A popular Uptown restaurant opens a second spot in our community.
Food & Drink
The popularity of some foods has no expiration date. Step back into the 1950s, when lavish buffets and garnishes were commonplace. Entertaining was jazzed up with sculpted mounds of comfort food that soothed all of our worries.
Edina’s annual food, wine and craft beer experience” is what Taste of Edina is all about, according to Erica Hollom, director of operations for Edina Chamber of Commerce.
The Average American spends 37 minutes a day on meal prep, food service and clean up, according to a 2014 survey by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. When you consider that many working adults might not get home from work until 6 p.m.
Last November, Luke Shimp, owner of the popular Red Cow restaurant, once again received the Restaurateur of the Year award. “To be recognized as Restaurateur of the Year for the second time is a true honor,” Shimp says.
March makes its way with a bit of green and a touch of magic. After a long, gray winter, it’s only fitting to kick up your heels—or leprechaun shoes—come St. Patrick’s Day. Lively Irish food and drink are a precursor to spring.
Tonja Engen defines food as much more than ingredients on a plate. To this Edina cook, food moves through communities, cultures and families like a culinary chameleon, and is a vessel for emotional, social and spiritual customs.
The newest addition to the Town Hall legacy will open soon near the Pamela Park and Concord neighborhoods in Edina. Pete Rifakes, co-owner of the Town Hall businesses, decided that opening a location at the old Wally’s Gas Station on Valley View Road would be the perfect place to expand.