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Travail Kitchen and Amusements is the best thing to happen to the northern suburbs in quite some time. Chefs James Winberg and Mike Brown, two... More »
The standard line on the Dakota is that it has the best food of any jazz club in the country. That's got to be true, but doesn't really cover... More »
Most of food-oriented Minneapolis was reeling when three of our biggest of our big-name restaurants closed, namely Auriga, Five, and Restaurant Levain. What to... More »
The pot roast at the Modern is the stuff of legend. The fries and breakfasts are tops, too. And the fact that you can get beer and wine? That's the sprinkles on... More »
D'Amico's Mexican restaurant Masa opened to the kind of reviews that kept using words like upscale and high design; words that made most people... More »
The budget-friendly kid sister to one of the most esteemed fine-dining restaurants in Minnesota, Lucia's Bakery and Take Home is just what it... More »
It looks as placid as a museum, but things go on behind the ceiling-height windows of Vincent that are terribly, terribly intriguing. Trout... More »
Fine dining is often attempted, but rarely done. Why? Few and far between are the chefs with the cooking skills to design an unforgettable menu, and fewer and... More »
Eat and drink enough at Alma and you'll earn a virtual master's degree in contemporary food and wine. Chef Alex Roberts, a veteran of such white-hot New York... More »
Barbette is an Uptown dining legend--the fries consistently win awards as the best in town, the wine list is shockingly affordable and well chosen, the food has... More »
There's something inherently mysterious about the Pines' dusky, timeless folk music—the way it sinks into the listener's bones like a deep winter chill, the way it only improves with time and age like a bottle of wine forgotten in the cellar for 50 years and then unearthed and uncorked. Even more mysterious is the process of watching the music emanate from the players' mouths and hands...
It might be said that the riskiest thing about the sleek jazz quartet Fourplay is the name. Sure, there's a nod-and-a wink aspect, but "fourplay" more accurately indicates the true, interactive nature of founders Bob James on keyboards, Harvey Mason on percussion, and bassist Nathan East. The relative newcomer is guitarist Chuck Loeb, who in 2010 replaced Larry Carlton, who had taken over for...
The Beautiful Dreamers trio is just one of the seemingly endless projects of prolific and innovative guitarist Bill Frisell. Joining him is Eyvind Kang on viola and drummer Rudy Royston, who both approach their instruments with the same virtuosic, wide-ranging versatility as Frisell and have collaborated with him in other contexts. As Beautiful Dreamers, the trio issued an eponymous 2010 album...
Have been multiple times to The Dakota, and have seen both national and local artists. Service is always excellent and the food top notch. This is one of the Twin Cities' pre-eminent venues. A night out here is always a special occasion for my wife and me.Read Full Review
Craft cocktails with the utmost care and some of the best food in town! I feel so lucky that this place is in my neighborhood. Things to try - Cocktails - Zeke's Wife, Red Hook, Black Bunny, Rye Old Fashioned (with a gorgeous hand sculpted ice ball) Food - Man...where to start... Hoison Spare Ribs, Duck Confit Salad, Great Burgers, Pan Roasted Monkfish, Ribeye......Read Full Review
This place makes me feel like dancin'! Ted Danson!Read Full Review
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