A long-private club is going public in June with a new lunch and dinner initiative.
Dulceria Bakery, a favorite from the Linden Hills Farmers Market, is opening a shop at 42nd and Cedar in June.
What was once a season ticket holder-only venue is now Bat & Barrel, an open-to-everyone restaurant/bar with great views and a great cheeseburger.
Part diner, part cocktail bar: Here's a sneak peek at the new St. Paul Parlour.
Bacon and egg on a burger? Absolutely.
And chef Jamie Malone's savory Paris-Brest is the magazine's Dish of the Year.
Theatergoers can expect some new flavors at the seafood restaurant.
Surly Pizza Upstairs sports "New Haven-style" pies and more in a fast-casual atmosphere.
At Nolo's Kitchen & Bar, chef Peter Hoff crafts an "ooh-ey gooey" burger by borrowing elements from his favorite burger chain.
Robbinsdale OES Dining Hall won't be back when the Great Minnesota Get-Together opens on Aug. 23.
Vegan East went from serving pop-ups and festivals to opening its own storefront.
The basement-level Rathskeller Cafe uses premium Minnesota-made ingredients to build a gotta-have burger.
Spoon and Stable pastry chef Diane Yang leads the list of local nominees.
Look for branches of Blue Door Pub, Hi-Lo Diner, Tattersall Distillery and more.
The new eateries will debut when Madden's opens its 89th season in April.
The restaurant's Eat Street home is being replaced by an apartment complex.
Local coffee lovers have been flocking to the new shop, and immediately posting their photos on social media.
At the Bungalow Club in the former Craftsman, chef/co-owner Andrew Kraft is promising a spot "where everyone can come and hang out."
The craft brewery announced the shuttering on its social media accounts.
It's a cause for celebration -- at least among cheeseburger fanatics -- as the Minneapolis butcher shop makes its Wednesday-only burger available to a wider audience.