When two notable culinary forces with a highly talented team come together to open a new restaurant, local food enthusiasts and powerhouse restauranteurs certainly take notice — even if that’s much to the surprise of the owners themselves.
Opening a new restaurant in the same space that served as a St. Paul favorite for local diners, politicians and the great, ‘Miracle man’ Herb Brooks certainly comes with its share of pressure. But two lifelong friends are treading with respect and hoping their simple approach appeals to the neighborhood.
Sift through the menu at Uptown’s newest restaurant, BoneYard Kitchen and Bar, and it’s like flipping through the recipes of Chef Jason Bush’s youth.
If you’ve ever wanted to name a restaurant — now’s your chance. When the Kaskaid Hospitality group — parent company of Crave, Union, figlio and Urban Eatery — opens their latest concept in Uptown, they’ll be looking for the public’s help.
The Crave folks are at it again. Plans have been announced for Kaskaid Hospitality (parent company to Crave, Union, figlio and Urban Eatery) to open a new concept in the soon-to-be former home of Old Chicago in Uptown.
Taking inspiration from his first location, Cafe Maude owner Kevin Sheehy wanted to evoke a similar sense of community, celebration and love when opening his new restaurant downtown.
When it comes to the phrase “hotel restaurant,” thoughts of chain food, greasy diners and generic menus can often be the norm. But when the downtown Minneapolis Hyatt was deciding how to use $25 million for renovations, they had another idea in mind.