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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

Get a First Taste of Hola Arepa's New Restaurant This Weekend

Plus, it's Grand Old Day and Open Streets Sunday. MinneMile Night Market Saturday June 3 Minnehaha Avenue in Longfellow is closing down for a wander along for a vintage and craft shopping bonanza from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. What was once a sleepy stretch of road has recently become home to a ton of curious little independent shops. Show More Summary

Kyatchi to Open Second Location in Lowertown

Sushi and hot dogs coming to the former Tanpopo spot later this summer. When news broke last month that long-time lower town noodle shop Tanpopo was closing its doors, St. Paul hearts weeped for the loss. But siblings Sarah and Sam Peterson,...Show More Summary

Despite High Praise, Surly Will Close Brewer’s Table

Chef Jorge Guzman will leave the mega brewery. Just last month chef Jorge Guzman of Surly Brewing was at the James Beard Awards as a nominee for Best Chef Midwest; now he finds himself in search of a new opportunity as Surly Brewing announces an August closure of the boundary-pushing Brewer’s Table, the fine dining restaurant he led. Show More Summary

Fleeting Barbecue Alights in Minneapolis for Summer

Pop ups to place on your upcoming schedule. Barbecue Takes the Spotlight in the Rookery It’s been nearly a year since we first year since we first heard the rumors of a possible Travail-run barbecue restaurant in Northeast and now we have further evidence that this might be the next move from the chef collective. Show More Summary

9 Spectacular Brunches in the Twin Cities

Waffles, bacon, Benedict and day drinks. Breakfast is for amateurs. We are talking brunch here people. Brunch, as in “take up a table until well past lunch time, chug a couple of mimosas before nursing a bloody and put away enough calories to get through next week if there is a sudden shortage of, you know, food” type of brunch. Show More Summary

Five Restaurants to Try This Weekend

Every Friday Eater will share their suggestions. As Friday approaches, our minds wander to the familiar quandary: Where should we eat this weekend? May we suggest five eateries perfectly suitable for this holiday weekend. The patiosShow More Summary

Eater Twin Cities Cocktail Heatmap: Where to Drink Right Now

The most coveted bar seats in town. Here in the Twin Cities there are plenty of great places to grab a drink, but where is best to imbibe right now? That answer can be found right here, inside the Cocktail Heatmap. These are the newest, hottest, best watering holes in town. New to the list this month are Bellecour, Bar Brigade and Baja Haus. Show More Summary

13 Essential Barbecue Restaurants in the Twin Cities

Get to know the best of our Minneapolis/St. Paul Barbecue. It's the passion of the smoke, the wisdom of the coals and a skilled hand with the sauce: these are the elusive elements that make the magic of great barbecue. The key is to know where to look. Show More Summary

Where to Eat Near the University of Minnesota Minneapolis Campus

In addition to being a beautiful, walkable campus, the University of Minnesota is surrounded by all kinds of places to grab a quick bite. Whether you are looking for interesting, new takes on Mexican street fare, authentic burn your mouth off Szechuan or the biggest brewery with the best food around, we've got you covered. Show More Summary

Taiwanese Hot Pot Chain Opens Near the U of M

Cook your own soup in Dinkytown. The San Jose based chain Tasty Pot, specializing in individual hot bubbling bowls with customizable soups, has opened its first Minneapolis location at 423 14th Avenue Southeast near the University of Minnesota campus. Show More Summary

Another Vegan Eatery Will Open Soon

Now with more dairy-free baked goods. There’s a vegan movement sweeping the Twin Cities now heralded by the arrival of vegan croissants at Eureka Compass Vegan Food opening soon in St. Paul. First, we had the nation’s first vegan butcher in Northeast, then the flood of excitement for a small restaurant in St. Show More Summary

Where to Eat and Drink During Art-A-Whirl 2017

The 22nd Annual Art-A-Whirl presented by NEMAA (Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association) begins tomorrow and there's so much to see and do and eat. The event itself is an open studio tour that invites guests to check out art, connect with artists but has also become a destination for eating, drinking, and checking out live music. Show More Summary

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