By now, there’s a good chance you’ve sent your special someone flowers for Valentine’s Day. And you may have dinner plans waiting for you. It’s all part of the Valentine’s Day rush for Twin Cities businesses. Many began preparing for this day weeks in advance, and it’s one of those holidays that brings in big business, according to Stephanie Hagen of Spruce Flowers and Home in south Minneapolis.
This week, it’s all about DeRusha Eats: Date Night Edition. With the State Fair going, that’s traditionally one of the slowest times of the year for non-fair restaurants, and it’s a great time to try out a place you’ve been waiting to get into.
Attention campers: the online reservation system at Minnesota’s state parks is back up and running.
It’s standard practice for a hotel to require a credit card number when you book a room. Now, some restaurants are asking the same from customers who are reserving a table.
A new system to reserve your campsite in Minnesota has been shut down.
The Minnesota State Park reservation system is closing for two months for an online makeover.
The end of the state government shutdown may have led to the shattering of an old record, as Minnesotans flocked to make state park reservations.
Federal authorities say they’ve moved to stop a ring suspected of illegally netting and selling walleye on two Indian reservations in northern Minnesota.
State campground reservations are now open for business in Minnesota.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen is taking reservations for what it’s billing as the best outdoor party of the summer.