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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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It's time to elevate your mind and curate a new experience (read: it's all artsy up in here this weekend).
Head to the Museum of Russian Art for a truly local vodka + app pairing experience.
Crack your bubbles for breakfast, there are so many tasty things popping on the dining scene!
Your new favorite sipping vodka has a not-so-secret ingredient.
Mucci's is a saucy little spot that could be the next wave of Italian in the Twin Cities. Hello fried pizzas, toothy pastas, and hearty meatballs!
Heirloom in St. Paul treats local seasonal fare as a foregone conclusion.
The James Beard nominated chef is taking on a few more kitchens.
Big news, your favorite fried chicken just crossed the road.
Since the turkey is both mascot and meal for Thanksgiving, why don't we eat more rabbit on Easter?
Local Redhead Creamery is worth one in the hand and one in the fridge.
The Herbivorous Butcher takes a giant leap for vegan meats.
The seasonals are popping open and there are tiki drinks on the calendar. Plus, all that time spent perfecting your grilled cheese this winter could finally pay off, in cash.
As Scena Tavern settles into Uptown, what path will it choose?
This coming week has no less than three festive holidays for you to celebrate.
Blue Plate's Italian restaurant goes dark on Saturday, but not for long.
Domo Gastro is a new spot hoping to feed the need for more ramen and creative Asian cooking that breaks through the clutter.
Dunn Bros. is serving up citrus kombucha cold press drinks—for a limited time.
We're heading into prime time, babies.
Hunker down in a corner booth with cacciatora roast chicken, or cozy up at the bar with a glass of Nebbiolo at this new neighborhood joint.
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