Best Foodies to Follow On Twitter In Minnesota September 5, 2012 7:30 AM
My Burger @myburgerusa My Burger currently has two locations, one in the skyway in Minneapolis and one over by Lake Calhoun. It uses its Twitter account to connect with the people that love its food and the brain power behind these meaty treats are great at replying to your questions, concerns or general comments. My Burger features its BOMs (Burger of the Month) on the page and asks followers to engage with the restaurants, helping to create new burgers and much more.
(credit: CBS) Fork in the Road Food Truck @forkNroadtruck Fork in the Road is a big orange food truck that serves up delicious American fare with a twist. It keeps its Twitter account fresh and up to date with the daily menu, various changing locations and special events. It is frequently parked as part of the food truck court in St. Paul. Fork in the Road often participates in local music festivals such as the Music in the Park at Mears Park, and sometimes throughout the week, you might see it parked outside of large, local businesses. TC Food Finds @TCFOODFINDS Twittenator Twitter Software Two Years And Over $27,000 In The Making, The Twittenator Is In A League Of Its... This restaurant guide features daily discounts, specials, foodie events and more on its Twitter handle. Often you’ll find TC Food Finds linking up discounts through Groupon and Living Social – sometimes for buy-one-get-one-free deals and some for 50 percent off your next visit. It also shares foodie news that is happening in the Twin Cities. This is a great account to follow for all things food in Minnesota. Related: Best Tasting Menus In The Twin Cities
(credit: Becca Dilley Photography) Summit Brewery @summitbeer Follow Summit Brewery for all you’d ever want to know about beer. This tweeter chirps about everything from announcements of its new releases to unchained series, events and restaurants where you can find Summit beer. Summit Brewery loves to retweet pictures of people enjoying its yummy line of beers. Summit is very active in festivals and Twin Cities
events, so follow the account to know where its great brews can be found. Stephanie March @stephmarch Local foodie, writer and blogger, Stephanie March is definitely one girl worth following because she knows her food. She uses her account to post little reviews of new and old restaurants, events sheâ€™ll be at, pictures of food she makes as well as fun pictures of her adventures around the metro area. She engages in conversations with fellow tweeters and is always up to offer her ideas of where to go and what to order when you get there.
(credit: Jupiter Images) MSPmag Dining @MSPmagEats The dining team over at Mpls St Paul Magazine tweets out daily updates of local happy hours, restaurant reviews, what to order on what menu, breaking food news and it likes to share tweets from local restaurants. It is one account worth following if you want to stay up to the minute on the Twin Cities culinary scene. The tweets sometimes relate back to the magazine publication, providing an insider scoop before the magazine even goes to print. Related: Best Tapas in Minneapolis
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