Seward Community Co-op (Creamery Café)
The Co-op Creamery Neighborhood Café is located in “the old creamery building,” a historically important landmark for co-ops, local food, and the food networks they create.
Built in 1920 as a dairy production plant, the building was originally home to the Franklin Co-op Creamery Association, a milk and delivery co-op that would come to produce 80 percent of the Twin Cities’ milk supply in its heyday.
Today, Seward Co-op brings a cooperative restaurant and local food production facility back to the Creamery building. We’re proud to honor those original cooperators who had a vision for local democratic ownership and excellent food for everyone in Minneapolis. We hope you’ll raise a glass to their vision while you enjoy yourself at the Co-op Creamery.