When Russell Klein laps the dining room of his iconic St. Paul French brasserie and oyster bar, Meritage, to check on his guests, it’s inevitable that someone will stop him to gush, “This is my favorite restaurant,” to which he often replies dryly, “Sometimes it’s mine, too.”
We were so enamored Artist Lisa Troutman's style that we asked her to draw her answers to a Q&A we usually receive written answers to.
Restaurants, and especially kitchens, have had the reputation of being sexist places, but that's changing.
A couple of years ago, the name Kim Ly Curry might not ring a dinner bell for many Twin Cities restaurateurs. But now the Instagram foodie sensation is a presence at every table in town.
It was indeed “a party with a purpose,” and the real reason why 20 restaurants and numerous beer and wine companies showed up at US Bank Stadium June 14 to feed the masses of Vikings fans was to “kick childhood hunger.”
The Seward Creamery Cafe was a restaurant designed by committee. So, what could possibly go wrong? Well, as it turned out, nothing that couldn’t be tweaked.
Betty Danger’s childhood humiliation on the golf course of a tony country club motivated her years later to open her own country club for the other 99 percent of us.
If you want to keep up with Sean Folstad, the founder of bicycle-delivery company Zen Delivery, don’t bother. The man is a biking machine with a pair of quads suitable for the Tour de France.
Business owners and groups including the North End Business Association oppose the loss of parking. The debate has roiled the District 6 Planning Council, a citizen engagement group.
While some may say Parasole is simply jumping on a barcade trend that’s brought the likes of Up-Down and Punch Bowl Social to the Twin Cities, Parasole doesn’t see this move as following a fad.
Workers are swarming the former Schmidt Brewery keg and case house, transforming the old structure into the aptly named Keg & Case Market.
The first time Enkhbileg “Billy” Tserenbat took his Bibuta food truck in search of sushi lovers, he found a prime spot to park, right in front of the busy downtown Minneapolis IDS Center.