Good Company: The Naughty Greek

Good Company: The Naughty Greek
The Naughty Greek is a favorite restaurant at Twin Cities Live.  They’re known for their authentic Greek food and now they are hoping that their new Chef’s Table, a 5-course meal, will start getting attention too. Reserving the Chef’s Table Experience Request a reservation online for parties of 6 or more You can request a...

Good Company: Steller Handcrafted Goods

Good Company: Steller Handcrafted Goods
Julie Steller is a local handmade mitten maker and owner of Steller Handcrafted Goods.  When Bernie Sanders had a direct effect on her business when he made is appearance at the Presidential inauguration in his homemade wool mittens.  That’s when she says business started to boom! Click here and use the promo code: TCL15 for 15% off your...

Good Company: Carver Junk Company

Good Company: Carver Junk Company
Since working from home, our reporter Kelli Hanson has had so many questions about the prints in the background of her in-home office.  The Minnesota prints come from Carver Junk Company located in Chaska.  She gives us a peek inside the business to see how else they’re continuing to support local makers. The Minnesota prints are made...

Good Company: Angel Food Bakery

Good Company: Angel Food Bakery
Businesses are shifting the way they do business to keep their doors open these days.  Angel Food Bakery has found a way to keep their doors open.  Every week Angel Food Bakery ships 600 boxes of donuts across the country.  If you’d like to place an order for donuts from Angel Food, click here.

Good Company: Changes Due to COVID-19

Good Company: Changes Due to COVID-19
In light of COVID-19, every business Twin Cities Live has featured in our “Good Company” has had to make big changes.  Kelli Hanson gives us a look at how three local Good Companies are doing that. Tonkadale Greenhouse Open to retail traffic and Offering Curbside Pickup Requiring a $25 reservation that can be redeemed at the...

Good Company: Excelsior Candle

Good Company: Excelsior Candle
The sense of smell is said to easily evoke memories.  It can even change a mood.  That is exactly why Heidi Mueller started Excelsior Candle.  Kelli Hanson takes us inside this Good Company that started in the owner's kitchen. You can buy Excelsior Candles online or at several stores across the metro.  For locations, click here.