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Tony Jaros River Garden has a new team at the griddle.
The plan is to transform the downtown space into a history-filled dining establishment.
The Brooklyn restaurant and nightclub will have a Midwest-meets-Middle East menu.
Chef Vincent Francoual and sommelier Nico Giraud are joining the Minneapolis country club.
Environmental and health concerns — and a love of adventure and social media hits — are helping drive the trend.
Bartenders are putting their own spin on the popular Aperol Spritz.
Confusion over the historic sign might have something to do with it.
Say goodbye to smoked alligator and crawfish boils, for now.
It will replace the former Meyvn.
Owners of the popular food truck were inspired by East Coast roadside stands.
"Maryland barbecue" and "warm and sweet and comforting" Belgian waffles are among new Twin Cities offerings.
Where to get your sugar fix in the Twin Cities on this week's deep-fried holiday.
Bakery Box doughnuts are made at baker Abby Kastrul's home, thanks to state's Cottage Food Law.
Spring has sprung for restaurant concepts whose ideas were sown long before the thaw. Now, Twin Cities eaters reap the rewards.
The HGTV celebs had dinner Tuesday at Nolo's Kitchen & Bar.
From sushi and prosecco to tailgating and trailers, here's what's new in Twin Cities food trucks this season.
An “epic meal” just got a whole new meaning. Popol Vuh, the hearth-cooking Mexican restaurant in northeast Minneapolis, is hosting a dinner next week…
The former Fitzgerald's is now the Fitz after a redo by "Top Chef" contestant Justin Sutherland.
Wafels & Dinges will be the latest MoA outpost of an East Coast food business.
Where to eat and drink along the Twin Cities' lakes, rivers and falls this summer.
The Travail team's pizza spot is much bigger and also offers a long, luxurious pork-centric tasting menu.
Two years later, on May 1, Sylvester died of adenocarcinoma, a type of cancer that forms in mucus-secreting glands.
Northern Italian restaurant Giulia is stretching scratch-made mozzarella right at your table.
The amusement park debuted its new menu on opening weekend.
Minneapolis Cider Co. started as a college project.
Chef Yia Vang will appear, along with his family and others from Minnesota's Hmong community, on "United Shades of America."
Chef Adam Vickerman has returned to Turtle Bread Company.
The addictive Midwest-grown snack is taking on a surprising new look.
Minneapolis restaurant offers opportunity to the incarcerated who otherwise 'never stop paying' for crime
They served their time — now they're serving "fancy sandwiches."
Minnesota Barbecue Company joins a bunch of new barbecue joints in the neighborhood.
Linda and Nikolai Alenov will be saying “dasvidaniya” this weekend to loyal customers of the Russian Tea House, the St. Paul stalwart that has…
Mealtime has never been busier than appetizers during rush hour.
Tattersall Distilling serves up the classic drink, ready-made.
The UberEats-like app serves hungry and hurried fliers.
From Thai New Year to the flavors of Iceland, there's plenty of food to fill your plate and your calendar.
The hotel and residences are expected to open by the end of June, and the corner whiskey-and-oyster bar will follow later this summer.
It's the fourth Five Watt Coffee to open in the Twin Cities.
The symbolic seder plate connects generations around the Passover table.
More culinary changes in sight at MSP airport.
Here's how the North Shore brewery cinched its second win.
Global flavors reflect St. Paul neighborhood, soccer fan base.
Which North Shore brewery was voted Top Brew?
Opening in May, it takes over the former Great Waters Brewing Company.
Chef Steven Brown is attached to the northern Italian restaurant Giulia, in the former Hotel Minneapolis.
The experience comes complete with a '90s soundtrack.
The No. 1 and No. 2 seeds held their ground, sending them to the championship.
A crucial category of classic cocktailing, sours' ingredients are simple: spirit, sugar and, importantly, citrus.
Often when a customer headed to the exit of Brit’s Pub, the downtown Minneapolis British watering hole, Freddie Manton would stop them at the door…
Schell's, the one-time champ went down in the Ale-ite Eight.
Here's everything new you can eat at the Twins home opener this Thursday.
There are 'Saved by the Bell' bathrooms at Ox Cart Arcade, opening Thursday.
Minnesota breweries square off in the latest round of the Ultimate Minnesota Beer Bracket.
A layover visit to Matt's Bar inspired a Staten Island restaurateur.
NOTE: Voting is now closed for the Sudsy Sixteen. Voting for the Ultimate Minnesota Beer Bracket's Ale-ite Eight will begin Monday, March 25, at
Spring is around the corner, and so are new restaurants, pop-ups and franchises that wisely waited for the thaw before opening their doors.
You don't need to be Irish to join in the fun at this weekend's festivities.
They're going to need a lot of cream of mushroom soup.
The address will flip from four-star restaurant to a "big beer jukebox" with woodfire pizza.
In a North Shore vs. Twin Cities faceoff, Castle Danger Brewery prevailed.
The restaurant recently mourned the loss of its head chef.
Breakfast meat takes a starring role on the menu at Bacon Social House.
A Pittsburgh-based food hall concept modeled on the tech industry gives Twin Cities chefs a chance.
New Twin Cities cafes are creating stunning spaces to sip an artisanal latté.
Twin Cities mix masters are reintroducing antique liquors to offer a fresh taste of the past.
Editor's note: After this story was published, Young Joni reopened. Acclaimed northeast Minneapolis restaurant Young Joni is closed while it assesses damage from a…
Even the bun gets the tempura-battered treatment at the new Copper Cow Bar & Kitchen.
While he waved the flag of the North Star State, Justin Sutherland found his minor mistakes got him ousted from the cooking competition.
A how-to guide for playing — and winning — at a great Minnesota tradition.
Minnesota rum and brandy are leaders in their fields.
Its other Twin Cities locations will remain open.
And he's bringing back the fried chicken.
J.D. Fratzke was a star in St. Paul for his cooking at the Strip Club and Bar Brigade. Now he's bringing his talents to a "rural highway supper club."
Bark and the Bite takes over the former Heirloom in St. Paul.
Move over, beer and wine. Our state is flowing with alcoholic and nonalcoholic drink alternatives.
The spiked sparkling water is trending here and everywhere.
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