The 9th annual Charlie Awards took the stage last Sunday at the Pantages Theater. Here's a list of the winners. For the full coverage including photos and commentary, stay tuned for the March issue.
For the first time in its history, Hospitality Minnesota’s three branches—the Minnesota Restaurant Association, Minnesota Lodging Association and Minnesota Resort & Campground Association—celebrated as one.
Foodservice News is happy to welcome back Jason DeRusha as host for the 2020 Charlie Awards, along with his WCCO morning co-anchor Kim Johnson. This is DeRusha’s third time giving his take on the foodservice community from the Pantages’ pulpit.
This year’s Charlies will be even more entertaining than in years past, and it's just over two weeks away. Don't you think it's time you bought your ticket to the foodservice industry's Academy Awards February 9?
Starbucks, never one to sit back on its high-number-of stores laurels, is opening mega-stores called the Starbucks Reserve Roastery.
It’s been a long time coming—at least if you’re the one counting the three rounds of voting—but we now have the completed list of finalists for the 2020 Charlie Awards. And we think you'll agree that in a community with an abundance of outstanding restaurants, breweries, catering companies, we've curated a culinary treasure trove.
Before Waitr acquired it, Bite Squad was a Minnesota-based delivery service putting up huge numbers in its home turf, especially Minneapolis. Less than a year after finalizing the acquisition by Louisiana-based Waitr, Bite Squad has discontinued service in the cities of St. Cloud, Rochester and Duluth—Minnesota’s largest cities outside of the Twin Cities metro area.
When does a doughnut—a mainstay for after-church socializing and office break room fodder, not to mention kids—become X-rated? As soon as you cross state lines into a locale where recreational marijuana is legal.
If you thought Thanksgiving was the big food holiday in November, you've probably forgotten about “Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day” on November 15. What? You haven’t heard of it? The idea is to clear out and freshen up the fridge in advance of the food-heavy holiday season that tends to overload this overworked and under-appreciated appliance.
Hospitality MN’s Conference and Expo took over St. Paul’s RiverCentre in late September for a day of high-power keynote speeches, informative panel discussions on trending topics and a chance to meet with vendors and try new product combinations.
Sysco’s fall show at the RiverCentre in St. Paul was the first time the broadline distributor has combined the sales teams and customers of both Sysco Western, based in St. Cloud, and Sysco Minnesota, based in Mounds View.
There was a cornucopia of noteworthy things to see and hear at Reinhart’s Fall Concept Show at Canterbury Park Expo Center, but one that resonated with attendees was motivational speaker, Tim Kirkland’s contention that he was there to help “people make more money.”