Prolific restaurateur Kim Bartmann, whose hip neighborhood locales include Bryant-Lake Bowl, Cafe Barbette, and Red Stag Supper Club, among others, is moving ahead with another new venture. Her new restaurant will be green, not unlike Red Stag (which was the first LEED-certified restaurant in ... More >>
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Sara RiceThe starters were the hit of the nightAs the sky turned dusky, diners began arriving at Brasa in St. Paul, ignoring the signs saying "Closed for a benefit." Tickets in hand, they knew they were in the right place--a specially prepared dinner by celebrated chef Alex Roberts to raise funds ... More >>
More than just a summer festival celebrating our favorite bulb, the Minnesota Garlic Festival is also a fundraiser to benefit rural Minnesota farmers for all the work they do to feed us so well. Filled with music, local foods, arts, general merriment, and 100 kinds of garlic (!) the festival also ... More >>
The Strib reports that four people got sick from unpasteurized milk tainted with E. coli and that the Mn Dept of Ag will likely crack down on illegal raw milk sales. State epidemiologist Richard Danilla and staff traced the milk that made three people sick to Hartmann dairy farm near Gibbon ... More >>
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Kim Bartmann's latest venture updates the supper-club concept for the green era