For years, Forepaugh's restaurant, located in a Victorian mansion near downtown St. Paul, felt like an elegant shut-in who was quite a gal in bygone days. Her couture was frilly wallpaper and molded ceilings. Her fare was classic French. In her heyday, Forepaugh's possessed all the social indicators of good taste and class: opulent decor, Continental fare, and expensive checks. But in recent years the restaurant's traditionalism and formality started to seem as antiquated as... More >>>