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The country's first tandoor clay-oven pizzeria is the newest addition to the Twin Cities' increasingly global suburban strip mall foodscape.
The site of Erick Harcey's newest restaurant is a 100-year-old department store in Cambridge.
In recent years, it's been home to Vietnamese, Mexican, Southern, pizza and a gay sports bar.
Justin Sutherland from St. Paul's Handsome Hog is competing on the Bravo show.
One of Esquire's 'Best Bars is America' is now a classes and event space, plus has a new cheese and pickle cart.
Served outside of a popular taproom, the 'meat tornado' is buckling with ribs, sausage, bacon and so much cheese.
Play 17-foot Mario Kart and drink Slurp Juice.
Sutherland believes he's the first black chef in the Twin Cities to run a multi-restaurant group.
Bagels were never hard to come by. Now, Jewish food is trending in Minnesota, and it's more than matzo ball soup.
Hai Hai, Grand Café and Martina get shout-outs in the magazine's annual list of top-notch dining rooms around the country.
St. Louis Park's Cooper will be rebranded the Local West End.
The catchphrase at Victoria Burrow is "Drinking and ax-throwing: What could go wrong?"
He's been taking heat from national media for his 'insulting' remarks about Chinese cuisine in America.
The craft beer boom is starting to include people of color and women.
Minnesotans know how to cook, North Dakotans don't, and other observations from the video platform's Thanksgiving data.
The "twerkey" is the latest viral cake from Nadia Cakes.
The company's downtown Minneapolis store sells the experimental flavors deli-style.
The TV-star chef's Chinese restaurant is at the West End.
The monthlong transformation is like a holiday office party on steroids.
The 11 restaurants come straight out of a social media meme.
The Robbinsdale restaurant takes up residency on Hennepin Avenue S. while constructing a new space.
He put fermented cocktails on the map.
It's a long way from where the Minnesota brewery began six years ago.
The new bar, Wild Greg's, is owned by a Vadnais Heights city councilman.
When Matt Brown's 1-year-old daughter, Gabby, was diagnosed with leukemia, there was only one person he knew he could turn to for help with his restaurant.
The closing of Nye’s original piano bar a few years ago has left a gaping hole in the hearts of many a Twin Citian who…
A Keg and Case Market vendor takes the fair confection in a new direction.
The Chicago-style pizzeria has concocted a head-scratching take on our beloved cheese-stuffed burger.
These restaurants are offering freebies and discounts on Election Day.
Number 12 Cider House brings its blue-ribbon cider to Minneapolis.
As Election Day nears, many Minneapolis restaurateurs are hoping cocktail-loving voters take notice of a question at the top of the ballot on Nov. 6.…
Exhibit on how food is grown and eaten throughout the world tackles big topics, from food trends to food waste.
The chef at Italian restaurant Spasso will be featured in a show hosted by Giada De Laurentiis.
The Dough Room takes over the former District Kitchen.
Apoy, in south Minneapolis, serves Filipino staples, like noodles, shaved ice and pig's blood soup.
With a campfire scent, smoky cocktails are a hot thing in the Twin Cities bar scene.
The chef behind Handsome Hog is a rising star after recently winning "Iron Chef America," too.
The Italian restaurant modernizes its look and updates its menu.
The Minneapolis ice cream shop is a hit on social media because of its over-the-top creations.
Cargo Food Authority, opening in November, will serve global fare, food court-style.
Colita brings 'Tex-Oaxacan' cuisine and fermented cocktails to the Twin Cities.
A lawsuit asks whether the beloved beverage is natural — or poison.
Nord died at his home in Orono on Sept. 19. The cause was cancer.
Hibachi Daruma will open for lunch and dinner in November.
The Denver-based 801 Chophouse will open next fall.
What was a once a raucous college bar is now the second outpost of the Minneapolis Italian joint.
Get your buzz for free at these coffee chains.
A smaller version of the 77-year-old Irish pub will be back late next year as part of a redevelopment project.
Maia Haag is the author of 40 titles under her publishing company, I See Me, that can be personalized for any child. And now, any dog.
Canine companions are welcome on All About Dogs Day, when Three-Mile Drive becomes a walking route for the family dog.
The Twittersphere was impressed with a 3-year-old's rapping — and her tidying-up skills.
Nadia Cakes makes extreme gag cupcakes for the day of practical jokes and pranks.
For many recipients, winning a grant gives them the encouragement they need to raise more funds.
Two colleagues put their matzo ball recipes to the test.
Minnesota team leads the nation as it seeks to turn warrior's toxin into revolutionary first.
Instead of tossing old street signs, Golden Valley's Historical Society is selling them.
Leslie Jean Daly, of St. Louis Park, died Jan. 14 at age 71 after battling breast cancer for 18 years.
Talk Cinema shows contemporary films that haven't been released in the Twin Cities, while Secret Cinema shows classics.
The so-called Texas doughnut at Hans' Bakery is the equivalent of five regular doughnuts.
An expert shares tips for improving your sex life as you age.
The Twin Cities were swarming with celebrities. But spotting A-listers wasn't all that easy.
On the eve of a major sporting event, Eric Nelson is already thinking about the next one. The former social studies teacher from Minneapolis has…
Watch three rescue tigers from the Wildcat Sanctuary get in on some Super Bowl action.
An offshoot of the Kitten Bowl, an all-feline alternative to the Super Bowl, has come to Minneapolis.
Google recently rolled out a face scanner that matches users' faces with the works of art they resemble.
Three brothers have been sculpting enormous sea animals out of snow on their front lawn for 7 years.
A Minnesota house flipper answered a Craigslist ad for a free house — but now he has to move it.
Administrators in a northwestern Wisconsin district got some help from A.J. McLean to inform kids about the day off.
One of the rarest maps in American history, which resides at the U of M, just got a lot more famous.
A Minnesota couple are walking away from their 20-year dream to build a fortified castle.
St. Paul tabby and internet star spawns childrens's book, perhaps even a literacy foundation.
In the Twin Cities, sick pets have a new breed of options for holistic care.
An adult male was injured.
Holiday week will bring a big chill, but very little snow. On the other hand, we'll have more sunshine.
More than three months later, Doug Meyer and his Finer Meats & Eats truck are still there.
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