Le Cordon Bleu is set to close its 16 culinary campuses across the country, including its Twin Cities location in Mendota Heights, in 2017.
At Scena, the two-story bar and balcony dining room space is kind of a flip-flop of the restaurant on the opposite corner, Coup d’état.
Vincent Francoual, the chef/owner of fine dining restaurant Vincent in downtown Minneapolis, will join Cara Irish Pubs as culinary director, a role that will take him inside the kitchens at Twin Cites spots such as The Local, Kieran’s, The Liffey and Cooper.
We’re only months—OK, a few years at most—away from drone delivery of everything from toilet paper to cheeseburgers, but many franchise brands are seemingly missing out on the wave of restaurant delivery companies like BiteSquad, DoorDash, GrubHub and Seamless.
During the four-course dinner Michael Solomonov explained zahav means “gold” in Hebrew—and you’ll find the recipes inside the cookbook are golden treasures as well.
It was almost like speed dating, as nine experts at the Restaurant Finance & Development Conference provided quick market snapshots and nuggets of information from their unique corner of the restaurant industry.
During the Restaurant Finance & Development Conference, Eric Ripert, chef and co-owner of Le Bernardin, considered one of the best restaurants in the world, had a different take on the hot issue of eliminating tipping.
The fifth annual Charlie Awards honored the best in the Twin Cities food and drink scene.
October was brimming with great food events, but the chance to meet and hear—and even get a hug—from internationally renowned Chef Ferran Adrià was over the top.
Brent Frederick and Jacob Toledo are among the 2015 honorees who will be recognized by the Minnesota Restaurant Association during its annual awards gala Monday, November 23.
Earlier this week, we brought you the story about “Famous Dave” Anderson rejoining his namesake company, Famous Dave’s. Now we’ve got Anderson’s thoughts on choosing to return to the brand he founded in 1994 and left in 2014, as well as his plans for the fast-casual Jimmie’s Old Southern BBQ Smokehouse he founded last spring.
Following vocal opposition from the restaurant industry and others in the business community, Minneapolis is pulling its fair scheduling proposal off the table.