Food & Drink

A Lambrusco spritz and Mexican mule from Red Cow and Barrio

Whether it’s at your cabin, in your backyard, a barbecue or a poolside hangout, there’s that elusive question—what kind of drink will you serve?

The patio at Tavern23 in Edina.

Tavern 23, Harriet Brasserie, Ciao Bella, Salut and Red Cow are some of the prettiest places to eat, drink and be merry this summer.

A variety of organic sauces and condiments from Freak Flag Foods spread on crackers and vegetables.

The current Freak Flag lineup includes Smoky Red Mustard, Zesty Green Herb, Super Kale Pesto and Kick’n Curry Mole.

Roasted cauliflower sweet potato tacos from Greens + Chocolate.

Tips and tricks for healthier eating.

A can of wine from Broc Cellars labeled "Love Rose"

Canned wine is perfect for pairing to most any backyard fare from potato salad to burgers on the grill.

Plastic containers filled with food sit on the shelves of a well-organized fridge.

It’s time to clean up those drips and sticky spills and be on your way to a squeaky clean and organized refrigerator.

A bottle of Minnesota-made Bēt Vodka

With sweeter notes of vanilla and spicy notes of pepper, this is a smooth and sultry addition to your bloody Mary, vodka martini or coffee cocktail.

James Beard Award-winning chef Ann Kim of Young Joni embraces her mother.

The most prestigious awards in the restaurant industry have been handed out, and one Twin Cities chef is heading home with some hardware.

A local summer beer sits on a patio table next to a grapefruit.

LynLake Brewery, Waconia Brewing Company, Wooden Hill Brewing and Steel Toe Brewing offer up their best beers for summer nights.

A flight of craft beers sits on a bar. Behind, a row of craft beers on tap.

The Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild held its inaugural statewide beer awards ceremony, and Edina's first taproom received multiple honors.

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