Looking for the best hipster hangouts in Minneapolis? Read on for a listing of a few of the best local hipster havens.
Have you ever heard the saying, “Don’t drink your calories”? Most nutritionists recommend saving your calories for food dishes instead of beverages. Shape Magazine put together a list to help steer you in the right direction when it comes to drink choices.
Want to feel like a VIP? Call ahead and request bottle service for your next night out on the town at these fabulous Minneapolis clubs.
Chino Latino was named one of 2012′s “Diner’s Choice: Top 100 Hot Spots” by Open Table users.
Bitters usually bring one thing to mind: an Old Fashioned cocktail. But it’s not just about cocktails anymore. Bitters are also used in sodas, food, even cotton candy.
For cocktail connoisseurs who enjoy drinking in a low-light atmosphere, the lights at the Bradstreet Crafthouse are playing a winning game of limbo.
Nestled under Ginger Hop and down the street from what is still Kramarzcuk’s, Honey occupies the space that used to be Jitters, and puts it to damn good use.
New numbers show binge drinking is a bigger problem than previously thought nationwide, including the Midwest.
This year, warm up at your local bar with some new creations interspersed with a few good throwbacks that will keep your senses sizzling even as the temperatures dip below zero.
Not interested in the same old bar computer games and there isn’t a decent sports game on in a hundred channels. How about bar trivia?
The Walker Art Center’s newest restaurant, Gather, a D’Amico restaurant which recently replaced Wolfgang Puck’s 20.21, offers a grand view of downtown Minneapolis from the inside — and out.
Nestled right next to the Seventh St. Entry in a space formerly occupied by a pizza joint and an Unbank, the Depot Tavern is an idea so staggeringly good, it’s amazing it’s taken this long to come to fruition.
With the Land of 10,000 Lakes just outside our doorstep, more and more people are venturing out on the water for a romantic getaway without having to travel far at all.
W.A. Frost & Company in Saint Paul’s Cathedral Hill neighborhood is most well-known for its patio, and rightly so. On summer afternoons, the trees that encircle provide ample shade and at night, the lights strung from the trees and along the fence twinkle between the leaves.