With Honey and Rye, co-owners Anne Andrus and Emily Ackerman have created something that’s at once chic and cozy, a Midwestern rustic kitchen where the front of house employees wear clogs and flowered aprons, but the baguettes and croissants are up to snuff with any you’d find in Paris. Bread is still the central focus of Honey & Rye, but the menu also meets the sweeter and heartier tastes of their regular customers, including items like simple baguette sandwiches layered with ham and cheese and from-scratch chicken noodle soup with gorgeously golden, subtly seasoned broth and thick, homemade egg noodles. And of course, there are the pumpkin scones, the decadent chocolate coconut cream pie, and the delicate, buttery, shell-shaped Madeleines. PHOTOS BY ALMA GUZMAN
November started out chilly and stayed chilly, but that didn't stop folks from going out in the Twin Cities and enjoying themselves. Here are a few of our favorite memories from November 2013, from pre-Thanksgiving festivities to some of the many concerts around town this month.
After spending this fall touring in support of their sophomore LP 'Shulamith,' Poliça returned home for a two night stand at Mill City Nights with Marijuana Deathsquads this weekend. PHOTOS BY ANNA GULBRANDSEN on November 29, 2013
The Suicide Girls, touring their Blackheart Burlesque show at the Varsity Theater, put on an energetic and athletic show for an enthusiastic crowd. Featuring professionally choreographed numbers and a thumping soundtrack, the Suicide Girls performed a variety of ensemble pieces and solo...
The yearly Thanksgiving eve Transmission was another huge success. DJ Jake Rudh catered to the 80's to 00's generation with the classic tunes of their era with the night's theme: "Mixed Tape." PHOTOS BY DENIS JEONG PLASTER on November 27, 2013
Concerts, dance nights, and more brought tons of partygoers out on the town after dark. From the nights you'll never forget to the ones might have, here are just a few awesome memories of this year's nightlife here in the Twin Cities.
Possibility, whimsy, invention, and a sprinkling of a flavorful fairy dust known as furikake is what eating at Thomas Kim and Kat Melgaard';s newest venture, the Rabbit Hole, is all about. This wonderland exists in the heart of Powderhorn, an area populated by restaurants but none quite so chic...
Tennessee alt-rockers Paramore and their charismatic frontwoman Haley Williams played to a Roy Wilkins Auditorium packed with thousands of adoring fans. Canadians Metric opened. PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on November 23, 2013.
Friends, family, and fans of Sue McLean gathered at First Avenue to honor her legacy with live music and an auction. Eric Hutchinson, BoDeans, and Soul Asylum are just some of the many musical guests who performed. PHOTOS BY MARK N. KARTARIK on November 23, 2013
Elton John was in fine form as he returned to a full Xcel Energy Center Friday night with his long time band for a show featuring selections from every phase of his long and storied career, from the classic hits, some full sides of early albums (he opened with side one of Goodbye Yellow Brick...
Guitar hero Gary Clark Jr. played a blues drenched set to a sold out and very enthusiastic First Avenue Wednesday night along with openers Wild Feathers and Max Frost. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on November 20, 2013.