Some Minneapolis Restaurants Adding Fee To Fund Health CareStarting Friday, a number of Minneapolis restaurants will include an extra fee with your meal to fund health care.
Loring Park's 'Bearcat Bar' Closes After Recent RebrandingA Loring Park establishment is calling it quits just two months after rebranding themselves.
DeRusha Eats: Kim Bartmann's 'Permaculture' Garden FarmeWhat Taya Schulte and Seamus Fitzgerald are doing in Ramsey seems so far away from the ski ball at Pat's Tap or the fried chicken at Third Bird. But eight urban dive bars and restaurants are directly linked to this one-acre farm in the north suburbs, thanks to restaurant owner Kim Bartmann.
Twin Cities Recognized Among James Beard Award SemifinalistsSeveral Twin City institutions, restaurateurs and chefs were named among the semifinalists for the 2015 James Beard Awards Wednesday. The semifinalists were chosen by the Restaurant and Chef Awards committee from a group of over 35,000 submissions nationwide .
Mpls. Voters To Decide Fate Of 70/30 LawMinneapolis voters will now have a say on a controversial liquor law in the city. In November, voters will decide on whether or not to repeal the 70/30 law. The 1997 city charter amendment was originally put in place to try to prevent restaurants that sold liquor from becoming neighborhood trouble spots.
DeRusha Eats: Bryant Lake BowlFor 20 years now, Bryant Lake Bowl has been a popular date night spot in uptown Minneapolis. It's part local restaurant, part bowling alley – a Twin Cities original.
Curiocity: MN Restaurants, Chefs Named James Beard SemifinalistsWe've all known the kind of stellar restaurants and chefs we've been blessed with here in the Twin Cities. But as the semifinalist list for the 2013 James Beard Awards prove, the rest of the country is taking notice.
Curiocity: Pat's Tap Brings Skee-Ball To S. MinneapolisSure, the gastro pub is nothing new. But a gastro pub with ... wait for it ... skee-ball? Now that's something to write home about.