Table for one? There are plenty of succulent options available for a comfortable, relaxing solitary dinner in Rochester. Consider one of these three the next time you’re heading out for a meal solo.
Our resident beer guy, Louis Garcia, explains why a barrel room is a big deal.
Despite the fact that the Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe is a specialty shop, it has the nostalgia of a neighborhood corner store. On a recent Monday afternoon, with a bicycle propped up outside, one young customer said, “Mom sent me down to pick up pork chops.”
This week, we take a break from our traditional dining out column to take a look at dining in. Yes, there are plenty of fabulous restaurants in southeast Minnesota, but sometimes you want a nice homecooked meal.
Rochester has an abundance of great restaurants. This can make it hard to decide where to go for dinner, especially when it’s a special occasion. Thankfully, there are places to go whether you’re going on a first date, celebrating an anniversary or taking the kids out for a meal. Here are a few suggestions for you.
These types of beers always prove divisive amongst beer drinkers. Below are some beers (both local and not, though all are attainable in town or close by) you should seek out.
This traditional, single-pot dish is a staple of Bangkok street food, and is also sold throughout the country in small Thai villages, though its roots are Chinese.