Support Local in Jordan

Due to an executive order to close dine-in services, businesses have been faced with the difficult choice to alter their service or to close. Please consider supporting local businesses during this difficult time. This list includes options for take out, curbside pickup, and delivery as well as closures. It is up-to-date as of 4/9/20.

Curbside Pickup, Delivery, or Take Out Available

Carasim Coffee

Hours: Saturdays 9am – 5pm

Open for to-go beverages and a limited food menu including $2 off any pizza and a ham or turkey melt with chips and pickle for $5. You can stop by or call 612-419-9519.

 At any given time, we are only allowed five customers in the shop to pick up take out food or beverages, and all customers much be spaced at least six feet apart. 

612-419-9519

Clancy’s (Food and Off-sale Liquor)

Hours: 11am – 8pm.

Credit card only! When you call for an order, have your card ready please.
When you arrive to pickup, please call to let us know you’re here. We will bring it out
.

(952) 492-2199

Delia’s All-In-One

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 8pm.

Our parking lot is still accessible even with the ongoing construction on Highway 21. Feel free to call us at 952-657-7600 to place an order over the phone or visit us online at: https://deliasallinone.com/store/

We have set up a shelf in the restaurant dedicated for online/phone orders for easy pick up and go!

952-657-7600

Empire Wok

Hours: 11am – 9pm

Online ordering is available.

952-492-5556

the Feed Mill

Hours: Sat, 3/21 & Sun, 3/22 9am – 1pm

Hours, menu, and ordering instructions are available on Facebook.

952-492-3646

Linsey’s BBQ & Grill

Hours: 11am – 8pm

Curbside pickup is available. Hours, menu and specials are available on Facebook. Linsey’s will accept either cash or card but will not allow customers to enter the building.

(952) 492-7015

Ridges at Sand Creek

Hours on Facebook

We ask that all take-out orders are placed via phone using the number posted below and that payments are made over the phone at the time of order. Any effort to support local business going forward is appreciated more than you can know.

952-492-2650

Roet’s Jordan Brewery

Curbside Growler Sales are available on certain dates only. Please check Facebook for more.

We need empties, please bring back your empty Roets growlers.

(952) 406-8865

Subway

Hours: 10 am – 8 pm

Subway encourages orders to be placed online or over the phone. No dining, restroom, or fountain beverages are allowed.

(952) 492-7895

Suzette’s Restaurant

Hours: 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Call (952) 492-2422 to place your orders between 4:30-7

Swager Nutrition

Hours: Monday – Friday 7am – 2pm

Offering CURB SIDE PICKUP-AND PREORDER GRAB AND GO Simply text your order to us 612-709-2489 and we will deliver your favorite Vitamin Packed Shake and Tea right to your car door OR RUN IN and we will have your order waiting for you!

612-709-2489


Drive Thru Options

Caribou Coffee

McDonald’s

Taco Bell


Other Local Businesses

Bluff Creek Boutique

Bluff Creek Boutique is still open to online ordering, check out their Facebook page (link above) or website, here.

Jordan Wine and Spirits

Hours: 9 am-9 pm, Monday- Saturday & 11 am-6 pm on Sundays

Open for regular walk in business and now offering additional curbside service during this time. Please call ahead at (952) 492-3919 before pick-up. Regular ID requirements still apply.

The Jordan Area Food Shelf

Jordan’s Food Shelf is open on Saturday’s from 9am – noon. Stay tuned to their Facebook for more details.

(952) 292-8759

The Vinery Floral and Gifts

The Vinery is open for businesses. Stay tuned to their Facebook for more details.

(952) 492-5222


Restaurants Temporarily Closed

Jordan Supper Club and Tap

Moola’s Bar

The Pickled Pig


Businesses with updates are welcome to call Nathan Fuerst, Planner/ Economic Development Specialist, at City Hall (952) 492-2535 to update this list.

Event of the Week: Ladies Night Out

Event of the Week: Ladies Night Out!

It’s time for another Ladies Night Out in Jordan! Join us on Thursday, March 12, from 5-8pm for sales and specials from some of your favorite establishments in Jordan. A prize drawing begins at Moola’s at 8:30pm sharp.

Schedule of Events:

  • 5:00 – 8:00pm Enjoy sales/specials from participating Jordan businesses (see list below)
  • 8:30pm Prize drawing begins at Moola’s

Prize Drawing Rules:
Participants must have at least 5 participating businesses stamp/punch the event stamp card. Stamp cards will be available at participating businesses the day of the event. Turn in your card at Moola’s no later than 8:30pm to participate.

