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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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Our favorite Twin Cities spots for craft cocktails, brown booze, and wines that warm your night.
Opens/Closes/Shuffles and the like that always happen this first week of 2015.
A new ballpark-friendly bar menu comes to one of Lowertown’s best restaurants.
After more than 10 years, Solera is now closed.
Big coffee dreams can start in a little town like Bayfield, Wisconsin.
The former Psycho Suzi's site has become a mock-posh prepster haven.
Things are looking greener these days at lunchtime in the Minneapolis skyways.
It’s hard to let the past go. Especially when it’s decked in sparkly Naugahyde and carries the slight scent of pierogies.
Surly opens its new facility, Urban Bean has a new bun in the oven, and The King & I Thai is resurrected . . . in Mendota Heights.
Coffee nerds want to know ... what's up with Urban Bean lately?
The Surly Nation is psyched and ready for the Beer Hall opening, but what will they eat?
There's plenty more than just flat pie happening at the new South Minne pizza joint.
Good meat comes to those who wait.
A Festivus beer release, changes at Sorella, plus all the news this week.
Pro Tip: Only endeavor to holiday shop when there’s a lovely libation reward at the end of it.
‘Tis the season for baking. But there's more than All-Purpose out there these days. We break down the grocery shelf.
Nye's announces its closure, Red Wagon Pizza opens a joint, Korean comes to Uptown, and there's a donut run.
Find a wide-ranging, complex list of brandies at The Bachelor Farmer.
We know it's always 72 and sunny in the skyways, but now it's feeling a whole lot greener, too.
The new incarnation of Union may be innovative but is there enough of Woodman to go around?
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