Move over, Tilia. There''s another fabulous neighborhood bistro in Linden Hills. Harriet Brasserie, a French restaurant with a Brazilian accent, is run by chef Alain Lenne, the charming workhorse behind La Belle Crepe, and chef Fernando Silvo, who spent years perfecting his techniques at French Meadow Bakery. Harriet serves French dishes like steak tartare (replacing the beef with finely chopped bison), steamed mussels, and steak au poivre. South American dishes include coxinha (dumplings with spiced chicken, fried like a croquette) and bauru, a Brazilian torta. The Hill Burger, by the way, is easily one of the best grass-fed burgers in town.
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Budding cartoonists in MCAD's Comic Art program Art put their skills to the test in a collaboration with City Pages art director, Mike Kooiman. Students under Jim Keefe were given free reign on the subject "Summer in the Cities" and worked in black-and-white only. The comics are presented here...
City Pages Beer Festival celebrated its 20th year, returning to downtown Minneapolis near 10th & Hennepin. The tasting featured hundreds of domestic and craft beer samples, live music, mechanical bull rides and various food vendors. PHOTOS BY JAYME HALBRITTER on Saturday, June 2, 2012.
Roger Waters brought his epic "The Wall Live" tour to the packed Xcel
Center in St. Paul on Sunday night, complete with 30-foot tall
puppets, massive projections, a children's choir and pyro. PHOTOS BY
ERIK HESS on June 3, 2012.
Saint Paul's summer celebration, Grand Old Day on Grand Avenue is the kickoff to the summer's festivals and included fun for all ages and interests. Thousands of people enjoyed the food, music and sunshine at what has become the largest one-day festival in the Midwest. PHOTOS BY HILARY STEIN...
Madison-born, Minneapolis-based Brother Ali joined with Tom Morello,
Jackson Browne, Tim McIlrath of Rise Against, Mike McColgan of
Dropkick Murphys and dozens of other musicians to get out the vote
with We Are Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin Friday evening. PHOTOS BY
ERIK HESS on June 1, 2012.
James Mercer and his retooled Shins bring their catchy indie-pop music to the Orpheum Theater Friday night along with The Antlers from Brooklyn and Shins' guitarist Jessica Dobson's band, Deep Sea Diver. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on June 2, 2012.
The Walker commenced its Open Field series of events with a family-friendly free-for-all. Kids frolicked on their green field and played with toys from the Walker's toolshed, while parents enjoyed food and drink on the outdoor patio. PHOTOS BY HILARY STEIN on June 2, 2012.
People from across the political spectrum gathered near the Bachelor Farmer restaurant in the Minneapolis Warehouse District, where President Barack Obama held a private fundraiser. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on Friday, June 1, 2012.
STORY: What to Where: Primp, Grand Ole Day, Grand Ole Creamery
Article written by: Sarah Edwards
Photographer: Corey Tenold
Stylists: Sarah Edwards and Davee Ek
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