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A design-your-own burger is the menu's most popular feature at the Johnson family's sharp remake of their Eden Avenue Grill.
The downtown steakhouse is pushing 30 and going strong. Co-founder Phil Roberts reflects on the restaurant's roots and legacy.
While most high-end restaurants in the Twin Cities take reservations, leaving the bar open for walk-ins, some of the most popular eateries remain steadfast that their tables should be a free-for-all.
So far this year, an estimated 700 new restaurant seats are coming in, and the boom shows no signs of slowing.
2014 Chateau Cailleteau Bergeron Côtes de Blaye Really good, nicely priced Bordeaux reds continue to hit local shelves and restaurant lists. One major stalwart is…
Chef Shack Bay City This ultra-charming weekend-only restaurant — the pride and joy of pioneering food truckers Lisa Carlson and Carrie Summer — is the…
The people have spoken, the matchups are set and voting for this latest dog-eat-dog round begins now.
Now that more than 14,000 votes have been tallied, these Minnesota breweries advance to the Ale-ite Eight.
Now that the matchups are determined, you've got the opportunity to vote for each brewery head-to-head all the way to the championship round.
The restaurant details are staying super secret for now.
Opening chef Grae Nonas is leaving the four-month-old restaurant. His replacement? Australian Bradley Day.
The journey to learning about this favorite grape beverage comes one sip at a time.
Brunson's Pub (brunsonspub.com), the reincarnation of the former Schwietz Saloon in St. Paul, opened its doors on Monday, debuting a pub menu with international…
Wayzata's latest restaurant (serving breakfast and lunch) will come from Mill Valley Kitchen chef Mike Rakun
No name yet, but the new casual cafe will open this summer in the Promenade of Wayzata.
Baja Haus will open on March 29.
Ryan Burnet's latest venture serves up pizza in the 'burbs.
2015 Chateau Hellha Furmint The fabulous Hungarian dessert wines known as Tokay or Tokaji Aszú have been around forever. (France’s King Louis XIV called them…
Looking for some award-worthy food? These Twin Cities restaurants have chefs who have been nominated for a James Beard Award.
The fast-food chain has filed a whopping lawsuit against the CBC over a claim that the chicken it serves is largely made up of soybean filler.