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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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On Saturday you'll have to flip a coin on whether to do shrooms with the cool kids or have cocktails in a haunted mansion, rough call.
When a chef turns his attention to diner food, the results are heavenly.
Card carrying members of the Happy Hour Guild toast to the launch of summer hours (clink your glasses at 4 p.m., y'all).
There's about to be a new rye whiskey in town, but it has been waiting for its debut for more than two years.
Festing goes into overdrive this weekend, so on your way around the towns, don't forget to stop and smell the po' boys.
The space formerly known as Bradstreet has been given a new shine.
The Blue Plate Special makes a triumphant return, North Loop loses a pioneer, and go buy Mom what she really wants: Mr. Stripey and lemon cucumbers.
Barreled gin could be your summer thing.
Cinco de Mayo calls for us to investigate the taco invasion in Uptown.
St. Paul's new sweet spot.
Hooray, hooray, the first of May, outdoor burgers (truly) begin today!
May is National Burger Month—time to explore what’s new beyond our standby favorites.
After nearly a decade Yum! gets a sibling.
We finally get a meatball shop, a locally made grappa, and hot dog happy hour after 10 p.m.
It's less about the menu than the mission, but this truck could change the city.
What does it actually look like for a restaurant to bring fresh food to diners' plates?
It's CSA fair time! Plus, burritos will brawl, just as art will whirl.
The fast-growing Downtown East neighborhood will soon have a new dining spot.
There’s oodles of news this week, it’s a veritable Spring Awakening in the resto world!
More information on the evolution of Chef Erick Harcey's Linden Hills project.
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