Based on the belief that clean eating doesn’t have to be boring and bland, Sprout has been distinguished as the first fast-casual salad concept in the Twin Cities since opening its first of three locations in 2014. With a catering menu packed with chefcrafted salads, wraps, house-made lemonades and more, Sprout is quickly becoming a crowd favorite for large-scale healthy eating.
Meet & Eat
Meet & Eat
Everyone loves to talk “farm-to-table,” but most of us stay firmly on the “table” side of the equation. While most modern farms are woefully lacking in chic, trendy event space, there’s a great alternative right in Northeast Minneapolis. Holding a meeting or event at the FOOD BUILDING gives you a chance to meet the makers who—right on-site—turn local meat, milk and grain into world-class handcrafted products including salumi from Minnesota pasture-raised pigs and stonemilled, naturally leavened bread
Portillo’s is bringing Chicago-style classics to Woodbury on July 11. Originating in 1963 in Villa Park, Illinois, it has since expanded to other states including Indiana, Florida, California, Wisconsin, and Arizona. Portillo’s is known for its high-quality, Chicago-style food, efficient service and vintage-restaurant décor. Some of the restaurant’s featured Chicago-style menu items include Italian Beef sandwiches, Chicagostyle hot dogs, burgers, salads and its famous chocolate cake, baked fresh in stores each morning.
Minnesota may be a landlocked Midwest state, but the local restaurants have far more to off er than hotdish. Delicacies from the sea can be found at these dining establishments in the Twin Cities and beyond. For entertaining clients or hosting an event, these locations are a good catch.
The Oceanaire Seafood Room
New to the B2B food concierge scene in Minneapolis is Foodee, a corporate meal delivery service bringing food from local favorites straight to the boardroom. Foodee makes it easy for companies to order from top local restaurants by offering a large variety of carefully curated menus through its online ordering platform.
Megan Jones-Holt purchased Stockton Market’s Market Pizza restaurant in Stockton, N.J., from former owner and renowned caterer and chef Jamie Hollander in May 2016.
Radisson Blu Hotels have come up with a solution to that 3 p.m. sugar crash we’ve all experienced in day-long conferences and meetings: Brain Food, which covers a broad range of foods that are low in fat and refined sugars, and improve concentration levels. From fish and whole grains to fruits and vegetables, teams of nutritionists and hotel chefs have worked together to create the flavorful and healthy menu.
Have you ever had a craving for your favorite Pizzeria Lola pizza for lunch, but can’t get away from the office to pick it up? Look no further, Foodee is here to save the day!
It's a universal truth: There’s no such thing as bad pizza. Sure, some places do it better than others, but what’s not to like about bread, tomato sauce and cheese? Good thing for us, Minnesota pizza joints know what good pizza is, and what’s more, they know how to deliver (both literally and figuratively speaking). ¶ So, if you’re feeding a group, why not go for the sure thing—the thing that everyone loves, or at the very least, likes? Pizza!
John Scott Bradstreet, from whom Bradstreet Neighborhood Craftshouse gets its namesake, was a local tastemaker in the Twin Cities area in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was an architect and interior designer, travelled widely in Europe and Asia, and was friends with Oscar Wilde and Louis Comfort Tiffany. His influence makes its way in to the cocktails of the Bradstreet Neighborhood Craftshouse today.