Category Archives: St. Paul Minnesota

Cossetta’s – It’s Amore!

(Sixth in a series on winter travel) Charming historic eateries are fascinating and often feature good local cuisine. In St. Paul, it’s Cossetta’s, an authentic and charming Italian dining spot and market owned and run by the Cossetta family since it … Continue reading

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Mickey’s Dining Car – Classic American Diner

Fifth post in winter travel series. I have a soft spot for classic diners as they were a big part of my childhood. When transferred from Hawaii to Maine, we literally ate our way across America. In the 1960s, diner … Continue reading

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M ST. Cafe – Eat Your Breakfast

(Fourth in a series about winter travel) We all know that old saying – Always start your day with a good breakfast. It’s especially important on cold winter days. The St. Paul Hotel has the M ST. Cafe (the M … Continue reading

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St Paul Grill – Not Your Average Hotel Restaurant

(Third in a series about winter travel) When traveling during the winter and the subzero temperatures outside happen to have you thinking “Baby, it’s really cold outside, but I’d like to enjoy a good meal.”, one hopes that the hotel you’re staying … Continue reading

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St Paul Hotel – Historic Luxury

(Second in a continuing series on winter travel.) I love historic hotels. I got to stay in the St. Paul Hotel recently for business. As soon as my ride pulled up to the entrance, I was like “Wow! What a … Continue reading

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Florida Girl Survives Minnesota

The title phrase above (or something similarly worded) came across my Facebook feed one day while I was eating lunch at the Headwaters Cafe in St. Paul. I was not amused, but could see the humor in it. How did … Continue reading

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