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Where to Celebrate Along the Minneapolis Pride Parade Route

Grab a table with your crew at these stops along the way to Loring Park. The 2017 Ashley Rukes Minneapolis Pride parade takes to Hennepin Avenue on Sunday June 25.to The route, that ends in Loring Park has a whole slew of restaurant and bar stops to be made along these way. Show More Summary

5 New Dishes That Go Way Too Far at the State Fair

The dishes we’re probably not going to eat first. This morning the Minnesota State Fair released the list of the 31 new dishes added to the fair roster of outrageous, deep fried, stick impaled food offerings. Every year in addition to...Show More Summary

Inside St. Paul’s New Gray Duck Tavern

The name is pure Minnesota, but the menu is anything but. There’s a new St. Paul lunch, happy hour and dinner restaurant open right now. Gray Duck Tavern debuted this weekend as the latest restaurant from the Madison Group at 345 Wabasha Street North. Show More Summary

Where to Eat Pizza on the Farm

Beautiful countryside, freshest of ingredients and a roaring fire. It's impossible to get closer to the source of your food than eating it directly on the farm. Pair that gorgeous produce with cheese and put it on a toasty bit of crust and that is a recipe for a heavenly summer night. Show More Summary

Restaurant nineTwentyfive Opens in Wayzata Tomorrow Morning

Chef Ryan Lund, long of Lucia’s is running this new hotel restaurant. Tomorrow marks the first official day of business for the new Restaurant nineTwentyfive inside the recently built Hotel Landing at the end of the main drag of Lake Street in Wayzata. Show More Summary

Cafe Maude, Bastion of Cocktails and Fancy Mac and Cheese, Will Close July 31

Kim Bartmann and chef Asher Miller are taking over the space. Cafe Maude on Penn Avenue South just off 54th Street in the Armatage neighborhood will shutter on July 31. For 10 years it was the neighborhood cafe with the full liquor license...Show More Summary

Where to Eat and Drink in Stillwater

As the birthplace of Minnesota, Stillwater isn’t short on history, charm, antiques and fantastic food and drinks. Whether sipping cocktails at LoLo, burning your lips off with fiery Caribbean food at Smalley's or parking the bike for...Show More Summary

Road Trip Week

Get out of town. From the North Shore to the rolling hills and bluffs of Southern Minnesota and all the gorgeous landscapes in between, there are a million great bites of food spread all over the state. Welcome to Road Trip Week.

Which Summer Food Events Are Worth Your Time?

Get the very best out of your summer eating fun. From pop-ups to collaborations to all-out bashes, summer in the Twin Cities is bursting with one-off food events, sure to keep both your social calendar and belly full. —by Molly Each Izzy's People's Choice Awards When: Sunday, June 18, 1 p.m. Show More Summary

A Cafe with a Television Studio Opens in Minneapolis Tomorrow

The Lynhall serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and a spotlight. Beginning at 6:30 a.m. on June 14 The Lynhall will open at 2640 Lyndale Ave South in Minneapolis. It’s an ambitious community culinary project masquerading as a humble neighborhood cafe set with lengths of farmhouse style communal tables. Show More Summary

Rise Bagel Company Unleashes the Everything in North Loop

Plus Red Wagon Pizza takes up residence in a brewery and all the food news you need to know this week. Jen and Kate Lloyd have taken their bagels from farmers market to beloved pop up to real live shop as of this weekend. The sisters opened Rise Bagels this weekend at 530 North 3rd Street inside Minneapolis’ North Loop neighborhood. Show More Summary

An Expert Guide to Road Tripping Up the North Shore

From Hinkley to Grand Marais there are so many tasty bites along the way. Welcome to Eater’s Road Trip Week! Starting right now until Friday we will be celebrating all the delicious reasons to hit the open road. From the sloping mountains...Show More Summary

St. Paul Restaurateur Eyes Minneapolis Location

Tim Niver plans to open a deli in 2017. Tim Niver might just be about to lock down his next restaurant location according some recent posts on Twitter. The front-of-house maestro and co-owner of The Strip Club Meat & Fish, Saint Dinette and Mucci’s Italian has been shopping addresses for his next restaurant idea, a deli. Show More Summary

Where to Eat, Drink and Hangout in Minneapolis

Have friends coming in from out of town for the summer? Summer is the best time to visit Minneapolis. Everyone is outside, soaking up every moment of sun we’re affording. It’s an ideal time to take in all the lakes, grab a bite with friends, or sip cocktail on a patio late into the evening.

Don't Forget to Tip Your Eater

Send us all your intel. Just as the temperatures are rising, the restaurant scene in the Twin Cities is heating up. As we are looking forward, this seemed the perfect time to thank our tipsters. You are our lifeblood. You keep us ahead of the curve with intel, rumromongering, rants, pictures and gossip connections. Show More Summary

The Essential Ice Cream Shops of the Twin Cities

Cool treats for hot days. If you want to spot the Minnesotan, look for the one eating ice cream in a January snow storm. Finally, our love of sugar and cream is seasonally appropriate. As the temperatures soar, these are the best places to get a double scoop. Show More Summary

Bardo Will Open in Old Rachel’s Location This Summer

The patio will return before the leaves start to fall in 2017. Chef Remy Pettus, who helped open Eastside, is opening his own restaurant on Hennepin Avenue in Northeast this summer. The location is the old Bobino’s/Rachel’s location with the sunny side patio. Show More Summary

The Twin Cities Most Exciting Food Trucks, Class of 2017

Mobile food vendors to chase down this summer. Tis the season. Time to play “track the truck.” Whether it’s chasing down some tacos on downtown streets, or ducking out of the brewery for a bite in the parking lot, the Twin Cities food truck scene is hopping. Show More Summary

13 Twin Cities Restaurants For Your Wedding Day

Wedding season is upon us and there are plenty of places around town for fantastic eats, gorgeous spaces, and prime locations all on one of the biggest day of a couple's life. Whether stellar views are key, James Beard Award recognized chefs are preparing food, or a combination of the two are desired, this list has got you covered. Show More Summary

Texas-Style Barbecue Is Now Open on Eat Street

Plus more food news for the week. The man behind the coal-fire fueled Black Sheep Pizza opened StormKing Barbecue at 16 1/2 West 26th Street in Minneapolis. Having some experience with the power of fire, Jordan Smith adds the Texas-style to the former Caterpillar Lounge location, adjacent to his third pizza restaurant location. Show More Summary

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