In the best news to come out of the Golden Arches since the debut of all-day breakfast, the frozen patty is out. For Quarter Pounders, anyway.
The Korean gastropub is calling it quits on June 30, and the owners of Moroccan Flavors plan to take over the space.
The transformative project is a remake of the historic Joseph Wolf Brewery.
Fun, affordable Centro is opening in late June, and elegant Popol Vuh will follow a month later.
A suburban dive bar, a fancy downtown hotel, a food truck, a butcher shop and a North Loop newcomer produced these great burgers in the first half of 2018.
The menu at the new Thirty Bales will have a seasonal, regional focus, but "We're not calling ourselves 'farm-to-table,'" said co-owner Todd DuPont.
The landmark Eat Street restaurant is leaving Nicollet Avenue in September and reopening on Lowry Avenue in November.
Wahlburgers, the work of Mark and Donnie Wahlberg -- and mostly their brother, chef Paul Wahlberg -- is serving triple-patty cheeseburgers at the megamall.
R.A. MacSammy's is opening at 48th and Chicago in July.
The Selby-Dale hangout cited "tough times financially for small independents."
With more than 40 years of experience, Wagner's makes a textbook perfect California burger. With crinkle fries, of course.
Ward 6 is closing after brunch on June 3, and Fern's is calling it quits on May 29.
Burger Friday raved over Mike DeCamp's brilliant homage to McDonald's. Now he's improved on that formula.
The pastrami palace went dark earlier this week.
Chef Jim Christiansen plans to close on June 9th and reopen in late September.
StormKing Barbecue brought white oak-smoked meats to Eat Street.
The food truck -- one of the Twin Cities' earliest operators -- does right by the California cheeseburger.
The Dallas-based franchise landed in the Twin Cities in 2012.
Lucky Cricket will debut in the Shops at West End in October
At Hamburguesas El Gordo, the burgers are big, flavorful and festive. Hurry into the St. Paul location; its last day is today. But the Minneapolis location will stay open.