We look back at some of our favorite restaurants featured in Lake Minnetonka Magazine over the past year.
Food & Drink
There are a few Spanish words and phrases that’ll come in handy when ordering at DelSur.
DelSur brings the quintessential Argentinian street food—hot, fresh empanadas— to a new brick-and-mortar restaurant on Minnetonka’s Excelsior boulevard.
Just like certain wines go better with particular cheeses, Ames Farm’s honeys do the same.
Rioja is a large wine region in northern Spain known for great medium- and full-bodied reds made from predominantly tempranillo.
Veggies and herbs are easy—and fun—to grow at home. Here’s where to start.
The James Beard Awards are among the most prestigious prizes for chefs and restaurants in the United States.
Are you a food tour first-timer? Make it look easy by following these simple tips and tricks. You’ll thank us later.
By now, Taste of Wayzata founders Bethe Hattara and Lisa Wagner have eaten their fair share of meals at Wayzata’s eateries.
Short on time for a fancy dinner out? Sample the best eats in town with a tour from new business Taste of Wayzata.
It’s been said that business and family shouldn’t mix—but take one step inside Samba Taste of Brazil in downtown Hopkins, and you’ll run into an exception to the rule.