Brit's Pub To Reopen In Downtown Minneapolis Later This MonthBrit's Pub closed last year after being damaged during riots, looting and a fire.
Minnesota Baking Influencers Are On The RiseSince the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, baking has never been hotter.
Top 7 Minnesota Baking And Recipe InfluencersAlong with the help of Maggie LaMaack, group director for influencer and brand partnerships at Fast Horse, WCCO's Jason DeRusha has compiled a list of the top seven baking and recipe influencers based in Minnesota.
Burch Steak Will Permanently Close, Citing PandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic has claimed another Twin Cities restaurant.
America's Least Favorite Pizza Topping Is ... Not PineappleA new survey finds, not terribly surprisingly, that America's #1 favorite pizza topping is pepperoni, followed closely behind by sausage.
Mike's Mix: Sooki & Mimi's 'Condessa'Mike Augustyniak recently went to Sooki & Mimi, a new restaurant opened by James Beard Award-winner Ann Kim, to learn their "Condessa" Recipe.
Pandemic Is Forcing Girl Scouts To Get Creative During Cookie SeasonWhether you’re team Thin Mint or team Shortbread, cookie lovers alike will be happy to hear Girl Scout cookie season is almost here. But how will the scouts pull it off while staying safe from COVID-19?
For National Bagel Day, Jason DeRusha Lists His Top Bagel Spots In MinnesotaCraving a bagel on National Bagel Day?
Esquire Magazine Names The 1 Minnesota Restaurant That America ‘Can’t Afford To Lose’ Amid COVIDOn Wednesday, Gov. Tim Walz is expected to announce a set of relaxed regulations for indoor dining in Minnesota. That being said, the restaurant industry has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Restaurants Hoping Gov. Walz Allows Indoor Dining At 50% CapacityIt's been a chilly few weeks for Minnesota diners, with outdoor dining only -- but they will soon be able to warm up.
Despite COVID Restrictions, Some Twin Cities Restaurants Experiencing BoomWith ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, most Minnesota restaurant owners are ending the worst year they've ever known. But a few are surprisingly seeing significant growth.