Since we are going to have sushi in Lowertown, why can't we also have sushi in a tube? Guess what, you can have it all.
When you go out to eat, do you ever stare at the menu for minutes on end, waffling over what to order? Do you ever wonder if the restaurant's regulars know something you don't? Here's a handy guide to what customers order most at some of the Twin Cities' most popular eateries, plus recommenda ... More >>
If you can't make La Fiesta mas Caliente de Minnesota--Minnesota's spiciest celebration--this weekend in West St. Paul's District del Sol (Friday 4-9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m., includes a parade, low-rider car show, music, dancing, and more) you can celebrate Cinco de Mayo Fiesta with a Mexican m ... More >>
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Wanna score some corned beef and soda bread along with your Guinness and Jameson? Step right up.
What better way to preface a flavorful curry than with the mild, citrus-y tang of a bowl of tom yum.
"There is no more art in this than a lump of poop." Northeast Minneapolis: Save yourself from a $100,000 mistake.
All falafels are not created equal. See how two restaurants style up some fried legumes.
Our favorite thing to order at our favorite budget-friendly Japanese restaurant.
It's part good news, part bad...
Many regard Pizza Nea as one of the best pizza joints in town, but can Nea apply its pizza skills to create killer sandwich?
Sea Change, Anchor Fish & Chips among favorite new spots
Vik Uppal has a new spot in the nightclub district
The Modern Cafe in NE Minneapolis seemed like the perfect lunch spot on a cold day, but I made an unfortunate sandwich selection.
Famed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten is replaced at the Chambers—now what?
The chef's favorite dishes, such as the chicken shawarma, come straight from his childhood in Palestine.
See who comes out tops in a showdown between a reliable gelato and a new kid on the block.
Jackson's Coffee and Gelato brings some competition to the Twin Cities gelato market.
Slovenia, with its Italian and Austrian influences and fresh ingredients, makes a kickass foodie tourist destination.
Restaurant does the fussy Italian dish right—but not at lunch
The hot Minnesota sun had me craving something bold, flavorful and refreshing to beat the early summer heat - a perfect excuse to grab a traditional Greek sandwich slathered in cooling tzatziki at the Gardens of Salonica.
Garlic scapes a suitable, more colorful substitute for garlic. Just remember mouthwash.
Sushi competes with burgers for claim to most popular new restaurant theme in the TC.
Local French cafes will make you say, "Ooh la la!"
Lyndale and Hennepin are peppered with a plethora of Asian fusion options
Traditionally, sushi is made with local, seasonal ingredients reports the Atlantic.
A classic culinary case of East meets West
Minnesota cited as a bellwether of an expanding food trend of Korean-inspired dishes.
The new Saigon is bigger, but the jury's out on whether or not it's better.
Eat Street's India House opens a new Grand Avenue location.
No sign of a recession at popular Greek restaurant
Country's unique flavors offered in inexpensive, generous portions
Name translates to "food for a king"—so is it?
Chef would do right by Bruce Lee with his Flying Tiger Kick Roll
Soups are the next best thing to a crackling fire
Headlining are Korean, Nepalese and Thai.
Finally, a great option on Hennepin that's open late
Amy's Classic Confections brightens up skyway with gelato and other treats.
Get more bang for your buck at some of the city's best happy hours
Thai restaurant intersects authentic and accessible
A new Indian eatery in Maple Grove aims to please with attentive service and a great buffet
Eat Street's new Hoàng Thiên Ý Deli is homey and exotic all at once
The spot aims to take Indian food upscale, but communication gaps can detract from the tasty cuisine