The Lake Minnetonka area features several picture perfect parks for picnicking.
Food & Drink
Take a sip of some of the best bloody marys in the Lake Minnetonka area and beyond.
When Jules Meyer completed her cookbook titled Passion: My Journey through Food, she realized she'd written her life story.
What you can expect is what a good zinfandel should taste like: loads of brambly berry fruit, a touch of American oak, a healthy ABV, and a rich array of spices.
May brings the hunt for morels, the most coveted of Minnesota mushrooms. With their honeycombed caps and hollow stems, morels are easy for even a beginning forager to recognize.
Minnetonka’s Nautical Bowls launches a mobile spot for acai goodness.
Sushi's popularity in the Twin Cities western suburbs has been blossoming, thanks in large part to Kai's Sushi & Grill.
Triennes rosé is nice and dry with bright, crisp strawberry and melon flavors, and great acidity.
Five Twin Cities chefs are among the contenders for Best Chef: Midwest, and the full list of James Beard Award semifinalists features several other local chefs and restaurants.
Buddy Boy Barbeque draws fans of smoked meats year-round.
Hopkins’ new The Vine Room offers wine and a Cali vibe downtown.