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MSP Magazine video tour: Best restaurants 2012

Mpls.St.Paul Magazine food and dining editor Stephanie March gives you a video tour of six restaurants featured in the Best Restaurants issue, including Broders’ Cucina, Bachelor Farmer, Haute Dish, Heartland, Modern Café and Saffron.
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Mpls.St.Paul Magazine food and dining editor Stephanie March gives you a video tour of six restaurants featured in the Best Restaurants issue, including Broders’ Cucina, Bachelor Farmer, Haute Dish, Heartland, Modern Café and Saffron.

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