variety dining reviews
REVIEW: At Bellecour, Gavin Kaysen pays homage to his mentors, to the benefit of diners.
REVIEW: Innovative, flavor-conscious and surprisingly affordable, the stylish Lynhall pushes all the right fast-casual buttons.
The old-but-new supper club is back after sitting dormant since mid-2013.
Six months in, and a flurry of dynamic newcomers have added to the local dining scene. Here's a subjective list of the top performers.
REVIEW: A pair of Uptown chefs have fired up a wood-burning grill to create a St. Paul hot spot.
REVIEW: New owner Jason Jenny and his group of investors clearly maintain a healthy respect for Lucia's illustrious prairie-to-plate past, and seem dedicated to preserving as much of the status quo as possible.
REVIEW: A skilled chef — and a terrific bar — are the secret weapons at casual, affordable Red Rabbit.
REVIEW: Based on its good looks alone, Jun bears little resemblance to its generic Chinese restaurant counterparts that populate strip malls from Shakopee to Shoreview. Not that its appeal is solely skin-deep.