First up: the Minneapolis and St. Paul farmers markets open on Saturday.
Here's the scoop on the opening plans of Twin Cities (and outstate) seasonal restaurants.
The restaurant, from the team behind Lowertown's Saint Dinette, opened in June.
Thursday is the last day for the bakery/cafe's locations in the Capella Tower and Baker Center.
Attention to detail makes the Copper Cow, a burger-centric offshoot of Eat Street's Copper Hen Cakery & Kitchen, worth a visit.
Expect to find six state-of-the-art golf simulators at the heart of Thr3 Jack, opening this summer.
Butter -- and buttery Havarti -- are the key ingredients in this gotta-have variation on the beef burger.
A search through the Taste archives inspired this impressive caramel- and pecan-packed treat.
Isaac Becker and Nancy St. Pierre plan to open Snack Bar by late summer.
The bakery's Lowertown location will remain open.
A classic Minneapolis bar snack has returned to its rightful address, in the beautiful lounge at 510 Groveland.
It involves a Swiss chef, a young University of Minnesota student, a restaurant at the top of the IDS Tower, and Byerly's supermarkets.
The award highlights individuals working in "the important and complex realms of sustainability, food justice and public health."
Can't make it to a Friday fish fry? Consider a fast-food fish sandwich instead, ranked from worst to best.
The restaurant's back bar reopens Wednesday afternoon, and the dining room should follow on Thursday.
The so-called "Oscars of the food world" will name finalists on March 27.
Beef, dry-aged on the premises for 40 days, is this burger's secret weapon.
Your next great cheeseburger is on the menu at the Tipsy Steer, located inside Invictus Brewing Co.
The neighborhood gathering spot -- known for its collection of Easy-Bake Ovens -- recently marked its one-year anniversary.
Tucked away in an industrial park, Wooden Hill Brewing Co. is worth seeking out.