Bushel & Peck, a mobile offshoot of the D'Amico & Partners cafe of the same name at the Mill City Museum, is embracing its burgers-and-fries skill set.
The operators of Tin Fish, which has provided drinks and casual seafood-based eats for Uptown lakegoers for more than a decade, have decided not to renew their lease after this season.
Five must-do events around the Twin Cities.
The latest Town Hall iteration has taken over the former Wally's Service Station in Edina.
The sustainable sushi spot already sports a slight baseball theme, so it should fit in nicely near CHS Field in Lowertown.
For the fifth location of his specialty coffee company, owner Christian Johnson is taking over a former antiques shop, and hopes to open "before it's time to go back to school."
The former Schwietz's on Payne Avenue is now Brunson's Pub, and it's serving a bargain-priced diner-style cheeseburger. And there's plenty to see here, burger-wise.
Bartmann's new concept will debut this fall, one that will incorporate a "robust takeover and delivery program with family-style meals."
The viral summer hit of 2012, performed by Minneapolis kids, pops up in the hit Netflix series in an episode that centers on a prison riot and a demand by inmates for Hot Cheetos.
The new downtown St. Paul spot will open Tuesday, boasting a surprisingly international menu.
The former Harris Machinery building will open with a restaurant and other food vendors, located near Surly Brewing.
The downtown Minneapolis digs have gotten a major makeover.
After quietly debuting on Saturday, the premium bagel maker -- which started as a farmers market stand -- is now serving breakfast and lunch, daily.
Sunday marks the return, after an 18-year absence, of what might be the most famous locally made cocktail in Minneapolis history.
All summer long, the private club opens its doors -- and its amazing terrace -- to the public, during happy hour. Go. And order the burger.
The Lynhall, complete with an incubator kitchen, television studio and market space, will open on Wednesday.
Housed in a 7,000-foot warehouse-like space, Seventh Street Truckyard will encompass three bars, three food trucks, carnival-esque entertainment and a whole lot of quirkiness.
Looking for a good Negroni? The drink comes in many forms in local bars, from floral, veggie and coffee to non-alcoholic and the classic original.
At StormKing Barbecue, chef Jordan Smith is offering smoked brisket, burnt ends, spare ribs and other classics, including pecan pie.
During this annual ode to fried dough, Twin Cities doughnut makers hand out free doughnuts, and sell plenty more. Get in line, and prepare for sellouts.