Recently, Gordy's Hi-Hat in Cloquet announced it was opening for the season on Wednesday, March 20. However, the landmark restaurant isn't the only reason to pay Gordy's a visit.

In 2005, Gordy's opened the Warming House, located at 411 Sunnyside Drive, which is a great place for a variety of things such as breakfast, coffee, smoothies, soup, sandwiches, desserts, and more.

On Monday, February 12, Gordy's Warming House closed to allow a remodeling project to be done. At the time, they did not indicate how long they'd closed, they just said to look for updates on social media.

Some good news arrived Thursday when Gordy's Warming House announced a partial reopening as the drive-thru would be open beginning at 7:00 a.m. on Friday, March 8. Not only is the drive-thru open, but for this weekend there's an extra incentive to visit.

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Gordy's announced that customers will be given free donuts throughout the weekend with any purchase. If that's a great reason to head to Gordy's Warming House, I don't know what is.

If you're excited to see the remodel inside Gordy's Warming House, you won't have to wait much longer as the dining room will reopen on Friday, March 15.

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Gordy's also announced this week that its annual application and interview day would be held this Sunday, March, 10th, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. They will be hiring for all positions at both Gordys Hi-Hat and Warming House. They added that they were looking forward to adding new faces to their team.

Also, remember it's Daylight Saving Time weekend, so make sure to set your clock ahead before you go to bed Saturday night so you're not late for any Sunday plans, like free donuts and getting a job at Gordy's.

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