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As the spring holidays approach, here are some takeout options for even the smallest gatherings.
Sleepy V's doughnuts now available at nearby Mary Ellen's Bistro.
How a lighthearted competition became an opportunity to highlight Minnesota's role in feeding America in a time of crisis.
The pizza brand looks ahead to a higher purpose.
An early favorite and a Cinderella head to the championship.
When the holiday begins Wednesday, many Minnesotans will be attending virtual family meals.
These syrups allow the drinkmaker to "exercise a little bit of creativity."
Takeout goes far beyond pizza and burgers, and includes the beverages we enjoy with these dishes.
Buy a T-shirt, help employ a chef. Minneapolis North Loop clothing store Askov Finlayson is selling T-shirts to raise funds for Minnesota’s Central Kitchen, a…
Some big brands went down in the Easy-Cheesy Eight. Who will advance to the Tasty Two? You decide. Voting is open until 5 p.m. Thursday.
It took her three years to land on the perfect recipe, which she called Gustola Granola.
The fundraiser supports Minnesota's Central Kitchen.
Minnesota-made pizzas square off in the latest round of the Minnesota Frozen Pizza Bracket.
A wide range of food, from kids' lunches to bowls of ramen, are available to those who need them.
Turmeric, today's hip spice, can make a great curry or flavoring for vegetables.
Al’s Breakfast, the Dinkytown diner, served its last breakfast Monday morning, even after a weekend in which customers seemed unfazed by fears of COVID-19. “A…
In anticipation of the coronavirus spreading in Minnesota, some restaurateurs are bracing for a downturn, while others say it's business as usual for now.
An East Coast transplant, Jean Adams Ervin grew to love her new home of Minneapolis — even if she didn’t always show it. The guidebook…
Hitting the sweet shops of Paris with an award-winning Twin Cities pastry chef as guide.
What's open, what's closed and what's still to come in the Twin Cities and beyond.
The stadium features dishes that reflect the game's international fans.
The Palestinian-American chef flew to Lebanon for a full day of judging the contestants on their interpretations of street food.
Will there be a hot dish or gelatin salad? Find out Sunday at Rosedale.
State law prohibits large breweries from selling growlers that have been filled in their taprooms.
Mill Valley Market plans to open in time for winter festival in mid-March.
Closing party promises pan dulce and cafecito for sale and Dulceria Bakery swag.
Say a long goodbye to the caboose.
One of the Star Tribune's Restaurants of the Year to add a third location.
The Twin Cities might not have a Little Italy, but its Italian-American restaurant landscape is still as rich as tiramisu. By no means an exhaustive…
Get nice and toasty this Valentine's Day at these charming spots.
Classic cocktails with a Japanese focus and specialty rolls are on the menu.
Who needs James Beard when there’s Charlie? That would be the Charlie Awards, the Twin Cities’ answer to that other contest celebrating the best restaurants…
From a Donut Burger to a 24-scoop sundae, the Sugar Factory delivers the goods.
Long before it gained wider fame with an appearance on "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives," the Dari-ette was beloved as a seasonal landmark.
A fluffy white bird from St. Paul is currently the most famous duck in Minnesota, thanks to some fast feet, fowl puns and a viral video.
Darkness Bierschnapps is out today.
Parlour fans, this one's for you.
When a Twin Cities pastry chef goes to France for the Olympics of baking, she keeps her eyes on the rise.
The Minnesota-based chef will travel the country to talk about social issues and food.
This is the second closure so far in 2020 for the fledgling East Town neighborhood near U.S. Bank Stadium.
The Cocktail Room at 18th & Central is in a remote part of the airport.
Cocktail menus are evolving to meet demands for sophisticated nonalcoholic options.
Earl Giles Distillery will bring cocktails and pizza to a busy block.
Erik the Red has a new home in south Minneapolis.
If your New Year's resolution is to eat good food, you're in luck.
From bakeries to breweries, food halls to airport terminals, here are all the trends that shaped our year of eating and drinking in the Twin Cities.
When he wasn't working, he was traveling, indulging in lifelong wanderlust.
This New Year's Eve, spike your Champagne cocktail with these local liqueurs.
Market House Collaborative's Salty Tart says goodbye Dec. 31.
Lots of newcomers joined the dining scene in 2019.
"I'll have a punch in the boob," said one customer who sidled up to the bar -- totally straight-faced. He was referring to the name…
Step aside, potato latke. Celebrate Hanukkah by frying, well, almost everything else.
Mercado by Jester Concepts calls it quits.
It takes over an Au Bon Pain in the Capella Tower.
Protein shakes aren't all you can get post-workout.
The restaurant will close Dec. 22.
New bar from cocktail veterans Robb Jones and Elliot Manthey will open in the former Donnie Dirk's Zombie Den.
Bloomberg asked top chefs where they like to dine.
The pizza company that has built its brand on "Sota Style" pies just can't bring itself to identify with the opposition.
With Twin Cities food halls booming, four new restaurants to launch at North Loop Galley next month.
The fifth restaurant since Old Chicago has closed in what some think of as a 'cursed' address.
Despite a new owner, "the space itself is really untouched by time," and the burger recipe won't change.
Three pies incorporate their local brews.
Go hungry when you head to St. Paul's Snelling Avenue, with its growing menu options.
An offering from TPT examines Minnesota cuisine, one dish at a time.
Plan your weekend with these new spots to taste beer, wine and spirits.
The machete quesadilla, aka the machetazo, is the centerpiece of a Woodbury sister restaurant to Los Ocampo.
Thirty-Six Cafe is now open in St. Paul.
It's called Andy's Diner, and it's bringing the same retro look and diner menu now featured at Andy's Garage in the Midtown Global Market.
The owners of a hockey-themed dessert truck are going brick and mortar, and they promise a rotating menu of more than 30 "designer brownies."
The Juicy Lucy, cheese curds and a supper club land in the Big Apple.
Grab a reservation while you can.
A new location may be in the works.
Dan O'Gara announced over the weekend that his namesake St. Paul watering hole would not reopen in a new development on the site of the 77-year-old bar. Readers weren't happy.
Yes, it's in the mall parking lot.