Ferris Shiffer says he’s the personal chef to 750 people, 1,100 if you count their families and guests.
Nothing chef Shigueyuki Furukawa does is unintentional. The bowtie he wears has a purpose, as well as the music he listens to as he mindfully preps.
Every shift is like receiving a mystery basket. The evening’s menu is decided once the chef shows up at 3 p.m. and sees what’s in the cooler.
The crew at Northern Coffeeworks is young, idealistic and a bit quirky. They’re outdoor people with indoor jobs.
I was first introduced to the Galley Group’s concept in Cleveland, Ohio, so I had a bit of a déjà vu experience when I visited their newest food hall in Minneapolis’ North Loop.
Yildz Akgul’s Mapps Coffee was one of the first to buy into the vision of the Midtown Global Market back in 2006.
Northeast Minneapolis’ Erté no longer hosts the artist’s art deco prints. Instead, the newly painted walls are lined with modern paintings for sale by local artists.
The Lynhall’s first Sunday Sober Supper was a sellout. And because no one was tipsy, it wasn’t hard to twist your tongue around the concept of a non-alcoholic pairing.
There are nearly 2 million members of The American Legion and 12,000 posts throughout the U.S., which offer support services to veterans, as well as entertainment and a place to hang out with like-minded people.
In the last few years, the MSP airport has become a beacon for how an airport can showcase both the Twin Cities’ culture and its diversity—and even better, it’s restaurants.
Bread, a staple of the human diet, has fueled human progress, but also, sometimes, its decline.
It’s easy to buy into the concept of elevated food and cocktails when you’re sitting on Graze Provisions + Libation’s elevated millennial-magnet, second-story patio over looking downtown Minneapolis and a patch of green grass below.