Red Stag Heritage Menus in Honor of Preservation Month


The Red Stag Supper Club and The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota Partner to Celebrate Preservation Month in May

St. Paul, MN – April 16, 2014 – The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota (PAM) and The Red Stag Supper Club have teamed up to honor Preservation Month in May with specialty Heritage Menus. Each menu, created by Executive Chef TJ Rawitzer, will feature items based on an architectural style or era, and a new themed menu will be released each week:

May 5—11: Victorian era (late 1800’s)

May 12—18: Bungalow (1920’s)

May 19—25: Tudor (1930’s)

May 26—June 1: Mid-Century Modern (1950’s)

Established in 1973 by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Preservation Month is co-sponsored by local preservation groups and state historical societies across the country. A number of events are scheduled with the goal of instilling community pride, promoting tourism centered around local heritage and showing the economic and social benefits of historic preservation. Preservation Month activities in Minnesota are held to bring awareness of the important historic resources that give a sense of place in our State and to show that preservation is sustainable, beautiful and economically sound.

In addition to Heritage Menus at Red Stag throughout the month, PAM will hold a Preservation Celebration with a sneak-peek of the new Pioneer Endicott renovation project in Downtown St. Paul on Tuesday May 20th, as well as a Historic Pub Crawl in Red Wing, MN on Saturday May 10th.

PAM is the only statewide, private, non-profit organization advocating for the preservation of Minnesota’s historic resources. PAM was established in 1981 by citizens concerned about the loss of irreplaceable segments of our state’s heritage: structures, neighborhoods, community fabric.

Through their programs, PAM works with various groups to preserve our communities, educates citizens about heritage preservation, and develops networks among people and organizations to help increase awareness of state history, community preservation, and important community values.

Located in a beautifully restored warehouse and the first LEED-CI registered restaurant project in Minnesota, The Red Stag Supper Club strives to be a good local and world citizen by serving local and organic foods as much as possible, conserving resources and composting waste, and by always being on the lookout as to how to better its business practices. The Red Stag Supper Club values its relationship with its customers, its employees, and the environment in which we all live.

Preservation Month in Minnesota is sponsored in part by Commerce Bank. Click for more details.

Ramona Haines, Development Coordinator
Preservation Alliance of Minnesota



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