Where to eat in Edina during the dog days of Minnesota summer.
Food & Drink
Scott Dillon embarked on his cocktail-making journey after attending a craft cocktail class, along with his wife K.C. Danzansky, hosted by bartender extraordinaire Missy Kissling.
Like a miracle cure, a healthy dose of comfort soothes the stress and strain of modern life. Good food sets the mood, and Edina restaurants have a vast selection. Satiety, that full feeling that lingers, defines the comfort-food family.
Last year, the Super Bowl became the most watched show in U.S. television history. A whopping 114.4 million-plus viewers in households across America tuned in.
A little citrus goes a long way to cure the winter blahs. Bright, snappy flavors are the hallmarks of lemon, lime, orange and grapefruit. Even on the coldest of days, citrus fruits taste like sunshine. Their vitamin C is a healthy bonus.
Coconut Thai recently opened in the space formerly occupied by Rice Paper at 50th and France. Owner Pallop Ratnasingha describes the food as traditional Thai with homemade recipes straight from his mother’s kitchen.
A steaming cup of hot tea can be just what you need on a cold winter day. At Teavana you will find a variety of loose leaf teas to take home and enjoy.