Bradstreet Crafthouse is a familiar name but an all-new restaurant. Originally a cocktail lounge in the Graves 601 hotel, the hotel has since been sold but the Graves family kept the Bradstreet name and recrafted it in Lowry Hill.
Craving a craft cocktail? Satisfy your craving at these best cocktail bars in Minnesota.
Whether you’re a a famous actor, politician, musician or average Joe looking for a drink after work, you can’t beat a well-made martini. Check out these Twin Cities haunts for a martini made just right.
Shaken, stirred or on the rocks, these classic watering holes in Minnesota won’t disappoint.
When it comes to creative cocktails, the Twin Cities has no shortage of places to go to grab one with the guys, the girls or while out on a date. Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet, sour, spicy or bold, there is definitely a drink for you nearby. Two bars downtown, Union Restaurant & Rooftop and Bradstreet Crafthouse, and one bar in Uptown, Primebar, feature some of the most creative cocktails around.
For cocktail connoisseurs who enjoy drinking in a low-light atmosphere, the lights at the Bradstreet Crafthouse are playing a winning game of limbo.
Looking for something to sip on to unwind after a long week at work? Well don’t settle for the ordinary! Check out the list of some of the extraordinarily tasty cocktails in the Twin Cities. […]
I’ve always felt that a hotel bar has an air of mystery to it. You get people from who knows where gathering in one place looking for who knows what. How many movie scenes portray that? I can think of a few right away.
So, turns out “Sex and the City 2” wasn’t the movie of the year. It wasn’t even a contender. But I still argue that wasn’t the point.