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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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One of the godfathers of the Twin Cities' drink scene is opening a bar in White Bear Lake. The cocktails make the roadtrip well worth it.
There's a much tastier way to celebrate Halloween other than stuffing your face with candy corn. Here's how.
We have a RECORD number of eateries participating in Restaurant Week right now, so what should you eat?
Raise a glass and toast to year-round rooftops, Pearson's bulk candy sale, the triumphant defeat of some bad laws, and a bittersweet farewell to another old friend.
Consider a bonfire at a local winery/brewery, check out a couple of grocers doing good, and take a tour of Spain one sip at a time.
The Minneapolis City Council's proposed Working Families Agenda is a bit short sighted.
It's ok to love pumpkin, even while hating on pumpkin spice thingies. As long as you stuff it with cheese.
Three ways to bring Indeed's Yamma Jamma into your kitchen to spice things up this fall.
October is the best month of the year, don't try to deny it. Somms stomp grapes, beer goes with Halloween candy, and it's Cotillion time.
From Revival to Nighthawks to 4 Bells, a better battered bird is a worthy trend.
Where to eat, drink, and be merry (before noon) in the Twin Cities.
Our Land of Lakes will boast more than 100 craft breweries by the end of 2015. Here’s what else was brewing in the past year, plus what’s coming soon.
A cutting-edge hotel bar leaves the hotel and reinvents itself.
The struggle to staff local kitchens may have an impact on the way you tip.
Literally all the Oktoberfests and something really spicy that, like all the Oktoberfests, also involves copious beer.
Take a peek at the modern supper club and brew house opening on Long Lake next week.
Because it feels like beer season. And bread season. And ramen season.
If you eat your way through one Open Streets this year, let it be this one.
Take a look at some of the dishes from Ryan Burnet's almost open Eastside.
'Tis the season for fresh hops and feasts.
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