When Francine Weber opened Milton’s Vittles, Vino and Beer in suburban Crystal, Minn., she thought she’d open a fast casual soul food spot. Somehow the space she found and the response from the community changed things.
Throughout the month of February, DeRusha Eats is taking it to the suburbs. This week in DeRusha Eats, we take you to a Minnetonka restaurant to check out the signature dishes of the Gold Nugget.
This week, DeRusha Eats is heading to the east Twin Cities metro to find a popular restaurant that stands out from its typical strip mall setting. Jason DeRusha heads to Woodbury to check out Cravings Restaurant and Wine Bar.
This week in DeRusha Eats, Jason cooks at Chefs Night off at Kitchen in the Market. Every month in Minneapolis, a cooking school gives you the tips to help you cook like a pro.
After the recent deep freeze, you might be dreaming of escaping Minnesota in favor of Hawaii or California. But brothers Chris and Andrew Ikeda did just the reverse, leaving those warm states to open a restaurant in their hometown of Minneapolis. This week, DeRusha Eats at Lake and Irving, where the Ikedas are bringing global influences to a local intersection.
It’s not always about food with DeRusha Eats, and this week we’re diving into the world of vodka. The new year is a time of rebirth for a lot of us, and for a local business man it’s the birth of a new vodka brand that was an eight-year process.
Did you miss the WCCO-TV Saturday Morning Show? We have all the highlights for you here. As we get ready to ring in 2014, Aristea Brady spent some time with the experts at Bylerly’s on ideas to celebrate New Year’s Eve.
For 40 years, it’s been a hidden gem of the south suburbs. It’s a French restaurant inside a hotel, and Jason DeRusha went to check out Colette Bistro and Bar in Bloomington for his weekly segment DeRusha Eats.
We have a couple of days until Christmas and New Year’s Eve and when you’re looking to celebrate, it has to be about champagne. For a lot of us, finding the right bubbly can be intimidating and confusing.
Two brothers in their 30s are carrying on a legacy started by their grandmother more than 50 years ago. Now their northeast Minneapolis restaurant is celebrating its third birthday. This week in DeRusha Eats, Jason checked out Hazel’s Northeast.
Did the bone-chilling cold make you want to sleep in? Couldn’t be in front of a TV for the WCCO Saturday Morning Show? Have no fear, we’ve got the highlights for you right here.
This week in DeRusha Eats, Jason headed across the Mississippi River to the Lowertown area of St. Paul to a café that has baked its way into the heart of the neighborhood. While Buttered Tin is known for its sweet treats, it also has an award-winning sandwich.
It’s a quirk of the Twin Cities dining scene that there are only a couple seafood restaurants. The new seafood restaurant Union Fish Market in downtown Minneapolis is hoping to fill the void. That’s how Jason DeRusha got a taste of the delicious scallops in this week’s DeRusha Eats.
The whole WCCO family is excited about our latest addition – the WCCO Rooftop! It has an outdoor kitchen, a working gas fireplace, locally grown plants and an amazing view above Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. There’s green, local, lush landscape to use for an array of purposes, including outdoor camping segments and even musical guests. The plants are mostly locally grown, and the soil is locally sourced from Mississippi Top Soils in Cold Spring.
Did you miss the WCCO Saturday Morning Show? We had plenty of interesting and entertaining segments as Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Aristea Brady visited with an expert from Bachman’s to get ideas for the perfect Thanksgiving table set up that won’t be too expensive.