Participating Businesses:

  • AHT Boutique
  • Block Paper Scissors
  • Bluff Creek Boutique
  • Carasim Coffee + General Store
  • Clancy’s Bar + Pizza Parlor
  • Delia’s All in One
  • Iris Valley Boutique + Gifts
  • Linsey’s BBQ & Grill
  • Love on Harlow Kid’s Boutique
  • Moola’s Bar
  • Penney Family Chiropractic
  • The Pickled Pig
  • Roet’s Jordan Brewery
  • Sassy Kat Boutique
  • The Vinery Floral and Gifts
  • Water Street Antiques
  • Young Living Essential Oils

Business of the Week: Block Paper Scissors

Business of the Week: Block Paper Scissors

From their location in downtown Jordan, Block Paper Scissors provides area residents with opportunities to congregate and create art for their home. The City of Jordan is proud to recognize them as this week’s Business of the Week.

From the Business:

We’d love the public to know that we offer much more than just wood signs – blanket ladders, tables, clocks, door mats, maps, ceramics and chunky knit blankets are some of our most popular workshops.

We also offer after school classes for kids, monthly drop in family-friendly workshops, and private parties for birthdays, bachelorettes and more.

Learn more:

Follow Block Paper Scissors’ website or social media (Facebook and Instagram) to be in the know for upcoming events.

Looking to book your own private party event? Click here or contact Kristin at blockpaperscissorscrafts@gmail.com

Business of the Week: Wolf Motors

Business of the Week: Wolf Motors

Wolf Motors first opened their doors in the City of Jordan in 1955 – that’s 65 years ago! Over the decades, Wolf Motors has grown into a trusted resource and valued contributor to our community. The City of Jordan is proud to designate Wolf Motors as Business of the Week this week!

From Wolf Motors:

When you  are looking and ready to buy a new or used vehicle, Wolf Motors has a better selection and a more personalized  experience for you.  We have an amazing selection of new Fords, including Super Duty trucks and if we don’t have what you want, we can order it for you.  If you’re trying to find a reliable pre-owned vehicle, we have plenty of affordable used options as well.

The team at Wolf Motors has been in the community of Jordan since 1955, celebrating our 65th year in 2020.  We consider our customers friends and family – as many of them are.  Since we first opened our doors, we’ve been and remain a family-owned and operated business with our 3rd generation here to help you.  Stop at our dealership today to experience a highly personalized, friendly, and upfront auto buying process.

The Wolf family is committed to helping you find purchase, and maintain the exact feel you’re looking for. We will offer you a competitive price on your trade-in and have financing.  If you ever need to have your vehicle serviced, simply call to schedule an appointment and we’ll take care of your problems, including an oil change, tire rotations, filter replacements, transmission repairs and everything in between.  Our Quick Lane is available to you –  just to walk in for service.  The body shop is state of the art where our experts can manage cosmetic damage from collisions and much more.

We have won more customer service awards than any dealer in our region as we are dedicated to having your car experience the best ever.  We are open Monday through Saturday.  Feel free to stop in at 600 2nd st. w in Jordan.  We look forward to serving all of your auto needs for many years to come!

Find them online at wolfmotors.com and on Facebook

Business of the Week: Jordan Supper Club and Tap Room

Business of the Week: Jordan Supper Club and Tap Room

It’s the Jordan Supper Club and Tap Room’s Birthday! They are now in the 4th year of operation under the direction of General Manager Joseph Nowak, and Executive Chef Erik Rasmussen. Be sure to get out there to support local this week and weekend! You can find delicious specials on their Facebook page.

About Jordan Supper Club and Tap Room:

“You won’t find a place quite like this anywhere else in Scott County. Our space reflects country character with a cozy, modern design appeal. Come in and stay awhile! We encourage long stays & talking time to enjoy yourself.”

Make a reservation, and check out their menu online, here.

Business of the Week: Allen Houdek Agency

Business of the Week: Allen Houdek Agency

Allen Houdek and his team have been serving the community of Jordan for over 15 years. As a part of the community, members of the team at Allen Houdek Agency have served on boards, and the business has made donations to fund scholarships available to students at Jordan Public Schools. As a long-standing member of the community, the City is proud to designate Allen Houdek Agency, Inc. As the Business of the Week.

