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Here are the four stories you need to know about for Tuesday, July 15. They include what two retailers hope will be your biggest shopping day of the year, and a great showing by a Minnesota Twin in the national spotlight.
March Madness brings people together. They want to compare brackets and share a meal, watching multiple games at one time, and one Minnesota company is making the most of this sports holiday.
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Twin Cities restaurants are gearing up for the Citrus Bowl. Even though the game is in Orlando, Fla., Buffalo Wild Wings regional manager Sue Benson said the Gopher team excitement should help restaurants gain many customers on New Year’s Day.
Find a bar where you can cheer for your favorite NFL team with fan mates.
The seemingly never-ending battle between Coke and Pepsi bubbled over Thursday when Pepsi signed an exclusive deal with Golden Valley-based Buffalo Wild Wings. And when we go out to eat, it’s always one or the other.
Dorito dust may be the new salt for more restaurant chains. PepsiCo Inc., which owns Cheetos, Fritos, Tostitos and other snacks, found success last year after teaming up with Taco Bell to create Dorito-flavored taco shells.
Buffalo Wild Wings has reached a sponsorship deal with the NCAA to be the “official hangout” of the March Madness men’s basketball tournament.
We’re now in Week 8 of the Sports Bar Challenge. Make your voice heard on where you love to watch the big game. Among these three choices, where would you go? The 508 Bar in Minneapolis, Buffalo Wild Wings or Champps?
Kenneth Dahlberg, who was 94, was a war hero, a successful businessman and an unwitting player in the Watergate scandal.
Minneapolis and St. Paul firefighters are bringing some heat to their food drive challenge with a hot wings eating contest.
It’s tournament time! Get your NCAA bracket together, a group of friends and head to any one of these sports bars/restaurants to enjoy the games on big screens while also getting some great deals on food and drinks. From city to suburbs, we’ve got you covered with several locations to take in your favorite college basketball games.
The Twin Cities bears the elite distinction of being one of only 13 major metropolitan areas to host teams from all major professional sports