The restaurant has been celebrating all month long.
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Wednesday, March 27, 2013
The new pizzeria on Edina's Sunnyside Road opened its doors to hungry customers on March 17, 2013.
At long last you can say hello to Hello Pizza. Rumored to be in the offing last summer, and with its opening imminent by last month, Ann Kim's new restaurant on Sunnyside Road in Edina, just west of Linden Hills, has finally flung open its doors. And in have walked hungry reporters and food critics, among them Joy Summers of City Pages ("A sunny little neighborhood spot") and Stephanie March of Mpls.-St. Paul magazine ("There is cheeky flair to this place"). Edina Patch Editor Ryan Gauthier posted a full report on Hello Pizza on Monday. Here it is: After months of teasing Edina residents with little more than a glimpse at Lionel Richie's face, Hello Pizza finally tore down the paper lining its windows and fired up its pizza ovens for the …
Monday, December 6, 2010
These days great dining and food options abound on W. 46th Street between Nicollet and Bryant Avenues, making it our own little eat street.
Today, West 46th Street is a mini-mecca of flavors, boasting a range of foodie experiences. But, as little as five years ago, it seemed more like a thoroughfare that led residents out of the neighborhood to dine elsewhere. Since then, several great cafes and bistros have hit the Southwest scene and set up shop on 46th Street between Nicollet and Bryant Avenues. Longtime Lynnhurst resident Christine Walker explained, "I love my new neighbors. After living in the neighborhood for twenty years, I'm finally within walking distance of the most charming eateries in town." So in the interest of keeping the street as a dining destination, I present a brief rundown of its many edible charms. It's selfish, really, as I'd like to put the days of …
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Linda Haug of Cafe Twenty Eight talks to Southwest Minneapolis Patch about the lovely synergy between beer and food.
Unassuming and comfortable, Cafe Twenty Eight focuses on serving sustainable, locally sourced, lick-your-chops tasty food. If you're not a foodie, come for the beer. Cafe Twenty Eight is co-owned by Surly brewer Todd Haug and the restaurant features a nice selection of Surly beers on tap. If you are a foodie but you're also a beer connoisseur, try one of the location's unique pairings. Southwest Minneapolis Patch recently sat down with Linda Haug, co-owner and general manager of Cafe Twenty Eight. I had the opportunity to pick her brain about food, beer and what makes Cafe Twenty Eight unique. Southwest Minneapolis Patch: What is your ultimate, favorite dish this time of year? Linda Haug: A really nice pork chop, pork loin. We buy ours …