Food & Drink

A Tamarack Tap Room flight of beers on the restaurant's patio.

With a wide range of outdoor patios throughout Woodbury—from bars and grills to bakeries, cafés and restaurants—there’s no reason to dine indoors.

Since its opening in 2006, Ray J’s American Grill has brought a fun, family-friendly, sports bar atmosphere to Woodbury. Recently voted best wings in Minnesota by WCCO-TV, Ray J’s really knows how to sauce up the local wing scene.

Donna Chicone moved to Woodbury more than 30 years ago, when it was starting to develop and thrive as a city.

These March end-of-winter days call for a pick-me-up. We asked Haskell’s Beau Farrell and Top Ten Wine and Spirits’ Bill Abrahamson for their best wine picks this month.

After a long day at work, running errands, chasing after the kids or tidying up the house, cooking a meal for the family is sometimes the last thing you want to do. Finding one meal that satisfies your own taste buds as well as the rest of your family members’ can seem nearly impossible.

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

This Valentine’s Day, Nadia Cakes is offering the Love Bug Cake ($45.99). Choose between strawberry or chocolate cake topped with pink or red icing, decorated with a mini cupcake flower bouquet.

As you settle on the new year’s dietary resolutions (that is, if you’re into that kind of thing), bear this in mind: the cold-turkey leap from warm holiday feasts to stark, light eats is difficult to make, and the harsh dead of winter is no time to deprive ourselves of comfort.

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

There are good cold sandwiches, there’s no denying it. But when you pit them against the ones kissed by grills, fryers and red-hot coils, is there really any competition?

It may sound strange, but the Dunn Brothers Coffee (Dunn Bros) on City Walk Drive was born out of a love for cheesecake. Owners Mark and Angela Spoto moved to Woodbury from New England in 1991, and Mark brought along his passion for desserts.