Halloween’s Terrifically Terrifying Three

Halloween’s Terrifically Terrifying Three

Joshua Page, food writer at Heavy Table, became fascinated with food as a young latchkey cook in Southern California. He developed a passion for eating out while working in “the industry” in college and procrastinating (and accruing debt) as a graduate student. Now a professor of sociology at the University of Minnesota, Joshua also loves […]

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Little Szechuan Expanding to Stadium Village

Little Szechuan Expanding to Stadium Village

Nothing can hide from Joy Summers, food critic at City Pages. Her recent article made public our next project: Students, start your taste buds. Professors, ready your palates. Little Szechuan, the master of sizzling Szechuan-style heat, is opening its third location near the University of Minnesota. … Little Szechuan first opened on University Avenue over […]

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The Stranger Stranger Supper Series

The Stranger Stranger Supper Series

Little Szechuan St Paul is proud to be selected by The Stranger Stranger Supper Series, a three-part event that merges performance with food, created by award-winning local playwright Rachel Jendrzejewski. To find out who’s going, check out the series’ facebook page. Here is from the news release: This January, playwright Rachel Jendrzejewski invites the public […]

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Explosive Eating

Explosive Eating

We are honored to be reviewed by Mounds View high school’s school magazine Viewer. What a great way to connect one of Minnesota’s best high schools with the culinary art and culture from Szechuan of China! Matthew Voges, Reviews Editor at Viewer, shares his insight: Little Szechuan, a Chinese restaurant at 422 University Ave W […]

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