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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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Uptown brings Southern comfort food to the mix.
The Feed: In which we learn of burger openings, German asparagus festivals, and pop-up picnic spectaculars.
The week saw the opening of Hot Indian, Tin Whiskers Brewing and Sober Fish. Where to hit first...
Eat Street Social shakes a fresh season in a glass.
This may be the most brilliant mashup of all time.
Rainbow up and leaves, Union Fish up and closes, and Corner Table, blessedly, opens.
Stephanie March likes what she tastes at the new Russell and Desta Klein project, Brasserie Zentral.
A passed down recipe for sweet tea-brined fried chicken at the new Southern spot in Uptown.
Jamie Malone takes to Esquire to discuss male and female chefs—and the teamwork that's overlooked in the discussion.
The world is blooming for the Corner Table gang.
Are we ready to drink beer on patios by now or WHAT.
A new generation of bread shops is making the Twin Cities America's best bakery town.
I superbly wish I could have received a KFC chicken corsage when I was a shiny girl in a shiny dress with shoes dyed to match. Alas.
Going for raw at a sustainable sushi joint, with some cheeky plates to boot.
Stephanie March shares her top 10 favorite food trucks in the Twin Cities for the 2014 season.
There's a new eatery coming to the former Biella space in Excelsior.
In which we celebrate competitive Eastering, Dari-ette pizza burgers, and a French wine dinner.
The former Serlin's Cafe on Payne Avenue has a new lease on life.
The Lexington has been bought by new owners, again. Welcome Josh Thoma, Kevin Fitzgerald, and Jack Riebel to the avenue.
Signs of spring: Sea Salt opens its doors for the season, kids deliver tacos by bike, and the mushroom hunt is on.
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