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.
Upstairs the 3- and 4-year olds play happily and noisily, with no clue of what is waiting for them downstairs in just a few hours. Grown-up food!
How do we get from no nominations to a stage packed with Charlie Awards winners? Giant steps, people, giant steps.
Winner of the Country Chef Challenge to claim the title of Master of the Market at the Minnesota Farmers Market in early August was Andy Vyskocil of La Voya Brassserie in the InterContinental Minneapolis.
If you didn’t win any of the plethora of prizes at this year’s Toby Tournament at Minnesota Valley Country Club in Bloomington, don’t blame your golf skills.
On Sunday afternoon, not long after my workday was complete, I made my way to Tavern on Grand to decompress with a plate of walleye tacos.
Howard McIntosh, spends his summers at Madden’s on Gull Lake, winters at a country club in Florida and then “sits out” the necessary amount of time back in his homeland of Jamaica.
Short or Tall makes perfect sense once you see the logo: a fork inside a wine glass inside a beer glass—a sort of turducken for drinkers.
Rancher’s Legacy’s Jeremy Turnquist wasn’t at Basketball in the Park to show off his skills in the slam dunk contest. When it comes to hoops, he said, “I think we’re better at dunking burgers into ketchup.”