Food & Drink

A spread of food and drink from TST Creative Catering.

Summer means weddings, graduations and other parties are in full swing. Before you start planning, check out TST Creative Catering’s tips to ensure a celebration that feels extra special, but stays right on budget.

Another new option has opened on the growing Woodbury restaurant scene: Piada Italian Street Food. The fast casual restaurant in CityPlace offers a fresh spin on Italian dining.

This past summer, Angelina’s Kitchen owner Angela Verrastro made the decision to acquire the space adjacent to the restaurant.

After a long day, sometimes the only thing to look forward to is what’s for dinner. How does visiting one of Woodbury’s local restaurants for your favorite comfort food sound, instead of making it yourself?

The holidays ARE HERE and even more important than the trees, ornaments and gifts are friends, family and, of course, holiday treats.

German water bread, named for the dry yeast dissolved in water, makes the perfect holiday dessert for the entire family. This recipe was given to Jean Brown from her husband’s mother—his grandparents being from Germany—and it has now become a family tradition, down to the grandchildren.

Fiesta Brava opened in town this past May and has been serving up authentic Mexican meals and drinks ever since. Manager Jose Bacares recommends three entrees and several special margaritas that will satisfy any cravings.

Molcajete

Growing up on the east side of St. Paul, Mike Tuckner always considered Red’s Savoy Pizza to be the best pizza.

This fall, Woodbury is welcoming a store that will have any food-lover bursting with excitement. Sur La Table, the Seattle-based kitchen store, is joining the CityPlace lineup, bringing the top tools to Woodbury kitchens.

Like many successful businesses, Naf Naf Grill was started by a couple of people with little more than a good idea and a lot of determination.

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