Kieran’s Irish Pub
The Minnesota Twins are just two days away from their first home game of the season. The team will play the Kansas City Royals in front of a sold-out crowd Monday afternoon. At the dawn of the new season, Target Field awakens from a long winter as workers ready the ball park for nearly 40,000 baseball fans.
These bars are a home run for Twins fans.
Warm up the Irish way.
Halloween is always a busy night in downtown Minneapolis, and it’s even busier when it falls on a Friday night. Many downtown bars are predicting this will be their busiest night of the entire year. As co-owner of Gluek’s Restaurant and Bar, Linda Rae Holcomb knows that Halloween on Friday means big business.
You can’t see the front door of Kieran’s Irish Pub, because it’s covered in plastic and the windows are boarded up. Owner Peter Kellin says business is down 27 percent since Block E renovations began.
Baseball is referred to as America’s favorite past time, but for four days it’s been Minnesotans who’ve celebrated the game like no other.
These are some of the preferred go-to spots in Minnesota for passionate Twins fans to snack before a game.
The warm up has started, and it seems, at long last, spring has arrived. Now many businesses across the Twin Cities are not wasting any time taking advantage of it.
Get ready to shake your shamrocks because it’s almost St. Patrick’s Day!
The Twin Cities entrepreneur behind Kieran’s Irish Pub, The Local, The Liffey, and Cooper pubs has sold his Irish whiskey brand to Beam Inc.
Enjoy longer days, warm breezes and the company of friends by trying one (or all!) of these terrific summertime watering holes in Minnesota.
The NBA’s 450 players and 30 team owners still have to sign off on the resolution, but if they do it will be good news for the Minnesota Timberwolves and great news for businesses around Target Center.
When meeting up with friends at a bar, if the first thing you say to them before hello is, “wait, let me check in” then you are part for the millions of connected foursquare users. Downtown Minneapolis saw a huge jump in check-ins in 2010.
Target Field is in the perfect location not only because of the beautiful view of Minneapolis’ skyline, but because of the many establishments surrounding it. In other words, there are a lot of bars in the area. So, whether you’d like to grab a drink before the game or after, here are some great bars near the Twins ballpark.