Food & Drink

A bottle of La Crema 2015 chardonnay.

In recent years, Oregon has really been trying to prove that they can be known for things other than just world-class pinot noir. Their chardonnay is no exception.

A seafood dish from ninetwentyfive.

We look back at some of our favorite restaurants featured in Lake Minnetonka Magazine over the past year.

A beer from Excelsior Brewing Co.

The Lake Minnetonka-inspired microbrewery is a social hub for Excelsior, where, yes, you can get a beer, but you can also meet new friends and attend unique events throughout the year.

A woman stands before a canvas, painting the grapevines at Parley Lake Winery.

Most wine lovers have heard of Napa Valley and Sonoma, but what about the Big Woods region of Minnesota?

Scandinavian Grandma, one of the signature shakes from new Minnetonka restaurant Copper Cow.

Build an at-home version of Copper Cow’s signature Scandinavian Grandma boozy shake.

Danielle and Chris Bjorling, owners of Copper Cow, the sister restaurant to Copper Hen on Eat Street.

Copper Cow is a friendly place for business lunches, girlfriend get-togethers, family dinners with the kids, night caps and everything in between.

The bar at Painter Creek Winery, where locally made wines and ciders are poured.

Newcomer Painter Creek Winery & Cidery offers drinks and on-site events.

A bottle of Juggernaut wine

For June, try one of our columnist's favorite wines to pair with any hearty meat on the barbecue—though cabernet lovers will enjoy this all on its own.

An example of elevated plating from MasterChef Junior's Ariana Feygin.

Ariana Feygin shares tips for plating like a Masterchef.

A local summer beer sits on a patio table next to a grapefruit.

OMNI Brewing Company, Unmapped Brewing, Wayzata Brew Works and Back Channel Brewing offer up their best beers for summer nights.

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