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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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Food trucks go permanent, restaurant chefs go to food trucks, and plenty of good eats are on deck for the weekend.
This weekend's Ramen Fest is a don't-miss!
Show your local craft beer pride by sporting some seriously stylish beer swag.
Minnesota company Crooked Water launches its first spirit, Kings Point Bourbon.
Hello to Nicollet Diner, goodbye (again) to Figlio, and—it's beer at Ren Fest season!
Infused beers are all the rage, check out what Town Hall Brewery has on tap.
A new brewery for Nordeast, the new Le Town Talk, and Open Streets makes for a good excuse to eat your way along Nicollet.
Now here's a trend we can get behind: really, really good toast.
A new skyway spot promises fresh and local good eating.
The intricacies of restaurant management have been thrown in flux.
Stephanie March's new favorite peanut butter, because what is back-to-school season without a good PB&J?
Cast & Cru, Foreign Legion, and Hard Rock are open, while Bar Abilene passes on to the big chuck wagon in the sky.
A bit of urban splash on Wayzata Bay.
Introducing Tim McKee's new upscale Uptown chophouse for the selfie set.
The HauteDish chef is opening a new place in Kingfield. Here's the skinny.
We ate (almost) all of the new foods at the State Fair yesterday. You're welcome.
Modern and simple new plates bring back the game.
Changes are afoot at Sushi Fix, including expansion and a full sake bar.
How does one prepare for the coming Great Minnesota Get Together? Stretch and plan, plan and stretch.
Kicky spreads born of a local family recipe.
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