On this glorious morning, the eve of National Margarita Day, you might be asking yourself, "Can't I drink tequila, triple sec, and lime every day? Shouldn't I? Doesn't one?" The answer is yes, yes, and yes. But today, we take time to recognize the stars and standouts, the margaritas that don't just ... More >>
It's relatively rare -- maybe even a blue moon-level occasion -- for a chef, particularly one at a new restaurant, to be able to go out on the town and have someone else cook for them. So when local chefs do get a chance to get away from their own kitchens, where do they choose to eat? This Chef's D ... More >>
Few things in life are more disappointing than arriving to a bar just in time to get your drink order in for the end of happy hour. Who can leave work, park, and order all before 6:00? Here's a roundup of some of our city's happy hours that last into the wee hours, and a few that are never-ending.
After weeks of pushing back the official date, Eat Street Social, the sister establishment to the popular Northeast Social, announced on its Facebook page that it will open tonight at 5 p.m for its first public dinner service.Located near Eat Street favorites like the Bad Waitress, Pancho Vi ... More >>
Eat Street spot wins with authenticity
The margarita is a classic, no doubt about it. The earliest published recipe we can find is in Esquire magazine in 1953. The recipe called for tequila, orange liqueur, and fresh lime. As everything else does, this drink evolved in various ways, sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse ... More >>
Man up for "Man vs. Pho" as Nicollet Avenue's restaurants and shops host an deal-filled "Evening Excursion" this Thursday and Friday.
Here's how to make a bad day get better: two-for-one margaritas, all the time at Pancho Villa
Southwest readers remind us of some more off-the-beaten path faves.
Lotsa options for do-good dining this Thursday.
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