For our Best of City South issue, we revisit some of our favorite local restaurants.
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SLP Seeds in St. Louis Park, a grassroots organization founded in 2012, believes that reconnecting people to the earth through their food will lead to better sustainable practices, as well as help to eliminate hunger.
The most prestigious awards in the restaurant industry have been handed out, and one Twin Cities chef is heading home with some hardware.
Rincon 38 co-owner Hector Ruiz offers tips for home chefs.
At Rincon 38, the menu is all tapas all the time, but the complexity of the flavors, intense in all the right ways and places, will put you in mind of French cuisine.
“There’s no trash associated with shopping at Tare Market,” co-owner Amber Haukedahl says.
Whether you’re grabbing an after-work drink or looking for an affordable date night, City South has plenty of great happy hour options.
We tracked down one of City South's finest foodie influences for a Q+A that will have you craving all things food.
With the rise of cooking competition TV shows and Netflix streamers about homespun desserts, it’s easy to get caught up in the magic and pride that comes with creating restaurant-quality delicacies in the comfort of your own home. Many are discovering the joys of creating vino to go along with their vittles, bringing the spirit and ingenuity of Napa Valley, Calif. to the Twin Cities.
Try one of these local can't-miss spots hand-picked by our editor.