Ah food, glorious food. No, not a flashback to the musical “Oliver," but the best way to wind down the year as I look forward to a new one. Of course I mean toasting New Year's Eve.
Many a good idea for a restaurant, craft brewery or other foodservice-related business has languished because of lack of funding. Kickstarter and other donations-based campaigns are used with mixed results.
Though Brut won't open until sometime in the fall of 2015, chefs Jamie Malone and Erik Anderson are taking the pop-up dinner approach to keep guests connected to their restaurant concept—and they're having fun doing it.
Cochon 555 is bringing its prestigious and pork-centric culinary competition to Minneapolis for the first time and local chefs are getting involved.
That’s because on Tuesday, December 16, all Chipotle restaurants in Minnesota (and select Wisconsin locations) will donate 50 percent of the day’s proceeds to the local program, which distributes toys to children whose parents can’t afford to buy them gifts for the holidays.