The tradition of wassailing — caroling and drinking — began in the 1500s in southern England. Since its inception, the Wassail Bowl has been filled with some version of spiked cider. The recipe that is served seasonally at W. A. Frost in St. Paul has been on the menu continuously since they opened in 1975
Big your furry friend along to these local restaurants.
As the weather cools, warm up with a cocktail from one of the the following Minnesota restaurants, bars and lounges.
Haven’t visited Saint Paul’s Cathedral Hill neighborhood? Here are a few of the places you have to try.
Last week, we took a look at places to dine al fresco in Minneapolis. Now it’s St. Paul’s turn. Here are a few great spots to check out while the weather is still so obliging. Long-time favorite W.A. Frost has a gorgeous patio behind the venerable restaurant, shaded by beautiful trees and very much a respite from the world. When the weather is nice, get there early—it’s very popular.
Looking for something to sip on to unwind after a long week at work? Well don’t settle for the ordinary! Check out the list of some of the extraordinarily tasty cocktails in the Twin Cities. […]
For a couple of cities that see twice as many winter months than summer, it’s truly awesome that we have such an overwhelming selection of patios to soak in those brief summer rays.
The warm-weather season in the Twin Cities may be remarkably short, but the list of places to enjoy it is surprisingly long.
Everyone’s favorite corporate-created holiday is just around the corner. Yes, it’s the day that makes every single girl cringe and every married man dig deep in his pocketbook. But one day a year shouldn’t be the only time you enjoy a little romance.
Last week I did a roundup of great places in Minneapolis to visit for enjoying our all-too-short outdoor-dining season. Never fear — St. Paul has plenty of spots to stop, relax, eat and imbibe as well. Next week I’ll take a look at the suburbs, so weigh in — where are the great outdoor dining spots outside of Minneapolis and St. Paul?