Restaurant Guide

When Cristian, Alberto and Carlos Pinos, the owners of Cahill Bistro, recall their childhoods, their eyes light up with memories of growing up on a remote farm in the south of Ecuador, 75 miles from the neare

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.

Edina restaurants display all kinds of art. Atmospheric images can transport diners to new realms of place and thought. And art can set the mood for food.

Arezzo

In the restaurant biz, name recognition can go a long way to get patrons in the door.

More than 350 doctors and medical office staff see close to 500 patients a day at the Edina offices of Twin Cities Orthopedics (TCO), an orthopedic urgent care, same-day surgery and physical therapy facility on West 65th Street in Edina.

Rise and shine, it’s breakfast time in Edina. Why sleep in when you can go out and enjoy these delicious dishes? Besides great taste, eating breakfast is a great way to begin your day, recharge and connect with family and friends.

CROSSTOWN

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.

Warren Beck is no stranger to the Edina business community. His real estate interests and successes in this market go back decades. He still has close ties to the community and a passion for excellence that guides his latest triumph in neighboring Bloomington, a restaurant called Lela.