Restauranteur and Chef Daniel del Prado, proprietor of several Twin Cities-area eateries, partnered with Innerbloom Hospitality this summer to establish his newest endeavor, Layline, in Excelsior. Not far from the shores of Lake Minnetonka, the American-style restaurant sits in the renovated Gary’s First Class Car Care, now featuring contemporary and eclectic decor, an outdoor patio with views overlooking the heart of Excelsior, and a full bar. A more intimate space, Layline can accommodate up to 70 guests for private indoor events. The location boasts two dining spaces and a four-season enclosed porch.
“Layline’s atmosphere is truly inviting with its eclectic and intimate settings,” says Kelly Sims, director of marketing and business development for Innerbloom Hospitality. “The attention to detail in elements like beautiful and colorful wall coverings, Cambria countertops, and finishing touches is bound to create a visually pleasing environment for guests to enjoy. Layline’s elevated American Kitchen menu encompasses a variety of American dishes. This appeals to a wide range of tastes and preferences, and adding a touch of seafood to the menu provides an extra layer of choice for those who enjoy seafood dishes.”