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Welcome to Sweets Week

A sugar celebration kicks off right now. Ladies and gentleman, Eater readers of all ages, now is the time to lose the dentist’s number, get your fingers sticky and join us all in sugary revelry as Eater kicks off Sweets Week. Stay tuned...Show More Summary

Mall of America Gets a Tim Hortons

Ready your doughnut compartment. The iconic Canadian brewer is bringing its coffee and donut empire to the Mall of America in November. Now lovers of this popular family-friendly chain don’t have to venture far from home for one of Tim...Show More Summary

17 Excellent Reasons to Get Out of Town This Weekend

Fall colors and brisk weather are in full form and now is the perfect time for a great Minnesota road trip. Twin Cities, we love you but distance makes the heart grow fonder and there’s drinking to be done. So whip together a fresh playlist on your streaming service and let’s roll. - by Jon S. Show More Summary

Brewer Who Helped Build the Surly Nation Steps Down

Todd Haug, head brewer at Surly has announced he’s leaving. If you felt that seismic shift ripple through the beer world this afternoon, it was the legion of Surly fans reacting in unison to the announcement that Todd Haug has resigned...Show More Summary

11 Kid-Friendly Restaurants in the Twin Cities

Where to enjoy great food with little ones. Even if you have taken the chosen road of having a wee one of your own, chances are there's a special kid in your life. Right now, parents are staring down the barrel of a long MEA weekend with children that need time to be occupied. Show More Summary

Fitzgerald’s, Piada, FIELD DAY and More on the Horizon

A bunch of restaurant doors are about to swing open. There are more and more reasons to venture out into the suburbs lately. FIELD DAY by Good Earth quietly opened at Minnetonka’s Ridgedale Center on October 12. The fast casual natural...Show More Summary

Where to Drink a Daiquiri in Minneapolis

Summer may be over but you certainly do not need to drink like it is. A favored cocktail by many and a syrup-soaked memory to many more the daiquiri has several identities. The classic daiquiri, notoriously enjoyed by the great Ernest...Show More Summary

A Revolutionary Brewery, Restaurant and Farm Needs Your Help

The farm restaurants love to source is going next level. If you’ve worked in, around, or with, any number of restaurants in the Twin Cities metro, you may already have heard of Chad Forsberg of Footjoy Farms. He’s a man who has spent...Show More Summary

Tullibee in Hewing Hotel Opening Mid-November

More Nordic food for the North Loop. The Hewing Hotel, an upscale boutique hotel from Aparium Hotel Group, will open its doors on November 17 in the North Loop neighborhood. The century-old Jackson Building has been transformed intoShow More Summary

Eater Minneapolis Cocktail Heatmap: Where to Drink Right Now

The hottest cocktails of the moment. 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. From the newest,Show More Summary

The Dumpling Revolution Is Upon Us

Dumpling announces opening in Longfellow. Perhaps never before have we been so ready to embrace a food trend. Better than cupcakes, poke, crudo and wackadoo doughnut flavors all rolled into one, we are getting some serious dumpling action here in the Twin Cities. Show More Summary

Rustica Expands and the Future of Brut in This Week’s Food News

All juicy tidbits happening around town. Twelve years after opening its doors in Minneapolis, Rustica Bakery launched its second location this week. The new spot, at the Historic Smith Douglas More house in Eden Prairie, will feature some favorites from the Minneapolis location, as well as new made-to-order and pre-made breakfast and lunch items. Show More Summary

Where to Go For Lunch in Downtown Minneapolis

Make the most of your midday break. All too often, midday meals are taken at the desk in front of a computer screen, rather than at a table with other humans. We're here to make a solid argument for actually stepping away from the desk and engaging in the world. Show More Summary

The Ultimate Pho Finds of the Twin Cities

Pho has been building into a full on national obsession, but we already know that some of the best brothy bowls are found right here in the Twin Cities. Because we're lucky enough to have so many people travel from all over the world and settle in our chilly corner of the world, we get to share a wealth of different versions of this dish. Show More Summary

New Restaurant for Summer Are Opening All Over the Twin Cities

All the food news you need to know today, Friday July 22. Good news for those heading back to school at the University of Minnesota (too soon?) Naf Naf Grill officially opens its 20th location today in Stadium Village at 856 Washington Southeast, Minneapolis. Show More Summary

Black Coffee & Waffle Bar Softly Opens St. Paul Location

There’s a new all day breakfast option in St. Paul. Waffle fans of Merriam Park are rejoicing at the quiet opening of Black Coffee & Waffle Bar at the corner of Marshall and Cretin Avenues - just over the Lake Street bridge from Minneapolis. Show More Summary

Notable Restaurateur Is Going Fast and Fresh in Wayzata

Ryan Burnet, another successful restaurant owner, is heading to the Western suburb. While the Western suburbs may be teeming with fancy pants dining choices, quick and accessible is much harder to come by. Ryan Burnet to the rescue.Show More Summary

Where to Eat at the 2016 Minneapolis Aquatennial's Mess Hall

Local drinks, food and pop-ups dominate the lineup. The 2016 Aquatennial, hailed as "The Best Days of Summer," kicks off today, and with it a plethora of opportunities to feast under the beating sun of July. There are plenty of new food...Show More Summary

Every Burger in the Twin Cities You Need to Know About

This is so much more than just meat and a bun. The hamburger might be named for a town in Germany, but it has become an iconic dish in the American landscape. From diners to fine dining ground beef served between two pieces of bread is a dish we love to obsess over. Show More Summary

Ichiban to Close After 36 Years in Downtown Minneapolis

This seminal Japanese restaurant will shutter at the end of this month. This morning the Star Tribune is reporting that Ichiban Japanese Sushi and Steakhouse will close its doors on July 30. Located at the edge of downtown Minneapolis,...Show More Summary

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