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Future Food Trends in the Twin Cities, Part II

Moveable Feast: MnMo editor Rachel Hutton and MPR Classical’s John Birge talk about the next best food and drink trends in 2017


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​This year’s Best Of list not only consists of what’s trending now—it also looks at the next best food and drink trends for 2017. Last week, Rachel and John covered restaurants adding new locations across the river, and the rise of global cuisine. This week, they look at trends including local Minnesota-made whiskey, which is finally hitting taps in the Twin Cities area; the return of “neighborhood-style” butchers; and successful restaurants reinventing themselves for the modern era. Check out all of the future Twin Cities Best Ofs here.

Listen to the full segment at Classical MPR

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