Eat Street Restaurants Struggling To Bounce Back: 'People Are By And Large Still Afraid To Come Out'An iconic cluster of restaurants in South Minneapolis is weathering a difficult time.
Baptist Pastor To Open Bar On Eat Street In MayIt may seem unconventional for a pastor open a bar, but for Jeff and Randi Cowmeadow -- who met working at a bar -- owning a place of their own has always been part of the plan.
Minneapolis Restaurant Joining In Fermented Food Health CrazeFrom sauerkraut to kimchi, fermented foods are in the spotlight and on a lot of dinner plates.
The History Of Eat StreetWhat started as a neighborhood in decline has become a robust spot for dining in Minneapolis.
Bite Of Minnesota: Gyst Fermentation BarThere are times when a restaurant opens and upon first visit, I vow to eat my way through the menu. Over the past year, there have been several restaurants that had me singing their praises from day one. While I typically write about recipes here on Bite of Minnesota, truth is, I eat out just as much as I cook at home, so why not highlight a few local eateries?
DeRusha Eats: Black Forest Inn Turns 50Long before anyone called Nicollet Avenue near Downtown Minneapolis Eat Street, there was a young German immigrant with a dream. Erich Christ was just a kid. This Friday his restaurant turns 50.
MNfusion: The Wedge Sets A Place For Everyone At The TableA long-time staple of the Whittier neighborhood recently opened a new location along Minneapolis' Eat Street. The Wedge Table opened their doors, and pulled out a chair, for the Nicollet neighborhood on Jan. 26.
MNfusion: The Wedge Table Opens On 'Eat Street'A new market and café has found a home on Minneapolis' "Eat Street." The Wedge Table Market and Café opened their second location along Nicollet Avenue South Monday.
Wander Minnesota: Dining Around The World -- In The Twin Cities<a href="http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2014/03/14/wander-minnesota-spring-break-staycations/" target="_blank">Last week</a> I took a look at ways to keep the family entertained over spring break without leaving town. This week, let’s look at eating out—and ways to explore the food of different countries without leaving the Twin Cities. Think your kids won’t try foreign foods? Give them a chance. Frame it as an adventure, show them online or on a globe where you’ll be "dining", and encourage them to look for both similarities and differences in the cuisine compared to what they normally eat. They might just find a new favorite.
The Wedge To Open Eat Street LocationFans of The Wedge co-op will have reason to celebrate, as plans to open another location in Minneapolis have been announced. The 15,500-square-foot space will be the first phase of a multi-year expansion project for The Wedge.