There’s a certain expectation that comes with food at a bowling alley. But Pinstripes in Edina isn’t that at all. Chef Nelson Pinos runs an all-scratch kitchen. They even make the pasta in house. “We’re not [just] a bowling alley, you know,” Pinos said.
The Fourth of July holiday is coming up and backyard barbecues are sure to be abundant. While food and good company are a great start to any celebration, it’s always good to have a few games on hand if things get dull. Plus, who doesn’t like a little competition? Here are a few games, ranked from worst to best that offer up some fun and won’t require you to go indoors during your summer bash.
Hockey practices are in full swing for a lot of kids across the Twin Cities, and being a hockey parent isn’t cheap.
A big bocce ball tournament was held Saturday at La Cucina di Nonna Rosa’s Ristorante Italiano in Robbinsdale to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphomia Society.
Ever thought of jumping the pond for a visit to London? You know what’s cheaper, simpler and doesn’t require a passport? A trip to Brit’s Pub & Eating Establishment in downtown Minneapolis.