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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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The cute local foods shop will open again for a one day sale, then shutter for good.
The ultimate decision this Sunday isn't about which team to support, it's about which salsa to use as the spackling in your snack stadium!
Linden Hills will be the lucky home of Rose Street Patisserie.
However you master winter, you deserve to revel in the carnival that we make of the toughest season of the year. You've earned your badge.
Think the speakeasy trend is played out? Enter Volstead's Emporium, open only when the red light shines.
Favorite hidden-gem menus, tables, bars, and Thai joints in libraries.
Slip into any of these cozy, under-the-radar spots for a great cocktail and make a toast to Valentine's Day.
While the East Coast braces for a winter wallop, we're just giddy about how balmy it's going to be when we hit 30 this weekend.
Restaurant Alma has started serving some sublime sips.
We walked through the coming Mucci's, but YOU can sneak eat the menu.
Get into a new North Loop breakfast spot or let your shoulder saints and demons do battle over the choice of a whole animal dinner or a vegan butcher shop.
If you've been waiting to dig into the whole crudo trend, here's an education that comes with gin.
2016 could be your year! But before you get Bieber-rich, take a chance on a new urban cidery or pop down to a new brewery with Indian cooking.
A buvette comes to South Minneapolis.
Frying things in duck fat used to feel like a dirty indulgence. But here’s a surprising fact: Duck fat, in moderation, is good for you.
A number of new eateries put a fresh spin on an age-old cuisine.
Ramen is not new, but it is happening.
Merry Happy December Whatever! This week it's an all NYE post with bashes and dinners geared toward the foodist. Let's ring it in, folks.
Lowertown’s new good old place.
Happy Star Wars Day! Feel free to wear your Jedi cloak to an ice bar opening and bring your lightsaber to a Mariachi Christmas bash.
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