Last week’s Part 1 of our profile of Doug Flicker focused on his humble beginnings and the journey that led him to this point in his career — running a restaurant that’s been given a perfect score by a number of critics.
It’s elegant and cozy, and seats just 38. And according to the national reservation website OpenTable.com, diners believe it is home to the best food.
This week the Twin Cities food community honored a dozen restaurants and chefs with the Charlie Awards.
After only about nine months since its conception, Minnesota’s first retractable roof restaurant is on the cusp of opening to the public.
For some of us, it’s the best part of eating out — that bite of dessert after the meal. One Twin Cities pastry chef has a unique job. She’s in charge of desserts for 14 different restaurants.
The people behind Crave, Urban Eatery and the new Figlio have another concept coming to downtown Minneapolis. The corner of Hennepin Avenue and 8th Street will soon be home to a new restaurant that will literally blow the roof off Minnesota dining.
Diners in downtown Minneapolis will have one less choice following the unceremonious closure of Thom Pham’s Wondrous Azian Kitchen yesterday.
A 6-foot-6, 350 pound man from Wisconsin is protesting after being cut off from a local restaurant’s all-you-can-eat fish fry, according to WTMJ-TV.
A restaurant caught fire Thursday afternoon in Rockford, Minn.
The Wright County Sheriff’s Office said a fire was reported at Cowboyz Bar and Grill around 3:37 p.m. Five fire departments responded to fight the fire.
It’s called an interactive tabletop experience. With the push of a button, you can order dessert and even pay the bill.
There’s a new restaurant and bar at Mall of America that is chasing the nice right out of Minnesota.
A second restaurant owned by former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser has closed.
The 1977 Beer Cheese Soup at Muffuletta in St. Paul has been on the menu since day one. That was 35 years ago and the recipe hasn’t changed.
You don’t need a permit to grill hot dogs at your home, but you do need a permit to grill them outside a bar in St. Paul.
It appears as though the folks at Betty’s Pies have run out of dough, as the company is losing its lease in Mahtomedi.