MINNEAPOLIS A steak knife can say a lot about a restaurant concept, according to Phil Roberts, who outfitted Parasole Restaurant Holdings’ new Burger Jones venture with a blade Indiana Jones might brandish. “You don’t really need it for our burgers, but it reinforces the steak-y quality of our burgers,” said Roberts, a co-founder of the multi-concept Parasole, whose earlier creations have included Manny’s Steakhouse, Chino Latino, The Oceannaire and Buca di Beppo. Besides, he said, other ...

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