We enjoyed a delightful supper there last night. I highly recommend it. YUM! Next time maybe I'll be brave enough to try the yak!
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
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Sunday, July 16, 2006
I love Cossetta's. Not just because it's been around since 1911 and there are tons of photos from the old days hanging up, but because everytime I go in there, I feel like I've just stepped into a bustling NYC eatery. Not only is the restaurant good, but the grocery provides a HUGE variety of pastas, sauces, breads and fresh Italian ingrediants that would rival any market in Little Italy.
Here's what Citysearch had to say about it:
There is some method to this lovably Italian madness. To the right, the line for a whopping piece of pizza . To the left, a queue for salads, entrees and pasta. Upstairs, diners squeeze into tables and get friendly. Event nights at the nearby Xcel Energy Center are mildly chaotic. The pizzas--made and thrown by hand for the entertainment of all--is famous. Other choices include mostaccioli in the tongue-tingling marinara, near-perfect lasagna and saucy meatball sandwiches
Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Perhaps St. Pauls' most famous pizza is the pizza at Red's. Best visual description I can think of is that it reminds me of a very fat man floating on a very thin raft. Thin crust piled high with toppings served in a crowded environment by somewhat surley waitresses who are always in a hurry. Yummy.
Monday, July 10, 2006
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Friday, July 07, 2006
Wednesday, July 05, 2006
Monday, July 03, 2006
This is as close to Taste of Minnesota as I care to get. According to the organizers of this festival, Minnesota tastes like cheap carnival food served out of greasy roach coaches. I know for a fact Minnesota has many wonderful restaurants which serve delicious dishes. Some of them are even healthy and made without grease. Too bad this festival can't recognize these local business owners and help promote their restaurants. The best thing about Taste are the nightly fireworks they shoot off of a tiny island in the Mississippi. You can see thme for miles around and I don't have to get anywhere near the festival to see them. I love watching fireworks almost as much as I love good Minnesota food.