With flip-flop season upon us, think outside the box! Grab a picnic basket and explore all the culinary experiences Plymouth has to offer.
Sunshine Factory Bar & Grill is a go-to restaurant and watering hole, and has been since it opened in New Hope in 1976.
The most prestigious awards in the restaurant industry have been handed out, and one Twin Cities chef is heading home with some hardware.
Whether you’re grabbing an after-work drink or looking for an affordable date night, Plymouth has plenty of great happy hour options.
The James Beard Awards are among the most prestigious prizes for chefs and restaurants in the United States.
Winter in Minnesota means cold weather. For winter sports enthusiasts, this is good news. For everyone else, it can be hard to find the motivation to get outside. Luckily, many Plymouth restaurants are ready to welcome you in from the cold. What better way to reward yourself after a long day of skiing or skating than with a nourishing bowl of warm chili? Even if you don’t enjoy the outdoors in the winter, these dishes are good enough to leave the house for, even if it just means running from your car to the restaurant’s front door.
2016 has been the year of the burger, with red meat options dominating local menus and new gourmet toppings created seemingly every hour. There are clever and novel burgers with a full rainbow of colors piled high inside the bun. More doesn’t always mean better, and new doesn’t mean the classics are old hat. Here’s a look at eight local burgers that provide something for every taste, from the mini Wedgie burger at Red Robin to the massive breakfast-for-lunch Countryside at Peg’s. There are big beef burgers like the Jucy Lucy, alongside salmon, bison and turkey.