From the business:

“My team is here to serve. Our unique backgrounds, training and experience have prepared us well to help meet your insurance needs. Additionally, as residents of your community, we understand how important it is to be there for you – our trusted friends and neighbors. Together, we’re building strong partnerships that help everyone succeed. “

Find them on the Web:

Business of the Week: The Vinery Floral and Gifts

Business of the Week: The Vinery Floral and Gifts

The Vinery Floral and Gifts has moved! Their new location in beautiful, Downtown Jordan is at 200 B Broadway Street South. Best of luck to the Vinery, and congrats on the new digs!

Community members are encouraged to stay tuned for updated hours and specials as they become available.

Keep tabs on The Vinery by visiting their website or Facebook page.

#LiveShopDineJordan

Event of the Week: Jordan Dazzle 2019

Event of the Week: Jordan Dazzle 2019

Join the Jordan Commercial Club for the 5th Annual Jordan Dazzle Parade! The event is a must see for Jordan residents and families to get into the holiday spirit.

Event details: 

  • 5:00 PM Food Vendors
  • 5:30 PM Caroling by: JHS Chamber Singers
  • 6:00 PM Parade begins
  • Immediately following the Parade in Pekarna Park: Tree lighting

Where: Downtown Jordan (on Water St.) is the best place to observe the parade and enjoy food and refreshments from venders.

The parade runs South along Varner St. from the Fire Hall to Water St. in Jordan’s Downtown and then proceeds to the Mini Met.

RSVP on Facebook!

More Info from the Commercial Club Website

Business of the Week: Caribou Coffee

Business of the Week: Caribou Coffee

Well, the community has been BUZZING about it… and it’s finally open! The City of Jordan is happy to designate Caribou Coffee as this week’s Business of the Week.

Grand Opening this Friday!

Join Caribou Coffee for their grand opening this Friday and enjoy your favorite warm (or cold, if you’re into that) beverage. You’ll get $1 off any large beverage and have the chance to be one of the FIRST in Minnesota to try one of the new Caribou Bou-sted® beverages .

A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 9:30 am this Friday to celebrate the store opening.

Check out the event on Facebook!

About the Jordan Location

Caribou Coffee has opened its very first Caribou Cabin location in Jordanh. The company announced plans for the new small format locations in August and will open five locations yet in 2019. Caribou Cabins have “Caribou-blue” exteriors, drive-thru windows, and convenient walk-up windows (no interior seating). The locations capture the brand’s iconic Northwoods feel that guests love, and are designed to deliver on guest convenience, speed, and efficiency. Perfect for fueling life’s everyday adventures…fast!

The first Caribou Cabin in Jordan is located at 225 Triangle Lane North. The location is unique at 1,087 square feet, double the size of other Caribou Cabins set to open later this year. The Jordan location also features a small walk in lobby that is exclusive to this location where guests can come inside to order. The drive-through has two order points as well as a pay window and pick up window to maximize efficiency during peak hours. Guests also have the option to “Order Ahead” and can pick up their mobile orders through the drive through or lobby.

More info here:
http://www.belleplaineherald.com/news/caribou-coffee-cabin-drive-thru-concept-coming-to-jordan/article_7b5658da-c982-11e9-971e-d71e36b25f5e.html

Progress in Jordan – Brentwood Terrace

The Scott County Community Development Agency (CDA) recently received its approvals to construct 59-units of senior housing in the City of Jordan. This project, called Brentwood Terrace, is the second phase of senior apartments funded by the Scott County CDA.

Brentwood Terrace represents a significant investment in the City of Jordan and an opportunity for older Jordan residents to continue to live in the community even as they age out of their single-family homes. The 59-unit project is made up of Studio, 1 and 2-bedroom units along with amenities including a salon, club room, and fitness and community rooms.

The project is not just a win for the City’s older residents, however. Housing stock currently occupied by older residents can be a perfect example of what is known as “naturally occurring affordable housing” (NOAH). As older residents age out of their homes, those homes become available to younger residents. They’re often more affordable for homebuyers than a newly constructed home.

A public groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for November 18th at 4pm. Completion of Brentwood Phase 2 is expected sometime in early 2021.

Residents with questions about the project are welcome to contact the Scott County CDA at 952-426-4088, cda-info@scottcda.org, or visit scottcda.org