Nightlife & Music
Summer is here again, and with it comes Fourth of July parties all across the state. Where will you celebrate?
A few ideas for Fourth of July cocktails.
In Minnesota, several local bars are bringing back popular board games and making them available to bar-goers. Next time you’re in one of these neighborhoods, check out the local bar with the happening board games.
Recreational sports in bars make for good mixers. Bean bag toss is an especially good socializer because anyone can do it.
The island is calling you. If you’re currently unable to answer, try a rum cocktail at these local lounges and bars instead.
Everyone’s a soccer fan during the World Cup! Check out any of these bars that cater to the soccer fan and enjoy the games.
Five metro establishments stand out among the many that offer food and drink at desirable prices later in the evening.
If looking to dance the night away, be it with a group of friends or completely alone, these clubs will keep you moving.
Plug in to these great electronic bands in Minnesota.
Party hard for Cinco de Mayo at these local bars.
Here are four trendy, artsy and exclusive watering holes where hipsters hang out, plus one bonus bar for everybody.
You made it to the weekend, and you deserve a sumptuous brunch with drinks as good as the food.
As many as 40 bars host trivia matches every week night. Find one you like and join in the fun.
These five popular Minnesota cover bands deserve a look.
Watch hockey in one of the hockey state’s best bars.
Appreciate a craft beer in a Minnesota bar.
No need to sit at home on St. Patrick’s Day with so many fun bars to visit.
For a classy place to puff on the world’s best cigars, check out one of these Minnesota cigar bars.
The best places to have a drink and shoot some pool can be found right here.
If you’re looking for a solid place to drink while the sun is still out, try one of these local institutions.
A night of bowling is always a good time. For Minnesota’s best bowling alleys, check out this list.
The 2014 Winter Games are set to begin. Where are you going to watch?
The Vikings are out but that doesn’t mean you have to stay in during the Super Bowl this year.
Visiting local restaurants and bars is one of the best parts about traveling. Check out any of these old bars – most of which are older than America.
Find a sake site to suit your taste. Here are the five best places in Minnesota to find sake.