See also:Masu Sushi Mall of America has an opening dateBest Japanese Restaurant: Masu Sushi & RobataMasu Sushi & Robata goes the extra mile for happy hourTurn your head away from the steady stream of shoppers and it's not hard to imagine that the new Mall of America restaurant is the Nordeas ... More >>
Sharyn Morrow Having friends who are chefs means you have to sneak time to hang out with them during random days off, or before they go to work. On this particular day, we headed to Obento-ya for lunch with Chris Olson.
First things first: The Church of the Pancake was amazing. Put on by my creative and culinary-minded friends, it was a free breakfast of pancakes, jug bands, and pancake fiction, open to anyone who knew about it. Attendance was great, the pancakes fluffy, and the weather pristine. Chris ... More >>
I was in Anaheim for my day job this past weekend. Our first meal was definitely forgettable, but the next night totally made up for it. We hit up Azteca, an amazing Mexican restaurant that was, aside from the food, entirely devoted to Elvis Presley. They were well known for the ... More >>
House music. Remember it?
This week, Kate snacks chez Stewart Woodman and hits up Chris Olson's Evolution of Food dinner.
From Open Flames to Sous Vide: The History Of Cooking in Five Courses. Sign us up!
A ban on 18 shows has the city and its nightlife-savvy inhabitants in disagreement. Here are some quotes from our interviews.
This Thursday at the West Bank Social Center--reserve your spot, fast!
Tonight! Salon Saloon's Fancy Feast episode takes place at the Nomad.
Chefs partner with artists to create meals inspired by the artists' work
Jen Boyles on the local dance-music scene's continued woes Being an electronic-music lover in Minneapolis is a frustrating affair these days, and our weekend entertainment options are only getting slimmer. The drought became more pronounced this month when First Avenue--just five years ago a dance- ... More >>
In the 24 hours before First Avenue declared bankruptcy, employees were told to cash their checks, gather their things, and wait.
Congress thinks the RAVE Act is a natural high for the War on Drugs. But ravers aren't smiling.
One missing performer. Two angry promoters. One thousand irate fans.