We look back at some of our favorite restaurants featured in Lake Minnetonka Magazine over the past year.
Food & Drink
History can often inspire us and in the case of the Commodore Bar and Restaurant, its history was the inspiration behind the reopening.
In March 2009, Sholom Catering began providing kosher food services to the Sholom East Senior Residence, but they soon became more than a nursing home business. The company launched its off-site catering business in January 2012.
Rustica Bakery has been creating delicious, award-winning baked goods on the shore of Lake Calhoun since 2004.
Summers are for sipping—and lingering, laughing and lounging with friends. Here’s a handy happy hour guide (numbered in no particular order) to the lake area’s best spots for laid-back eats and delicious drinks that’ll help you (almost) forget there’s such a thing as work or winter.
Nothing says summer like a farmers market. Sunshine and fresh air invigorate shoppers and vendors alike, creating a picture-perfect setting for fresh, locally grown produce, foods and flowers, and for enjoying live music and entertainment.
Fruits and Veggies
Agra Culture, opening this spring in the Finn in Highland Park, offers a variety of food that appeals to many diets including paleo, vegan, gluten free and vegetarian.
Norway’s constitution was signed on May 17, 1814, and declared the country independent (in the hope of avoiding a takeover by Sweden after the Napoleonic Wars).
Stunning lake views. Sun-drenched deck seating. A wear-what-you-want vibe. They’re things you could find in a real estate listing for any Lake Minnetonka home.