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I live in Minneapolis and am a frequent user of the Minneapolis park system. I was really pleased to see the recent posting of "Tobacco-Free" signs across the park system. Parks are places for healthy activities and youth-friendly events. Tobacco use does not mix with these types of events. I am very glad that I can now enjoy tobacco-free parks!
There is a very small steak house nearby that has GREAT food. But we had not been in there for years because with young children you have to think about the smokiness. It had separate tables for non-smoking but not a separate area, it all blended and the smoke was bad. Once the indoor smoking ban passed we sort of forgot about the little steak house. It wasn't until recently that a friend was babysitting for me and she was going to meet others at that restaurant that I thought of it again. I was leery about the lingering smells in there - what would I find when I picked up my daughter - could they possibly clean the walls, carpet, window coverings enough so that it did not reek of old smoke? Much to my pleasant surprise I found that it no longer smelled of smoke. It was clean and fresh and smelled of, well, steak! (and french fries). We will be going back with family members to enjoy their great food and the company of others who also enjoy smoke-free restaurants.