Food and Drink
Twin Cities breweries are rolling out THC-infused beverages. Here are eight places to try the trending drinks.
What to know: The legal limit for edibles and beverages in Minnesota is 5 milligrams of THC. Though these are sold at breweries, THC beverages can't also include alcohol.
Animales Barbeque says enforcement of an "archaic" city ordinance may soon put a damper on its meat-smoking operation.
The issue: Current Minneapolis city code says food trucks can't have equipment outside the truck.
- From family-owned institutions to under-the-radar cocktail bars, here are some of the places we go back to again and again.
Twin Cities restaurants are adding THC-infused drinks to their menus.
Driving the news: The Howe, Red Wagon Pizza and and World Street Kitchen are among more than a half dozen local spots now offering the mind-altering beverages for dine-in customers.
Celebrity chef Justin Sutherland still can’t eat or see clearly following his July boating accident, but he says he’s in good spirits.
Driving the news: Sutherland — known for Twin Cities restaurants Handsome Hog and Northern Soul, among others — has opened up about the gruesome accident on the St. Croix River in a series of recent media interviews.
There's plenty of action in the Twin Cities restaurant scene. Here's what to watch this fall.
Pizza is back on the menu at Broders' Cucina Italiana.
Flashback: An April fire damaged the South Minneapolis restaurant and its pizza oven. It took months for it to become operational again.
Pickle pizza is one of the most divisive items at the Minnesota State Fair this year, but you don't have to step foot on the fairgrounds to try it.
- Here are some places to find the unique pie in the Twin Cities.
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