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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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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?
After the Thursday feast, you're going to have to move around a little bit, yeah?
Meatballs will arrive right to your desk and more newsy bits from the food landscape.
The historic Forum Cafeteria will come alive again in 2015.
Hans' Bakery opens in Navarre, Dan Kelly's gets spiffed up, and Pizzeria Lola celebrates its anniversary.
Take a look at the menu and digs for Excelsior's new Italian eatery.
Another reason to head to the Old Log Theatre.
Tons of new talent and ideas are raising the bar on our already-happening local eating scene.
A crisp, clean bottle of booze from the Bittercube boys.
A local sweets company makes Oprah's list of favorite things, plus Citizen Cafe closes with little fanfare.
Who better to teach cooking classes than a chef?
Time to step up your cookie game.
St. Paul's legendary locavore restaurant unleashes a new burger-centric bar menu.
Victory 44's Erick Harcey is opening a three-part food complex in Linden Hills.
Spoon and Stable sets an opening date, and Halloween weekend suds and feasts.
Chef JP Samuelson has left 6Smith for a new gig.
One of the best beer bars in town goes totally local for November.
Can we declare a victor in the battle for Wayzata?
The most hotly anticipated restaurant opening in Minneapolis changes its name.
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