We’ve rounded up some favorite brunches so you can map out your next month of Saturday and Sunday meals.
Grabbagreen seems to be a hit. Opened in April, Grabbagreen is a fast-food restaurant with healthy options. Every dish is GMO-, preservative- and gluten-free, and 50 percent of the food is organic, according to Morgan Vanderwall at Grabbagreen. It’s a “place to go on the go,” she says.
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.
Vegetarians come in many forms: ovo, lacto, ovo-lacto, vegans, semi-vegetarians and even lesser-known fruitarians. Some avoid eggs, dairy, honey, cheese or everything besides fruit, but all tend to steer clear of meat.
July is national grilling month. It’s time to pay homage to grilling. These days grilling goes way beyond hot dogs and hamburgers in the backyard. You’ll be amazed at the range of grilled choices in Edina, from meat to salads to cupcakes and more.
Eden Avenue Grill reopens early this month as The Hilltop after being closed for renovation.
Pick a salad, any salad. Go for a meaty salad, sweet salad or creamy salad—whatever you choose, it will be no sacrifice. You won’t feel cheated on taste or satiety. From start to finish, you will be enchanted by innovative combinations and traditional favorites alike.
Ancient grains have made a comeback as a modern-day food trend. With more fiber, nutrients and trace minerals than ordinary white flour and white rice, ancient grains make a healthy addition to any meal.