Some people (Nat Shea) continue to bike through the Winter. I’d like to splurge for one of those remote car starters. Some people (Nat Shea) think it’s fun to race down the street like some sort of stampeding animal. I’d rather jostle my way to the Target check-out counter.
I’ve never been to India and air travel is just so 1999. Right?
I ran across Nat this weekend.
Pouring yourself a glass of hot cider is, well, pathetic. Nat’s new design (unveiled at THE Our Lady of Grace Christmas tree lot) removes the guesswork from this age-old chore. The house actually pours the cider for you AND hands you a cup! What?!
Nice to meet you.
StarTribune’s Rick Nelson spoke with donut-maker (I want that title) Anne Rucker, of Bogart’s Donut Company, about the soon-to-open donut kiosk in the IDS Crystal Court. And, can I just say, THIS IS BRILLIANT??
So says the Startribune about Uptown’s newest eatery… But just what does “beyond friendly” mean?
In a category called, The Community Builders, Mpls St Paul Mag digs into (and digests) the Blue Plate Restaurant Company. It seems like a Tanek trend — working with companies that insert themselves into, and embrace, their communities.