Recent content from Rick Nelson
Get ready to drink your way through a big new batch of novelty beers at the fair.
At the Bungalow Club, chef Andrew Kraft demonstrates a clear affinity for tortellini, spaghetti and gem lettuce.
The new Nicollet Mall is a leafier, artsier improvement over its dreary predecessor. But this is all that $50 million buys?
On Sunday afternoons for the past three years, Amanda Weber has conducted 90-minute rehearsals at the state's women's prison in Shakopee.
From a new ramen shop in north Minneapolis to a brunch favorite in Wayzata, the restaurant scene is as busy as ever.
These new dining options are offering first-rate bagels, doughnuts, ice cream and more.
It's hot out there. Time to cool down at an ice cream shop with one of critic Rick Nelson's fave scoops.
Meet the talented veterans and gifted newcomers who are investing in the food and drink scene in the city by the lake.
At a time when fine dining is in retreat, the chefs at Travail Kitchen & Amusements are embracing a more refined (and expensive) experience.
A handful of newcomers join those serving up the State Fair fare, including a coffee vendor and two Midtown Global Market tenants.