Experience refreshment in the form of a margarita.
Every week, Mike Augustyniak picks up a new cocktail recipe from a local mixologist. This week, he headed over to Masa in downtown Minneapolis for a drink that will have us ready for Cinco De Mayo.
Refer to this holiday travel guide for what to see and do in New York City over the holidays.
This handy guide to New York City can help you plan out your trip and serve as a reference to the city’s top attractions along with food and lodging recommendations.
As interest in epicurean delights continues to grow, so does competition amongst American cities to draw tourism, in addition to the need to continually offer quality food at all levels of preparation.
Party hard for Cinco de Mayo at these local bars.
Ingredients: One quart (32 ounces) of mix Eleven ounces of fresh squeezed lime juice. Fresh squeezed is key. Eight ounces of simple syrup (combine equal parts sugar and water, bringing to a boil and let cool. Thirteen ounces of water.
Start planning your happy hour with the co-workers, it’s National Tequila Day. Some people may have had a bad experience with it, but we learned a few things. Besides not drinking too much or too cheap, we got a lesson on the three types of tequila on the market from Westin Winkler from Rojo. In fact, in Mexico they don’t drink tequila with limes or salt.
Sangria usually consists of wine, chopped-up fruit and a splash of brandy, but some of these restaurants bring their sangria drinks to the next level. Here are some Minnesota bars and restaurants to check out this summer.
Saturday on WCCO Radio’s new food show, “Off The Menu” Twin Cities Food Critic for Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl shares her picks for a “Top of the Twin Cities” list. This week Saturday, it was the top 5 Chips and Dips!
Restaurants with a tapas, or small plates, menu are a fun way to explore new flavors and foods you might not try otherwise. So grab a group of friends or make it a date night and try some small plates at these Minneapolis locations.
Head to these Twin Cities hot spots to put a little spice in your Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Working and living in downtown Minneapolis — and still trying to master my cooking chops — means I eat quite a bit of my meals at the local establishments within walking distance of WCCO.