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2014 Best of the Twin Cities: Food and Drink

The best food and drink in the Twin Cities.

Review: Tongue in Cheek in St. Paul

St. Paul’s Tongue in Cheek has serious food at a playful spot.

Chef Derik Moran of the Dakota’s Essentials

Five things chef Derik Moran of the Dakota can’t live without

Review: Libertine in Uptown

Tim McKee’s steakhouse for the Uptown crowd.

Quick Bites

Now Open: The Third Bird in Loring Park

Kim Bartmann’s empire expands to Loring Park.

Porchetteria

Broder’s expands its Italian empire on the corner of 50th and Penn

Corner Table in Minneapolis

Kingfield gem reinvents itself again

Eric Moore

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TC Taste

Drink of the Week: Louie's Wine Dive's Manhattan

Drink of the Week: Louie's Wine Dive's Manhattan

A transition into big-kid drinks

Gearing Up for the Charlies

Gearing Up for the Charlies

The annual Charlie Awards honor the best in metro dining

Pear and Honey Shrub: Perfect for Mixing

Pear and Honey Shrub: Perfect for Mixing

A mixer for cocktails or mocktails combines pear and honey to please the masses.

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