Th & HENNEPIN

Indian restaurant Mysore café at 2819 Hennepin Ave. S. closed in early April.

The restaurant served only vegetarian dishes when it opened, but later incorporated meat into its menu. It was open less than a year, as was its predecessor Antoine’s Creole Maison.

Mysore’s phone line was disconnected. Restaurant representatives could not be reached for comment.


50TH & WASHBURN

Southwest dog and cat owners looking for an alternative to dry pet food have a new option at 3008 W. 50th St.

Woody’s Pet Food Deli
opened there this spring and serves up cooked or raw meals for pooches and felines, according to the company’s website.

Meat dishes include grass-fed beef, naturally raised chicken, duck, quail, lamb, and a variety of other options. Meals can be made with an assortment of mix-ins such as herbed brown rice, fruit salad or rainbow veggie medley.

Woody’s Pet Food Deli insists that the whole foods it offers are healthier — and tastier — than the dry alternative.

For more information, visit www.woodyspetdeli.com or call 208-0335.