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Stephanie keeps herself deliciously up-to-date on all things food- and dining-related while editing and writing Mpls.St.Paul Magazine’s Eat + Drink section. She can also be heard Saturdays on her myTalk107.1 radio show, Weekly Dish, where she talks about the Twin Cities food scene.
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Cafe Racer food truck opens a home base in Seward
You have one chance this month to take brunch down The Rabbit Hole and plenty of opportunities to start green beer consumption early.
Skip the Guinness; go for a local take on the St. Paddy's with our favorite Minnesotan stouts.
You'll be able to let the margaritas flow while watching the Twins this year.
Tasting cocktails right in the distillery: welcome the latest local drinking trend.
Vellee Deli kicks up the heat, Rustica changes hands, and spring is coming (?!)
The 50 places you should be eating at right now, including the 12 best of the best.
An old supperclub gets new life as Birch's on the Lake Brewhouse & Supperclub.
A competition of culinary talent where everyone with taste buds won.
It's COCHON555 weekend, plus YC is replaced and Winterfest has room for more.
In which we discuss the lack of women on the cover of the March issue, in more than 140 characters.
This success story is already planning its second act.
Where to get local with porkish delights on National Pig Day.
We found out the James Beard Foundation loves the Twin Cities, lots of openings and closings, and an Oscar party worth its show tunes.
You know what you need to cure cabin fever? How about a whole week of dining deals.
It's easy to get caught up in celebrating exceptional new restaurants but the real test is their ability to remain exceptional.
In which we soothe our Powerball loss with steak, take a smart stab at the MOA turnover, and polish our pooches for a showing.
A new peanut butter burger comes to town, gluten-free gets a new shop, plus a performance art beer bar.
Get excited for Italian in Excelsior.
If you need a little heat, look to Mr. Fuzz's.
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