For its 25th annual golf classic, Hospitality Minnesota hit the links at Midland Hills Country Club in Roseville, bringing together restaurant and hotel owners, foodservice suppliers and other industry pros June 15.
Bottleneck Management announced plans for a spring 2016 opening for the fourth location of its craft beer-focused restaurant. Old Town Pour House will occupy the corner near Hennepin Avenue and 7th Street, where Gameworks last operated.
Last month, a Federal judge put the nail in the coffin of the Sysco-US Foods merger when he issued a preliminary injunction blocking the merger. Last week, Sysco finally announced it would abandon plans to acquire its long-time rival. We asked Bob Sala, founder and former president of DMA, a privately held corporation whose owners are several regional distributors, what he thought of the Sysco announcement.
Some journalists call out trends far too prematurely, but two recent interviews have me wondering if non-traditional restaurant locations (stadiums, airports, universities, etc.) are a new trend heating up the industry.
The new Sameh Wadi cookbook was presented in a masterful way at Saffron Restaurant last month when chef/owner and now cookbook author Wadi prepared a 10-dish meal fit for a king with recipes from “The New Mediterranean Table."
There was more curiosity in the parking lot of Sociable Cider Werks than just The Curious Goat food truck when the local chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier toured the taproom and brewery on Fillmore Street in Northeast Minneapolis Thursday, June 4.
As part of a final push to get the tipped employee tier to the minimum wage included in the omnibus jobs and energy bill, restaurant operators and the Minnesota Restaurant Association appealed to legislators June 3, citing potential harm to their businesses if the hourly wage goes up without recognizing tips.
Lucas Almendinger will join the Seward Co-op team June 1 as executive chef of the Co-op Creamery café, leaving Kim Bartmann’s Third Bird restaurant, which he helped open last August in the Loring Park neighborhood of Minneapolis.
Twin Cities-based food networking group Women Who Really Cook hosted its annual scholarship gala May 18, awarding funds to a selected few college students pursuing careers in the culinary and hospitality industry.
Flavor, presented by the Minnesota Restaurant Association, will return to the Muse Event Center (107 3rd Ave. No., Minneapolis) Thursday, May 14 from 5:30-8 p.m. The event will offer menu tastings from some of Minnesota’s favorite restaurants.
Legacy Concepts answered Dunkin’ Donuts call to re-introduce the coffee-and-donuts brand to the Twin Cities in Minnesota, a state it abandoned when it closed its last store in 2005.
The owner of Barrio, Bar La Grassa and Burch Steak and Pizza is adding another Minneapolis restaurant to his resume.