Take a sweet bite of summer by visiting friendly spots, serving locals and visitors the best boutique bakeries the Southwest Metro has to offer.
Food & Drink
Can two people meet, fall in love and plan an uncertain future all in the space of one fateful day? The Sun is Also a Star presents Natasha and Daniel, teenagers living in New York City, whose very different worlds collide during one roller-coaster ride of a day.
While takeout dining is always an option, dining in enhances the experience at Jungle Kitchen. Look at the walls—the decorations have cultural meaning.
One pot meals have long been a staple of the hurried home cook, and the concept is stretching its boundaries by featuring sheet pans in place of pots.
1 1/2 oz. Corralejo Reposado Tequila
1/2 oz. crème de cassis
1/2 oz. fresh lime juice
2–3 oz. Q Ginger Beer
Fresh blackberry (optional)
Looking for a good mystery for Mother’s Day?
Food lovers rejoice. The Noble Lion will pounce onto the Victoria food scene next month, and it’s time to roll out the red carpet. The restaurant offers solid crowd pleasers from steak to mussels to frites with pleasant surprises in store for everyone. The menu is focused yet inclusive.
When spirits and juices conspire, there’s no need to travel far to enjoy a little taste of paradise.
April in Paradise
Sometimes the best surprises come from the most unexpected places. Sushi in Chaska—yes! Sake Sushi serves authentic Japanese sushi, sashimi, noodles, hot sake and other Asian favorites with a few pleasant extras to add to the appeal.
Lina Holman is a spirited conversationalist. She is one of the founding partners at Waconia’s J. Carver Distillery and, with 30 years in the hospitality industry, Holman knows her product and how to tell a story. She has managed liquor stores and restaurants and is a certified sommelier.