Once again, it's time for the a change of the reigns at Gather. The Walker's D'Amico-owned restaurant features monthly tastings of their chef-in-residence's cuisine, and this September is no different. See also: The Lynn on Bryant blends elegance and coziness
We distill what local watering holes serve up the best Scotch, gin, tequila, vodka, and more
Get ready Minnesota because on May 19th, 2012, in the parking lot of their North East Minneapolis Restaurant, the folks at Anchor Fish & Chips are letting their business out on the open road. Of course by that I mean they'll be launching their own food truck. Fish & chips, meat pasties, and a variet ... More >>
The fantastic drinks trump the decent food
As the infamous Dad Boner of Twitter fame says, "we can't wait for the weekend, you guys."And this Saturday, of course, is St. Patrick's Day, the annual celebration of Ireland's patron saint drinking. Planning to tip a few back? Know that you can leave that troublesome car at home without having ... More >>
www.wikipedia.comBananas Foster, safely extinguished, from Brennan's in New Orleans. Four diners were burned, one of them severely, when a bananas Foster desert erupted in out-of-control flames at a Ozona Blue, a Palm Harbor, Florida restaurant. The dessert, bananas sauteed in butter and suga ... More >>
Image by fractured-fairytales The limerick is an ancient poetic tradition dating back to 18th-Century Ireland. Known for its humorous (and often naughty) nature and strict format, this unpretentious form of expression has enjoyed popularity all over the world, and is a surprisingly enduring fo ... More >>
(Photo by me)It's the fourth year in a row that the downtown Minneapolis Irish pub has poured the most Jameson Irish whiskey worldwide. This Thursday they will celebrate with inebriation.
Prince's financial woes seem to be building up.
Don't worry, folks. Your bacon is totally safe.
Summer Guide: Outdoors
Life at St. Paul's Cretin had its dark secrets
For the third year in a row Minnesotans have drunk themselves into the record books.
Rooting returns to the Metrodome
Their crime? Covering the story
Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics 1918-1955
En route to Toronto, the director of 'Pluto' stops in Minneapolis to talk about Ireland
The hair, the rage, the lust. The six-to-eight-week wait for shipping and handling.
The Liffey, new St. Paul sister to the Local, is old and older, in the best ways
Paul Collins's Banvard's Folly gives posthumous props to a dozen and one forgotten oddballs
From traditional reels to Celt rave-ups, local Irish music addresses the troubled times of its homeland
Is the Catholic Church engaging in its own kind of ethnic cleansing in Northeast Minneapolis?