Cars, hockey, dresses and the ultimate list of quintessential dishes of Minnesota’s top restaurants Here are the links to everything Natalie Nyhus and Mike Augustyniak covered during their action-packed packed hour.
A national semifinalist for best baker and an international competition winner, all tucked away in a South Minneapolis neighborhood. John Kraus is winning awards and has been winning over customers here for nearly five years.
Several 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 .
These are a few local options that take one of the staples of breakfast and elevate it into something better. For breakfast, brunch or until whenever they stop serving them, try one of these local egg dishes.
A group of thieves are targeting purses across the metro. They find victims in crowded restaurants and grocery stores looking for credit cards. The pickpockets have hit Minneapolis, Roseville, St. Louis Park, Brooklyn Park and Maple Grove.
A Twin Cities chef made history with the USA Cooking Team at an international competition in France Wednesday. Gavin Kaysen, the chef from Spoon and Stable, was the coach for team USA at the Bocuse d’Or in Lyon, France.
So, Dara got a call from Chicago this week from celeb chef Rick Bayless asking where to eat in Minneapolis? Here’s what Dara came up with, to impress any foodie elite who is taking a whirl through town. It’s Dara’s Top 5 Places She’d Take Rick Bayless To Eat!
Minneapolis is home to not one, but two of the best bakeries in America — at least according to The Daily Meal’s latest report.
Jamie Yuccas checked out the Cannon River Winery for the upcoming Holiday Harvest Food and Wine Festival. Matt Brickman visited the Loon Cafe in downtown Minneapolis to check out some of the best chili in the Twin Cities.
Bread … it’s one of those things where if you’re good at baking it, it’s the best. But if you’re like me and bread isn’t in your culinary skill-set, there’s nothing like buying a good loaf of bread or finding the perfect baguette. Check out this list of places in the Twin Cities to get a carb-overload (in no particular order.)
When a family with young diners is considering going out for a meal, a wise choice is breakfast or brunch.