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Serving up fast-casual dining with an extra bit of goodness.
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Jason DeRusha picks his favorite picnic food purveyors for a blanket feast at Gold Medal Park.
Wine & Spirits
Bill Coy convinces us that foreign sounding wines shouldn't be strangers.
by Bill Coy
First Looks
Summertime and the living is easy, especially at Como Dockside.
Restaurant Reviews
The modern dinner party comes to life at 320 Northeast.
Restaurant Reviews
Can one of Minneapolis’s most cerebral chefs pull off an old-fashioned scratch diner? Nighthawks answers.
Features
An ode to living on the edge (of civilization).
Where and What to Eat
Love salted caramel treats? Salt your ice cream.
Features
Growing up, my favorite times with my dad were super laid-back, so, come June 21, here's my ideal path around town with my sons.
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New fried chicken spot Revival is all that and a bag of just-fried pork rinds—but there’s more to this little gem than meets the tongue.
Features
Head west to Lake Waconia where the fun flows.
First Looks
When a chef turns his attention to diner food, the results are heavenly.
Wine & Spirits
An intro to the chablis and vouvray you've been pining for.
by Bill Coy
Video
Urban Bean Coffee's Greg Martin and Amy Johnson help you make sense of the ever-evolving coffee lexicon.
Greg Martin of Urban Bean Coffee in Minneapolis
Wine & Spirits
It's not just pinot grigio out there. Try some new whites this summer.
by Bill Coy
Features
You may not be able to drink all of the beer, but that doesn't mean you can't try.
by Brady Knutson
Where and What to Eat
Cinco de Mayo calls for us to investigate the taco invasion in Uptown.
First Looks
St. Paul's new sweet spot.
Where and What to Eat
May is National Burger Month—time to explore what’s new beyond our standby favorites.
Features
It’s road-trip season, and the east metro towns of Stillwater, Hudson, Bayport, and Somerset have bloomed over the winter with several new drive-worthy destinations.
Oliphant Brewing’s
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What does it actually look like for a restaurant to bring fresh food to diners' plates?
Features
We braved the stadium's annual food preview [again] in the name of telling you what's what.
Where and What to Eat
Open bag. Pour beer. Get bread.
Features
Stephanie March is chomping at the bit for markets, backyard gardens, and even more pizza farms.
First Looks
If this is the year that fat is back, Sassy Spoon is the place for those wishing to celebrate judiciously.
Sassy Spoon