Select a setting your best friend will remember all his married life.
Sunday turned out to be a bit disappointing to some eager Bloody Mary drinkers.
The true test of a show is when you strip away all those elements and rely simply on the words of a script and the actor saying them. And “Fruit Fly” passes this test with flying colors.
A House committee on Wednesday is revisiting a century-old law forbidding the sale of liquor before 10 a.m. on Sundays.
A “one of a kind” restaurant in downtown Minneapolis is about to get even more unique. In four days, Hell’s Kitchen will open up a room built by Minnesotans for Minnesotans. So fittingly, it will be called the “Minnesota Room.”
In the world of Bloody Marys there aren’t many absolutes. The origin of the Bloody Mary is definitely not in dispute, except that it may be. It really depends on who you ask.
Musical Mondays pairs these two by offering audiences a taste of local performers, and offering local performers a space to explore their range of talent. So, I sat down with the people who are working to make everyone’s Monday a bit more musical, Max Wojtanowicz and Sheena Janson.
You made it to the weekend, and you deserve a sumptuous brunch with drinks as good as the food.
This Friday, Jan. 24 is National Peanut Butter Day. According to the National Peanut Board, it takes about 540 peanuts to make a 12-ounce jar of peanut butter, and Americans spend almost $800 million a year on peanut butter.
Mitch Omer is the owner of Hell’s Kitchen restaurant in downtown Minneapolis. Since the restaurant opened 12 years ago, Omer’s been making his own peanut butter.
A downtown Minneapolis restaurant decided to do something nice for a community that’s feeling the cold even worse than the Twin Cities. Hell’s Kitchen offered free brunch and Bloody Mary’s Saturday for any residents from Embarrass, Minn. The restaurant decided on the promotion because temperatures in Embarrass are reaching the same level as those registered by the Curiosity rover on Mars.
Soak up the libations from New Year’s Eve with a delectable brunch from one of the following restaurants in the Twin Cities.
According to a study out of UCLA, 5,000 same-sex Minnesota couples are expected to get married in the next three years. And that’s translating into a bit of a boom on the business side.
A local group is adding a twist to a night out on the town. It’s called “Wine and Canvas,” and the name pretty well speaks for itself.
The Festival of Lights is celebrated in many ways each year around the globe. Check out these events for celebrating Hanukkah in Minnesota.
Looking for the best local heavy metal Minnesota has to offer? Metal purists and modern metal fans alike are sure to find a local favorite from this inclusive list.
This week’s Best of Minnesota was one of the most popular yet for WCCO-TV’s Matt Brickman.
A young Minnesota hip hop artist is holding a concert to benefit ovarian cancer Thursday night. Nicky May, 19, said 10 percent of proceeds from the event at Hell’s Kitchen in downtown Minneapolis will go directly to the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance or MOCA.
Families have been dealing with higher prices for milk and corn, and now a kid-favorite is going to get a lot more expensive. The price of peanut butter could rise as much as 40 percent by next month.
Heading to a Twins game on an empty stomach and would like to dine before the game? Or do you expect to be hungry after an amazing victory from the Twinkies? Either way, here are some great restaurants near Target Field.
Sandwiched right in there between breakfast and lunch — it feels like a luxury to go out to eat for brunch. You get to sleep in and eat typical morning food. Here are a list of Some of the best brunches in the Twin Cities.