Mar 6, 2024 - Things to Do

Michelin chefs to whip up special menus in Minneapolis for one night only — for $695-a-person

Illustration of a Michelin star on a spoon.

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Minnesota still doesn't have a Michelin-rated restaurant, but local foodies with cash to burn will be able to taste a three-star chef's creations at one of the Twin Cities' best restaurants this fall.

What's happening: A series of temporary kitchen takeovers at Gavin Kaysen's Demi, featuring elite guest chefs from across the country.

What to expect: Each chef will come up with a 9-course tasting menu with beverage pairings, available for one night only:

Friday, May 3: One-star chef Ian Palazzola and master sommelier Bobby Stuckey of Frasca Food and Wine in Boulder, Colorado.

⭐⭐ Friday, August 2: Two-star chef Emma Bengtsson of Aquavit in New York City.

⭐⭐⭐ Friday, October 4: Three-star chef William Bradley of Addison in San Diego, California.

The catch: A seat at Demi's already exclusive U-shaped bar will cost you $695 per person.

  • That includes beverages, service, tax and what a release describes as a "generously appointed gift bag."

If you go: Reservations for the North Star Series will be available on TOCK on the first day of the month prior to the event.

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