There are endless dining opportunities in Maple Grove—let's revisit some of our favorites.
Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day is not a one-day affair if you’re a fan of Claddagh Irish Pub, Maple Grove.
With about 2,000 different cheeses worldwide, plenty of recipes include at least one kind, creating a strong flavor that differs depending, usually, on its age.
Fall is a time of long walks in the crisp October air, raking leaves and jumping in the pile, preparing Halloween costumes and picking apples at an orchard.
Famous Dave’s of America Inc. has been overdue for a makeover.
Claddagh Irish Pub has been an anchor in Maple Grove since 2002, and now it’s more Irish than ever with three managers from Ireland. All three hopped the pond specifically to work at Claddagh.
Fruit is a muse to artists and chefs alike. It makes pretty subject matter in painted still lifes and adds dynamic flavor to delicious dishes. However, brimming with nutrients and freshness, fruit is much better experienced in a dish rather than studied through layers of paint.
Everyone likes a bargain. And if it includes good food and drink, the deals are even sweeter. Whether you are craving savings on appetizers, entrées, drinks or dessert, we’ve rounded up delicious ideas too tasty to pass up.
During the coldest months of the year here in Minnesota, it’s important to stay warm and toasty. Whether it’s blankets and a fire, a warm drink or solid comfort food to fill your belly, there are many ways to stay cozy.
Minnesota cuisine has taken a global turn toward a broader offering of foods, because a large population of immigrants bring the foods of their homelands to our local restaurants. And, although our culinary heritage may be slanted toward food with mild spice, we have an adventurous streak.