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Sparkling wines

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The Twin Cities first natural wine bar plans to open this October in Minneapolis. Read more

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Small and cheffy and full of fish. Read more

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Bit of a heartbreaker, this one. Read more

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The new Mucci's is clean. Read more

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Ginger molasses cookie from Rustica Bakery

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Mall coffee is about to get great. Read more

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There are plans afoot for more corn space at the Corn Roast. Read more

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Leigh Loftus

Let's welcome Burger Dive at Tony Jaros to the Nordeast. Read more

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Jared Brewington's Funky Grits will open in the Food Building this year. Read more

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They're here, kids! It's New State Fair Foods Day!! Read more

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Get a look inside the pub where a pastor and professor are pouring pints with a purpose. Read more

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All bootleg, all summer. Read more

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Linden Hills is getting cheezy. Read more

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The 47-year-old Asian grocery market has big expansion plans and a killer new breakfast pancake. Read more

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Suddenly, we have a new Steven Brown restaurant in downtown Mpls. Read more

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Justin Sutherland's 80's/90's redo of the Lowertown bar is flippin' cool. Read more

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The Galley food hall wants to give you a restaurant for (almost) free this summer. Read more

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Is St. Paul ready for a coffee shop, lunch spot, and finer dining resto with South Asian flavors? Read more

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The new Gavin Kaysen restaurant is not for everyone. Read more

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Copper Cow Kitchen & Bar in Glen Lake

Photos by Stephanie March

Some Eat Street pros are bringing donut burgers and sassy shakes to Minnetonka. Read more

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Doug Flicker

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Chef Doug Flicker returns to the kitchen where Auriga—the restaurant that electrified the local dining scene in the '90s—started for a two-month visit. Read more

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