Dining Out

The days are getting shorter and with holiday season approaching and so many errands to run, sandwiches are a quick meal perfect for any lunch or dinner. Plus, with plenty of toasted options, you’re bound to stay warm.

Biaggi’s Ristorante Italiano in Maple Grove recently received a 2016 Award of Excellence, which recognizes restaurants whose wine lists feature a well-chosen assortment of quality producers along with a thematic match to the menu in both price

The Maple Tavern might just be the newest hot spot for weekend specials. On Saturdays and Sundays, they feature prime rib dinners in the evenings.

Nothing satisfies the palate like a great cut of steak. It’s versatile enough to be paired with a rich red merlot or slathered in tangy southwestern ranch.

With so many dining options in Maple Grove, it’s hard to make the daily, weekly or monthly decision of where to eat out. Unbeknownst to many residents, several hotels and other establishments house restaurants with deliciously tasteful menu items right under our noses.

Rush Creek Golf Course has hosted an annual Mother’s Day brunch since 2000 and takes pride in the traditional brunch menu.

If you’re looking for a nutritional powerhouse in a small package, a handful of nuts might be your best option for a healthy snack.

Valentine’s Day provides the perfect excuse for a night out with your special someone. This year, The Lookout Bar and Grill is offering specials sure to have you swooning.

With a mission of creating smiles, Menchie’s frozen yogurt is focused on creating a unique experience for every customer.

If there’s one basic food that satisfies the pickiest of palates, it’s got to be pasta. Long, toothsome strands of spaghetti topped with thick red bolognaise sauce and fat, juicy meatballs? We all know that’s a tried-and-true.

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