Dining Out

chef Tommy Begnaud

Cajun inspired Mr. Paul’s Supper Club wants to show the Twin Cities a good time.

Dishes are presented as beautifully as artwork at Sapporo Sushi, from the traditional rolls down to the floral accents and adornments like ginger and wasabi.

Dave and Jeanne Mooty never planned on opening up their own restaurant, but they’ve been at it now for more than a decade.

Looking for a unique and customizable meal for dine-in or carry out? Want something different from your usual sandwiches, salads, burgers or pizza? What about absolutely delicious—and local—sushi and tuna?

Mother’s Day is the perfect occasion to gather with family to celebrate the women in our lives who mean the most to us. It’s also a great excuse to have a delicious buffet, brunch, lunch or dinner. This year, leave the cooking up to one of Woodbury’s fantastic restaurants.

Woodbury has gone nuts…for nuts! Many of our local restaurants feature delicious dishes that are both nutritious and chock-full of nuts. Who knew nuts were so versatile? They add the perfect finishing touch to salads, spreads, entrées, desserts and more.

Pizza is the most simple thing to do, but not simple to do right,” says Angelo Montes, chef and proprietor at Sole Mio Ristorante. Born in Sicily, Montes moved to America in 1999 from the Milan area of Italy. It is a pleasure to listen to him pontificate on the misunderstood art of pizza.

The idea behind Café Zupas started 11 years ago in Provo, Utah when the founders decided to open up a restaurant that would provide gourmet, well-prepared food in a comfortable environment that could serve families, businesspeople and everyon

Last August, Woodbury’s very first authentic taqueria opened up in the space formerly occupied by DeLeo Bros. Pizza at Tamarack Hills.

Spring is upon us, and that means many of us have caught the health bug. Whether your vice is cycling, swimming or extreme ironing, you need to fuel your body for success.

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