All posts tagged "Minneapolis"

  • Minneapolis Chefs Pushing Past Scandinavian Stereotypes (The Feed Podcast)

    Growing up in the Upper Midwest, you get used to cold weather dishes – lots of casseroles and pot roasts and hot dish. The Twin...

  • Gavin Kaysen on Bocuse d’Or, Boulud & the Twin Cities

    After spending eight years working for Daniel Boulud, running not only Cafe Boulud, but much of that division of the company, Gavin Kaysen took on...

  • Marvel Bar

    One of the Twin Cities’ first true mixology-meets-speakeasy bars, it’s located directly below The Bachelor Farmer (how convenient) in the North Loop section of downtown,...

  • The Bachelor Farmer

    Brunch! Come for brunch, without question, but there’s no shame in coming for dinner either. The menu tends to lean toward the owners’ Nordic roots...

  • 112 Eatery

    One of my favorite places in Minneapolis, I’ve sent dozens of people here and never heard a complaint. It’s a little rustic, a little modern,...

  • Hell’s Kitchen

    They call themselves the “New American Breakfast” and I say go, especially if you’re staying downtown. There’s usually live music during weekend brunch in the...

  • Spoon and Stable

    New York City’s loss is the Twin Cities’ gain. Bloomington native Gavin Kaysen moved back home in 2014, after spending eight years working for Daniel...

  • Wise Acre Eatery

    How committed is Wise Acre to its produce? They actually farm themselves, so “farm-fresh” isn’t just a marketing term. I’ve been for both dinner and...

  • Tilia

    Tilia is the kind of restaurant you want to eat in as much as possible, because so much of the menu sounds delicious, and there’s...

  • Midtown Global Market

    There is some fine noshing to be done here, including Salty Tart (see separate listing on my City Guides) and one of my favorites, The...

  • Haute Dish

    Imagine a great neighborhood bar. Then imagine that bar with a real chef in back, working with the best purveyors he can find, cranking out...