Since opening his first Minneapolis restaurant, Stewart Woodman has been served his share of challenges, only to rise from the (sometimes literal) ashes. Five, his 2005 restaurant, was hotly anticipated, but short-lived, and their next venture, the first incarnation of Heidi's, was destroyed i ... More >>
We're used to eating local, but what about watching local? This weekend Amy Thielen, a Minnesota-grown chef with a New York pedigree will premiere her new show, Heartland Table, on the Food Network.See Also:Andrew Zimmern Chef Chat: part 1, 2
The Goldilocks restaurant space at the base of Le Meridian hotel has had a bit of difficulty finding the perfect fit. First, nationally known chef Jean Georges Vongerichten came and went, then the D'Amicos tried their hand. Now we know the third restaurant that will move into the downtown Minneapoli ... More >>
Featured local chefs rotate through the kitchen
D'Amico ousts Wolfgang Puck from the Walker. "It's true," says Richard D'Amico, when asked about Heavy Table's anonymous report that his restaurant group would be ousting 20.21 from its prime digs at the Walker Art Center. D'Amico says he was recently approached by a Walker consultant, alon ... More >>
Zagat's declares them manly and tasty.Manny's Steakhouse, housed in the W Minneapolis Hotel, proves that hotel fare in the Twin Cities need not be boring or bland. Zagat listed the Best Hotel Restaurants in 25 Big Cites (in the U.S.) and Manny's came out on top in Minneapolis. USA Today picked up ... More >>
St. Paul's most lauded restaurant thinks big
The Chambers Hotel, where D'Amico Kitchen is run by chef Justin Frederick.Justin Frederick, who took over D'Amico Kitchen at Chambers Hotel this summer, became a chef in a simpler, or at least cheaper, time. Comparing himself to recent culinary school graduates who emerge with tens of thousan ... More >>
City Pages' former critic pens new book, Drink This: Wine Made Simple
Famed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten is replaced at the Chambers—now what?
Auriga has closed—and so have Five and Levain. Is Minneapolis over?
2006 was a tasty, tasty year. Dara goes through her memory book and anoints the stars.
The brand new Chambers Kitchen headed by Jean-Georges Vongerichten is good—but is it good enough?
Jean Georges sets up shop across from Solera while Soho hipsters attempt recapture of Loring Park
Minneapolis's restaurant scene is reborn—again!—This time with big money and farm-positive ideals.
Stewart Woodman's long-awaited solo venture is stylish, costly, and absolutely unique
Sweet compliments all around, except for one big spoonful of medicine to make the sugar go down
Tasting menus near and far, or what I did on my Winter vacation