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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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Changes are afoot at Sushi Fix, including expansion and a full sake bar.
How does one prepare for the coming Great Minnesota Get Together? Stretch and plan, plan and stretch.
Kicky spreads born of a local family recipe.
Union's new main level eatery, The Workshop, opens next week.
Fried chicken is definitely having a moment right now.
You're mad for the servers' sakes. But what about the line cooks? The expos? The bar backs?
Stephanie March is a little over the power of the phrase "made by hand."
There’s room for the new with respect to the old at this diner.
Richfield is about to get a chef-driven kitchen and bar.
Heyday gets four stars from the Strib, and we're in for a sudsy weekend.
A collaboration between dirt and diner comes to life in Powderhorn.
Highlights of some of the best menus featured in this week's Restaurant Week!
The end of the server? Chill out, guys. It's not that drastic.
Take an inside look at Libertine, the newest Tim McKee restaurant in Uptown.
Verdant tea house is launching full-service dinner and cocktail menus.
Lobster mushrooms will give you a reason to camp.
You’ve heard about the Potato Salad guy on Kickstarter haven’t you?
Exploring the yum at the latest entry to East St. Paul's dining renaissance.
The historic Town Talk Diner will be reborn with a French accent.
The spot replacing Bradstreet Craftshouse is Cask Cookhouse.
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