Here are five good reasons not to stay at home to watch the crystal ball drop in Times Square.
These local bands are blowing up the local music scene. Treat your ears to something new and give them a listen.
Nye’s Polonaise Room, a Northeast Minneapolis institution, recently announced it would be closing its doors after 65 years. According to a local developer, Nye’s owners are partnering with them to possibly turn the iconic space into a high-rise residential building, with some commercial space underneath.
Get in the holiday spirit with these concerts.
Enjoy a delicious shisha blend as you bond with your friends following a centuries-old tradition of hookah smoking.
There are happy hours throughout the state that feature and promote craft beer to those who wish to find a new favorite. Sit down directly in a taproom or a local pub to enjoy one of these happy hours.
It is never too late to fulfill those musical aspirations. Quality music education programs are available throughout Minnesota.
Halloween is always a busy night in downtown Minneapolis, and it’s even busier when it falls on a Friday night. Many downtown bars are predicting this will be their busiest night of the entire year. As co-owner of Gluek’s Restaurant and Bar, Linda Rae Holcomb knows that Halloween on Friday means big business.
Next time you drink a beer, why not drink local?
For a little music and a little more fun, check out these local piano bars.
There is never a bad time for a good sangria. Grab a friend and enjoy an afternoon, evening or night with a few glasses of that sweet, fruity wine concoction.
These bars have your Thursday football needs covered.
The fun doesn’t end just because you’re too old to Trick or Treat.
Need a few ideas for fall brews? Here are a few recommendations by St. Paul veteran bartender Kevin “Kleezy” Kleman of Señor Wong Craft Bar and Restaurant.
It’s no secret that Minneapolis has a thriving bar scene with some pretty talented mixologists at the helm, but it seems the rest of the country is finally taking note.