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Plan your weekend with these new spots to taste beer, wine and spirits.
Restaurant critic Rick Nelson dropped in on Rosedale's new Potluck food hall and found five dishes worth raving about.
The machete quesadilla, aka the machetazo, is the centerpiece of a Woodbury sister restaurant to Los Ocampo.
From buffet to a la carte, vegan turkey to prime rib, there's a ready-made holiday dinner for every taste.
Restaurant is devoted to exploring a huge range of flavors found near the 14th parallel in Southeast Asia.
Thirty-Six Cafe is now open in St. Paul.
It's called Andy's Diner, and it's bringing the same retro look and diner menu now featured at Andy's Garage in the Midtown Global Market.
The owners of a hockey-themed dessert truck are going brick and mortar, and they promise a rotating menu of more than 30 "designer brownies."
The Juicy Lucy, cheese curds and a supper club land in the Big Apple.
From a "hot" breakfast sandwich to a classic Jucy Lucy, here are Rick Nelson's highlights from his recent dining-out schedule.
On Monday, active duty personnel and veterans can enjoy dining deals all over town. (Most restaurants require military identification.) Crooked Pint Ale House Any single…
The quality-obsessed operation is taking a 70-seat spot in the new Life Time complex.
Among the over-the-top offerings is a 24-scoop King Kong Sundae, covered in sprinkles, gummy bears, caramel sauce, fudge sauce, and giant swirly lollipops.
Grab a reservation while you can.
A new location may be in the works.
If you're into Wisconsin beer history, lagers, a beer revolution or cooking with the beverage, these new volumes are for you.
Dan O'Gara announced over the weekend that his namesake St. Paul watering hole would not reopen in a new development on the site of the 77-year-old bar. Readers weren't happy.
Yes, it's in the mall parking lot.
Restaurant's owner blames closure on $15 minimum wage, sick time requirements
Last week, the New York Times gave a scathing zero-star review to classic Brooklyn steakhouse Peter Luger. Why go to New York for "just another steak"? Here are 10 great options right here in the Twin Cities.