Best Of MN
We are in the middle of March Madness, and on Thursday and Friday, there were as many as four games going on simultaneously. So this week Matt Brickman went in search to find the best sports bar in Minnesota.
It’s a place that’s been serving up the freshest fish for more than 20 years — Origami in Minneapolis’ North Loop.
WCCO viewers’ pick for Best Happy Hour has a great combination of good food, drink specials, and something fun to do.
The aptly named Bread & Chocolate in St. Paul is home to WCCO viewer’s favorite hot chocolate.
For a Jewish kid from the East Coast, Cecils Deli in St. Paul, might be the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Minnesota is a state of hunters and fishermen, so there aren’t many things more important than meat.
While Sweetland Orchard out of Webster, Minn., lost close to 90 percent of its crop – as many orchards had a tough 2012 – they were still able to churn out what WCCO viewers called the Best Apple Cider in Minnesota.
When we asked for your help finding the best record store in Minnesota, it was kind of a no-brainer. There aren’t a ton of these places left, and there certainly aren’t many as legendary as the Electric Fetus in Minneapolis.
True Minnesotans know that the best things about Minnesota aren’t all in the metro area. In Duluth, there is a holiday lights display that is definitely worth the drive.