Food & Drink

“The Grocer’s Table is exactly what Wayzata needed,” says Erica A. on a Facebook review. Talk about a ringing endorsement. “We’ve had a really nice, warm welcome from the community here,” says Lindsay Pohlad, owner of The Grocer’s Table.

The goal of many chefs is to open a good, successful restaurant. Great chefs aspire to have a restaurant that serves more than just good food.

Phil Platt is a walking Rolodex of Minnesota breweries.

Traditionally, cocktails are a mixture of spirits, sugar, water and bitters, but things have changed a little bit since the onset of the shaken and stirred varieties. Now, we want it all and we’re willing to go out on a limb and try something completely new in the name of alcohol.

Since 2008, the space that was Billy’s Lighthouse has sat vacant off Highway 12 in Long Lake.

When Fresh Seasons closed its doors, the community of Glen Lake was left without a local grocery option. In June, Glen Lake’s Market opened in the space where the former store once operated.

What do you get when you combine modern architecture with a desire to help kids learn more about how to embrace nature? For two Excelsior married couples, Charles Stinson and Carol Eastlund, and David Paul Seymour and Shannon Seymour, only one thing comes to mind: a book series.

When the Gold Nugget Tavern and Grille does a “Beer Dinner,” they do more than just pair their beer with food: They incorporate it into just about everything.