Gavin Kaysen named Best Chef Midwest at 2018 James Beard Awards

Gavin Kaysen, chef and owner of Bellecour in Wayzata and Spoon and Stable in Minneapolis, won big at the James Beard Awards ceremony on Monday night when he became the fifth Minnesota chef in history to be named Best Chef Midwest. In his acceptance speech, he credited his family with his decision to move back … [ Read more]

Trailblazers 2017: Gavin Kaysen

When Gavin Kaysen began taking reservations at Bellecour, his French bistro and second restaurant endeavor, the first two months were booked in just one day. Kaysen told Eater that when he saw the reservations cascading in, it was “honestly one of the most humbling things I’ve ever seen.” It was clear then that he had … [ Read more]

Bran muffin recipe by Bellecour’s Kelsey McCreight

In this month’s Minnesota Spoon, Steve Hoffman spends an afternoon in the company of baking genius with Steve Horton of Baker’s Field, Diane Yang of Spoon & Stable, and Kelsey McCreight of Bellecour, during which he learns the flavor power of stone-ground, heritage grains. Here, Kelsey shares a taste of her baking acumen with this … [ Read more]

Get the tasting menu and listen to the whole song

When someone asks me about the point of a chef’s tasting menu, and why it’s worth ordering, it takes me a while to get beyond “don’t you want to see what they can do when they’re turned loose?” I realize not everyone thinks that way, or that they might blink at a three-hour dinner. So … [ Read more]

Spoon and Stable chef-owner Gavin Kaysen announces new restaurant set to open in 2017

Soon this entry way will lead to a French inspired bistro & we can’t wait to welcome you in! pic.twitter.com/O5NvRtgV48 — Bellecour Restaurant (@bellecourmn) December 7, 2016 Spoon and Stable chef and owner Gavin Kaysen has officially announced his second restaurant: Bellecour. The restaurant will be located at 739 Lake Street in Wayzata, the former longtime … [ Read more]

A Blind Tasting beer festival

Taste & Rate 48 Minnesota Oktoberfests

Sept. 20, 2019 | 5:30–9pm
Upper Landing Park
Tickets: GA $40 | DD $20