716 Main opens doors at half capacity


The new three sided bar at 716 Main in downtown Humboldt features a concrete bar top with frost rail to keep drinks cold. There are also USB charging stations, 20 beers on tap and unique lighting within the bar top.

716 Main, a new restaurant in downtown Humboldt, had a “soft opening” last weekend to help train staff and is open for business evenings (5-9 p.m.) this week. Starting the week of May 26, 716 Main will be open regular hours (11 a.m. to 9 p.m.).
Initial dining will be in the bar area as construction work is finished up in the main dining room.
In compliance with current state rules, dining will be open at 50 percent capacity. Call ahead seating is available.
Take out is available by calling (515) 332-1441.
The former Rustix location in downtown Humboldt has been extensively remodeled.
The former dining room area is now the bar area, featuring a custom built three-sided bar with a concrete bar top and a frost rail for keeping drinks cold. The bar area has seating for about 118 people.
The former reception area is now the dining room. An area for smaller groups (about 30 people) has been built into the space. There is also a meeting room and game room. The upstairs has been remodeled for a reception area that has room for 200-250 people.
“We’re excited to get going. We’ve had a great reception from people of the Humboldt area and can’t wait to serve everyone,” the restaurant's general manager Jason Rogers said.
Read the full story in this week's Humboldt Independent.

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