There’s no denying the culinary prowess coming out of Twin Cities kitchens today. Several Minnesota chefs and restaurants are consistently recognized on a national scale — and by the prestigious James Beard Award Foundation.
Impress potential clients with your bar selection with some of the best bars for business drinks in Minnesota.
Sometimes, a cool summery treat is just the ticket. Here are some of the best places around the Twin Cities to stop in to to order a summertime treat.
If there’s one person that’s critical about the work that Chef Isaac Becker has done over the years, it’s probably Isaac Becker. The James Beard Award winning owner of 112 Eatery, Bar La Grassa and Burch seems like he’d have plenty to gloat about but he said he’s a bit more “glass half empty” about his success.
These days, Isaac Becker may be the proud owner to three outstanding Twin Cities restaurants, but there was a time, years ago, when his culinary career took a backseat to his dreams of becoming — wait for it — a rockstar.
A Minneapolis executive chef won one of the most prestigious awards in the food industry Monday evening.
Are you someone who is not ready to call it a night after Letterman and that extreme P90X workout? Are you spontaneous and find yourself restless for something fun at a time when the birds aren’t chirping? I never forget a good place that specializes in people like us.
When one thinks of a romantic evening with that special someone, baseball hot dogs may not immediately come to mind. It may be great ballpark food but it’s not exactly date night dinner kind of cuisine.
Heading to a Twins game on an empty stomach and would like to dine before the game? Or do you expect to be hungry after an amazing victory from the Twinkies? Either way, here are some great restaurants near Target Field.
Late-night fare has typically meant ordering a greasy pizza or searching down a local street vendor selling ballpark franks. But not anymore. Kiss those scrounging days goodbye — the Minneapolis scene is taking late-night cuisine to a whole new level.
Tapas is a Spanish word meaning appetizers or snacks. So when we talk about “small plates,” it frequently refers to a Spanish type of cuisine. Tapas restaurants have become more and more popular in recent years. As the health conscious search for healthier portion sizes and some of the more daring chefs look for ways to feature rare and distinctive ingredients, small plates are a hot trend.
Perhaps it’s almost a no-brainer. We live in the Midwest. Out-of-towners almost expect us to have cows roaming the streets and cornfields at every corner. And with those two “staples” of our Midwestern stereotype under our belts, it’s only fitting that our restaurants produce some of the best burgers around.
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about strange foods you may (or may not) encounter. I mentioned how I tend to be adventurous and it’s pretty rare that I find something I don’t like. […]
Do you ever get bored with the usual French, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, basic American food? I do. When I hear about something I’ve never had before, I’m all over it. Give me something I’ve never […]
When a restaurant has more positive reviews than it has items on its menu, you know it’s doing something right. And in the case of 112 Eatery, they’ve set the bar on “doing it right.”