Foxy Falafel in St. Anthony Park is closing

12 July 2023

Foxy Falafel is closing.

The food truck turned bricks-and-mortar, which opened in the St. Anthony Park neighborhood in 2012, has been slinging falafel, hummus, shawarma, kofta and more for more than a decade there, but owner Erica Strait announced via social media that it was time to hang it up.

The announcement reads, in part:

“With a bittersweet mix of nostalgia and gratitude, I announce the closing of Foxy Falafel after an incredible 13-year journey. It feels like just yesterday when I first opened at the farmers market, filled with dreams and aspirations.

“Over the years, Foxy has been blessed with the most amazing customers and we are so grateful for each and every person. The memories shared at the farmers market, at the food trucks, and at the restaurant will forever be etched in my heart.

“I want to express my deepest gratitude to our loyal staff, whose dedication and passion brought my culinary vision to life day after day. I am immensely grateful for the love and support we received from the community, and I hope that my restaurant has left a lasting mark on your taste buds and hearts.

“This was not an easy decision but with the lease coming to an end I decided it was time for me to close. While I say goodbye to this chapter, I eagerly look forward to new beginnings and the possibility of future adventures. Thank you for making Foxy’s last 13 years truly unforgettable. Cheers to the memories we created and to the memories yet to come.”

Foxy’s last day will be July 22, or until supplies run out.

Foxy Falafel: 791 Raymond Ave., St. Paul; 651-888-2255;

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