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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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If sushi is quickly becoming our new food, I say GREAT. There's no doubt that sushi has invaded American eating culture (hello cream cheese-loving Philly rollers, I'm looking at you).
Innovative burgers and 32 wines by the glass? Red Cow is not your average tavern.
Eat Street’s new sweet spot serves up donuts that taste as good as they look.
Say hello to the newest pizza joint in the neighborhood.
The perfect pick-me-up for your tired grilling routine.
The restaurant that changes everything you thought you knew about steak houses.
Get the most out of your food trucking experience.
The tastiest trend in town? The humble morning egg, elevated.
The former food truck grows up (and out!) with a delicious, no-frills approach.
The restaurant bringing innovative plates to East St. Paul.
A warm cafe with a casual, laid-back ethos perfect for the brunch set.
Tis the season for straight-to-your-door produce delivery.
Don't sacrifice your catch-up--eat well without the cacophony at these restaurants.
Salty and malty, beer and oysters make for a perfect cold-weather indulgence.
This little spot brings a whole new version of skyway sushi: the custom roll.
Kid-friendly restaurants and menu items that will keep kids' hunger at bay.
Where to find homemade chicharron, from spicy amuse bouche at Corner Table to a chicken skin version at Borough.
Rob Miller is not so dangerous, but he is a bearded man with a plan.
An under-the-radar cafe that might be your new go-to spot.
The (even) sweeter side of maple syrup.
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