When pondering a list of famous classic cocktails, it’s safe to say that something called Donkey Punch won’t make the list.
There’s a haven within the massive shopping establishment that is the Mall of America. Located on the first floor, just off the unnaturally bright main hallway, the dark wood walls and low lighting of the Twin City Grill can’t help but be a kind of beacon for those who need to take a load off before continuing on in the grand circuit of stores.
Pracna on Main has the bragging rights of being the oldest restaurant in Minneapolis.
Kincaid’s offers a comfortable setting that one associates with a classic steakhouse: low lighting, dark wood accents, and comfortable booths.
Nestled on a triangle-shaped block in the Elliot Park neighborhood of Minneapolis, between Park and Chicago Avenues, is a small white restaurant adorned with bright red letters that spell out Band Box Diner. It is not a dining car, but a more stout structure with much larger windows.
Sidling up to the bar at Ike’s Food and Cocktails is nothing short of an event.
Inside Don Saunders’ kitchen at his Minneapolis restaurant, In Season, for a sampling of the new fall menu.
At a friend’s 30th surprise birthday party last week, I spent the majority of the night drooling, as I listened intently to the riveting raves of a friend’s recent visit to Tilia.
With a new year come new opportunities. And for me, that means continuing to try out all the Twin Cities has to offer for wining and dining, until I’ve tried them all.
Finally. I finally made the journey. After hearing about this haute-ly anticipated restaurant for months, then having to drool through reviews galore of their perfectly classic Midwestern cuisine, the wait was finally over.
At first, my boyfriend rolled his eyes at the thought of driving to Bloomington for dinner. (Oh my gosh, Bloomington — might as well be Mars, right?)