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Sexy Fem Minneapolis Minnesota Wants A Hott Top

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Kara Nesvig December 2,

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New Spring Drinks at Pajarito. In honor of the historic development of the big national Women Chefs and Restaurateurs conference coming to Minneapolis, I published a list of some of the top women-cheffed, women-owned restaurants I thought visiting chefs would want to check out.

The community response was enormous, and we realized that a lot of you really wanted a much more thorough list.

Some want the list so that you may patronize the restaurants. Some want it for networking.

Some teachers asked for an expanded list so that students hoping to interview a female entrepreneur could ask a food-business owner. So here it is, an expanded list.

But first, a few caveats. While a lot of those aren't stand-alone restaurants, there are a lot of independent spots, and in Minnesota alone we can count some 10, members of the National Restaurant Association.

This is to say nothing of brewers, bakeries, caterers, jam-makers and so on. Which is to say, it would be too big to read, write, or manage for mere human-sized writers such as myself. If you yourself want to compile that two- or three-thousand-person list, please do and I will link to it!

This is a list that counts local influencers, as it were—women in food and drink who are making waves, standing up, and making a difference in our Twin Cities scene. We will periodically update this, to reflect the thousand-or-so food business openings we see in the state every year.

But till then, it can serve as a resource for us all. Key Enterprise LLC is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for mspmag.

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