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DeRusha Eats: Tracy’s Saloon

This week, Jason DeRusha visited a neighborhood saloon that survived a renovation surprise that any homeowner can relate to. Jason DeRusha eats in the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis at Tracy’s Saloon.

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DeRusha Eats: McGarry’s Irish Pub

Minnesotans love Irish pubs, so Jason DeRusha took a drive to Maple Plain, Minnesota, and found a classic pub in an unlikely spot.

12/13/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Half Time Rec

Half Time Rec is a St. Paul institution. It was even the backdrop for the movie “Grumpy Old Men.” This place defines dive bar. Scott and Steve Mars are the brothers who’ve tried not to mess this place up the past five years. “It is a dive bar, and we take pride in that,” Scott said. “We want to keep it a fun dive bar atmosphere.”

12/06/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Potica, A Czech Pastry

Jason DeRusha sampled a Czech pastry so popular that they’re being sold throughout the state.

11/29/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Country Cake Cupboard Cafe And Bakery

As Thanksgiving and the holidays approach, a lot of us start thinking about baking. Many of us bake pies, cakes, cookies and other treats special for this time of year. That’s why Jason DeRusha headed to the western suburbs, just west of Wayzata, to try the Country Cake Cupboard Cafe.

11/22/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Cooking With Chef Marcus Samuelsson

This week in DeRusha Eats, Jason DeRusha spent some time with world famous chef Marcus Samuelsson. He’s featured on the Food Network and was the chef at the Aquavit restaurant in the IDS Building in downtown Minneapolis from 1999-2003.

11/15/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Spoon And Stable

Not only is it one of the most anticipated restaurant openings in the country, but it’s also a great hometown success story. A kid from Bloomington, Minn. became a nationally-known cooking big shot in New York, but moved to Minneapolis to open his first spot.

11/08/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Marin

In most large cities, some of the best restaurants are inside hotels. For whatever reason, Minneapolis doesn’t really have that scene. But Marin is trying to change that.

11/01/2014

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DeRusha Eats: El Burrito Mercado

While many people will be celebrating Halloween next Friday, others will be celebrating a Mexican holiday that predates is by some 3,000 years. The Mexican holiday of Dia de los Muertos is celebrated Nov. 1. And nowhere celebrates it in the Twin Cities quite like El Burrito Mercado in St. Paul.

10/25/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Cookies At Keys Cafe

In small town Minnesota family restaurants serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner are pretty common In the Twin Cities that type of café is Keys Café; a chain of nine restaurants known not only for those meals, but also for their bakery.

10/11/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Fresh Hopped Beer

Fall is often a short-lived season. Certain things, aside from the weather, are here and then gone quickly. Things like high school football games, fall colors and a certain kind of beer that you may have never heard of.

10/04/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Workshop

Twin Cities-based Kaskaid Hospitality is in the middle of some major changes. The company behind Crave is expanding to Las Vegas in the next couple weeks, and thus is remaking menus at all of its restaurants.

09/27/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Rise Bagels

If you ask an east coast native about Twin Cities bagels, you’re probably going to get a violent reaction. But instead of complaining, two sisters decided to start boiling and baking their own bagels. And that makes a difference, as Jason DeRusha found out.

09/20/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Smart Associates

The Kenwood in Minneapolis looks and feels like its namesake neighborhood: elegant, understated and comfortable. Jim Smart designed the eatery, which is just one of his more than 320 restaurants around the country.

09/13/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Table 65 In New Richmond, Wis.

Look closely on dozens of Twin Cities menus and you’ll find the fish from Star Prairie Trout Farm — just 45 minutes from our downtowns. Besides their commercial fishing operation, they have ponds where anyone can fish. My morning show co-anchor, Jamie Yuccas, had more success than I did at fishing.

09/06/2014

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