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Six Amazing Hole-In-The-Wall Restaurants In Minneapolis Worth a Try
What are your all-time favorite restaurants?
Famous Breakfast Restaurant In Minnesota Is Losing Its Presence
In its heyday, Perkins was the place to be. Now, it seems the Ohio-founded chain's presence dwindles by the day.
16 Minnesota Town Names Nearly Impossible For Out-Of-Staters To Pronounce
Even some Minnesotans still struggle pronouncing these Minnesotan towns correctly!
Study Shows Only One State Is ‘Happier’ Than Those In Minnesota
Researchers at WalletHub geared up for the seemingly impossible: finding the amount of 'happiness' in each state, and this is what they found.
Three Minnesota Restaurants Are Among The Best 100 in The US
Every year, Yelp releases a list of the best 100 restaurants in the country. The competition is steep, and the results are fascinating.
7 New Tenants Moving Into The Mall Of America In Months Ahead
In the upcoming months, seven new tenants will move into the massive Bloomington building.
86-Year-Old Haunted St. Paul Restaurant Is Sure To Give You Chills
The Lexington, a popular St. Paul restaurant, has been serving Minnesotans delicious food for years, but full bellies aren't the only things guests leave with. Some patrons depart with stories of haunted sightings.
Recent ‘Dirty Jobs’ Episode Features Famous Minnesota University
Mike Rowe is back in the trenches with the latest episode of the 'Dirty Jobs' that features a stop in Minnesota.
Minnesota’s Oldest Bar Has Been Going Strong For Over 130 Years
This old establishment may not look like much, but once you enter those doors, your perspective may change.
After Two Decades, This St. Paul Restaurant Closes Its Doors For Good
The New Year is supposed to bring prosperity and joy to people. Unfountanely for workers at Black Dog Café in St. Paul's Lowertown neighborhood this year: that isn't the case.