Food & Dining

Ain’t No Party Like A D’Amico Party

D’Amico caters to all of the Twin Cities’ Italian cuisine cravings. The Twin Cities food scene is definitely something to boast about, especially when it includes a catering service with recipes straight out of Italy. […]

Dining Out For Life: 2018

There aren’t many pleasures sweeter than heading out for a lovely meal and drink with those you love. But even sweeter than that is dining out for a worthy cause. An annual fundraising event, Dining […]

Drink The Menu: Seven Breweries In Seven Days

When it comes to ice-cold libations, I generally tend to be a man of moderation, saving those frosty pints of fermented joy for special occasions and outings with my social circle. So when the time […]

Lavender’s Best New Restaurants

This past year has given us fewer new restaurants, but those that have opened have been a tasty selection. In the Twin Cities, we’re eating more casually with French and Southeast Asian flare. The wine […]

2018 Spring Arts & Dining Pairings

Produced by Linda Raines and Chris Tarbox Arts Pairings by John Townsend Dining Pairings by Bradley Traynor Indecent Wurtele Thrust Stage, Guthrie Theater www.guthrietheater.org through March 24, 2018 Lesbian master playwright Paula Vogel muses on […]

Romantic Dining At Home

The best gifts are always the ones made by hand. There is nothing better or more romantic than pulling together a dinner made from scratch. We reached out to some of our favorite gay tastemakers […]

Video: Romantic Dining: Four Destinations in the Twin Cities

Ready for some swoon-worthy restaurant porn? Here are four top dining destinations in the Twin Cities that are featured in our current Romantic Dining Issue. Watch the video, make the reservations, enjoy your dates.   […]

Divine Destinations for Romantic Dining

Last year brought so many new date night dining options into the Twin Cities landscape, including a revitalization of two lovely Minneapolis restaurants. When looking for somewhere to snuggle in over low light, delicious food, […]

Romantic Dining: Tenant

The best first date I ever had began with an inauspicious “no.” No, I did not want to get all ‘do-ed up and go out to the hot new club that just got a write-up. […]

Romantic Dining: Bardo

The restaurant Remy Pettus had his eye on wasn’t available. Prolific Minneapolis restaurateur John Rimarcik had shuttered the place he called “Rachel’s” for a refresh. Pettus was a young chef, bouncing around town with a […]

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