Curiosity makes the food and travel writer. Edina resident Terri Peterson Smith loves exploring new cuisines and culture. Interminable passion leads her to destinations worldwide but great finds are close to home too. This award-winning author’s latest book, Unique Eats and Eateries of the Twin Cities, covers 89 restaurants within Minneapolis and St. Paul, along with one suburban honorable mention (Robbinsdale-based Travail Kitchen and Amusements.) Some of the restaurants featured are nationally renowned, while others are lesser known, yet worthy finds.
Q. Cumbers is one of the few remaining American-style buffet restaurants in the Midwest.
The recent addition of Red River Kitchen at Braemar makes this golf course a year-round foodie destination.
Whet your autumn appetite with seasonal treats from Patisserie Margo.
While it may not look like what we know as a traditional salad, this flavorful dish combines all the classic Mediterranean tastes into one delicious meal.
Once bitten, once smitten.
risp & Green opened at 50th and France in August, and their new menu for Edina is definitely worthy of attention.