5th Street Station serves the inhouse staff of the National Bone Marrow Donor Program but also takes a growing contingent of walkin customers drawn by the quality of its menu choices

5th Street Station serves the in-house staff of the National Bone Marrow Donor Program but also takes a growing contingent of walk-in customers, drawn by the quality of its menu choices.

Bon Appetit eatery does double duty in Minneapolis

The 5th Street Station serves employees and visitors to the National Bone Marrow Donor Program as well as walk-ins from surrounding businesses.

When the Be The Match registry of the National Bone Marrow Donor Program opened its new headquarters facility last November, it also opened an increasingly trendy local eatery. That’s because the group’s building in downtown Minneapolis includes a ground-floor restaurant called the 5th Street Station that is operated by Bon Appetit Management Co. and hews to the company’s philosophy of food made fresh with quality ingredients.

The restaurant’s primary mission is to provide the s

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