The North Star State, the Land of 10,000 Lakes, the Gopher State, the Bread-and-Butter State—though Minnesota has numerous trademarks, its culinary scene is also unlike any other.
Food & Drink
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.
Having some soup and spreads in jars and ready to use makes getting a meal together much easier.
MasterChef Junior's Ariana Feygin and her sommelier father talk cooking and pairing.
Kids can enjoy a trip to wine country as much as Mom and Dad.
In the fall of 1853, Peter Gideon came to Minnesota with his wife, Wealthy Hull, and their children. He planted a bushel of apple seeds and some other fruit-bearing tree seeds that he had brought with him on a 160-acre parcel of land next to what is now known as Gideon’s Bay.
Domain Leflaive's Macon-Verzé is a great way to dive deeper into the world of chardonnay.