If you’ve never been to Hopkins, you might be pleasantly surprised to find an abundance of locally owned restaurants and shops where you could have a day of fun. Food and Dining Editor for Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine, Stephanie March, has her picks for where to grab a bite to eat.
Making your own seafood at home is next to impossible – right? Well not so fast says Corporate Executive Chef from Grand Casino Mille Lacs
, Scott Nielson! While it may be intimidating he says it’s really pretty easy. He’s here to show us how it’s done!
Stepping into Lindey’s Prime Steak House in Arden Hills is like stepping back in time. In 1958, Lewis Walter Lindemer, known as “Lindey” served his first steak in the basement of the Coronado Café on the corner of University and Snelling in St. Paul.
If you are looking for a great place to have brunch with some music to enjoy, Stephanie March, Food Editor with Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine, has her picks!
Emily is live at Dickey’s Barbeque Pit
in Eden Prairie where she’s showing us all why they are named the “Fastest Growing Fast Casual Restaurant Chain” in the country. Emily is there with Bill Heimberger who is telling us how Dickey’s can help you cater your next event.
Once you find Dinkytown’t newest food spot, you might feel like you’ve stumbled upon a hidden gem. Potter’s Pasties
and Pies is the place to go for authentically English pasties.
Cookbook author, Mary Jane Miller, brought Ellen McNamara back home to her southern roots with her down home cooking. And just in case it isn’t obvious, you really need to have mashed potatoes of some sort to go with this homey supper dish!
City Pages puts out their “Best Of” issue each year and with over 800 restaurants in the Twin Cities alone this can be helpful in choosing which one to go to. Joy Summers, City Pages
Food Columnist is here with some of the winning foodie choices.
For twenty seven years, Minnesota based Davanni’s
has been hoding their own Olympics, the Pizzalympics. Davanni’s employees compete in individual and team events to see who can make the fastest and best pizzas to see who will win the coveted Golden Pizza Cutter!
Traveling through airports isn’t always the most fun, but Minneapolis St. Paul Airport is anything but boring. In fact, it might even be worth getting there early to enjoy it. According to Fox Business.com it’s one of the seven best cities for having a layover and Emily shows us why.
When we got word that a guy up in Elk River was making pizza that rivals that of an authentic Italian pizzeria, we sent our two photographers, Seth and Kerry to check out Pompeii Pizza
When you step inside Glam Doll Donuts
, you might feel like you’ve stepped back in time to the 1950’s. But you won’t find any burgers or malts in this diner. Just a whole lot of retro-inspired donuts served up by some pretty glammed up employees.
People ask Emily all the time where she likes to go to hang out or for a good meal. She takes us to one of her favorite neighborhood spots. It’s called Cravings
in Woodbury and it’s a great place for a glass of wine or a really good meal.
If you would rather spend your time socializing with your guests this Easter than washing the dishes, then you are in luck. There are still some great spots in the town that are taking reservations for brunch on Easter Sunday.
A good neighborhood bar and grill is the place to go for a great dinner and it’s no different for breakfast – especially when it comes to the
Emily is continuing her St. Patty’s day celebrations….at Acapulco Mexican Restaurant
! You may not associate Mexican food with St. Patricks Day but they are infusing the celebration with a little bit of the Irish!
Emily may be early for St. Patrick’s Day, but you would never know it by checking out Bennett’s Rail and Chophouse
in St. Paul. Emily’s live there this afternoon.
It’s not a unique problem – it’s something that most people deal with…where to go to keep the kids entertained. We’ve asked some of our previous guests on our show who are mom’s themselves where they go when they are looking for that spot to entertain the kids.
With Easter less than a month away, it's the time of the year for a good old-fashioned fish fry. Stephanie March, Food Editor for Mpls St. Paul Magazine, joined us with her picks, including one that might surprise you.
Elizabeth checked out Tea House right down the week from the station to see what they're cooking up for Chinese New Year!
We have a very creative and talented crew behind the scenes at Twin Cities Live. Our two photographers, Seth and Kerry are not only hard working but are usually hungry.
It’s easy to come up with ideas to spend a day out on Grand Avenue, for example. But there are places in a lot of neighborhoods that are great places to go. Food Editor of Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine, Stephanie March, has her favorite places for refreshments and Allison Kaplan the Style Editor for Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine, gives us her picks for some of her favorite boutiques to check out in Eden Prairie.
Joe Schmit is the new face of Davanni’s Pizza
and he truly loves their pepperoni! This Sunday, Joe will be ordering his pizza for the big game but we want to help you with your ordering strategy. When should you get that order in and exactly how much should you order? Beth Nelson from Davanni’s is here with your strategy plans.
More chicken wings will be eaten during the big game than any other day of the year. Not all wings are created equal though. City Pages Food Blogger, Joy Summers has her top ten picks in the metro for wings.
It’s definitely been cold out in the Twin Cities. Whether you’re enjoying the outdoors or not, we’re going to warm you up! Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine’s Food Editor, Stephanie March, has her top picks for a great place to pick up a cup of soup.
co-founder, Darcy Olson, shows us how easy it is to get dinner on the table quick and keep it healthy. She puts together a “Stir Fry Bar” that your family will love.
When they aren’t cooking in their own kitchens, we wondered where the chef’s go out to eat. Three of our favorite chef’s on Twin Cities Live shares their favorite places to go for a meal out.
Bubble tea just one of the many drinks that can be found at the Steepery Tea Bar
in Woodbury. Emily shows us why that's not the only type of tea that is attracting new customers.
For many, the holidays are the time of year to bring out the Lutefisk! The traditional dish of the Nordic countries is served at numerous lutefisk feeds around the Twin Cities during the holiday season. Elizabeth brought her dad, Tom, to Mount Olivet’s Lutefisk Dinner to check out the Scandinavian dish.
According to the Twin Cities Dining Guide, there are over 3800 restaurants in the Twin Cities area. All these choices can make it tough to pick the right restaurant to go to.