Kim Bartmann has turned the Tiny Diner space from a gas station to a vibrant garden and restaurant.
Food & Drink
Here at City South Magazine, we’re always looking for ways to extend summer. That gets harder when the kids are back in school and morning temperatures dip into the 40s.
When deciding with friends where this weekend’s brunch will take place, often the conversation revolves around which restaurant has the best eggs Benedict, the best breakfast potatoes, the best chicken and waffles. But what if you added local sourcing into the conversation?
Minneapolis’s Eat Street is a big name in the Twin Cities. When the marketing consultants at Zeus Jones moved into Whittier, they fell in love with the 17 blocks of delicious food. Thus, the cookbook From Eat Street, With Love was born.
For Fernando and Kalinka Silva, the story of their journey to owning a successful restaurant in Linden Hills is lined with serendipity.
When Hoban Korean Barbecue opened in Uptown in 2016, manager Fred Hwang had already devoted four years to making the restaurant possible. Before that, well, he grew up in one.
One of the best things about living in the City South area is the seemingly endless list of dining options. From corner bars to fine dining, the best burgers, noodles and tostadas are all within our reach. While a blessing, it can sometimes make deciding on dinner a challenge.
More than a cookbook and more than a family memoir, The Lincoln Del Cookbook, by Wendi Zelkin Rosenstein and Kit Naylor (Minn.