Treat Me Sweet

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Treat Me Sweet was a restaurant (no longer open) rumored to be haunted by a former owner who committed suicide in the kitchen.

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118 E. 2nd Street
Hastings, MN 55033
United States

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44.743996, -92.85157400000003
Dakota County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Hastings, MN (0.1 mi.)
Prescott, WI (2.4 mi.)
Cottage Grove, MN (7.3 mi.)
Vermillion, MN (7.5 mi.)
Coates, MN (9.2 mi.)
Saint Paul Park, MN (9.6 mi.)
Miesville, MN (10.1 mi.)
New Trier, MN (10.7 mi.)
Newport, MN (11.2 mi.)
Afton, MN (11.5 mi.)


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  1. I’ve been visiting this location ever since I was very young; it has since been reopened a number of times as different bussinesses. I had never seen or felt anything here and know the suicide is only a legend as no one has come forward with any documentation.

    If you’d like to visit a true haunted building, Hastings has many and local tours and paranormal groups can be contacted.

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