Hubert's By The Stadium May Become GastropubWhen U.S. Bank Stadium opens next summer, many sports fans will have to find a new place to gather. Hubert's is reportedly selling and will become a gastropub, or a high-end beer and food restaurant.
Best Baseball Bars In MinnesotaNothing beats going to the game, but when you just want some good old fashioned baseball, these bars aren’t too shabby either.
Wolves Ticket Demand Explodes With KG's ReturnBy the reaction of Minnesota Timberwolves fans at Hubert's next to the Target Center in downtown Minneapolis, you would have thought the Kevin Garnett of "old" was coming back. Not the 38-year-old KG. "I grew up watching him play and I met him a couple times," fan Antonio Benavides said. "I'm excited. I'm beyond excited, I'm so happy."
Later Bar Close, Light Rail Construction All Part Of Mpls.' Prep For All Star Gamehe Minnesota Twins open their home season at Target Field in Minneapolis on April 7, and this summer they will host one of baseball's premier events, the 2014 All Star Game. The mid-summer classic will bring national media attention and hundreds of thousands of visitors to Minneapolis. Downtown Minneapolis bars and restaurants already have their calendars marked.
Vikings Fans Gather For 'Dome-O Arigato, Dome' SaturdayMinnesota Vikings fans will celebrate anything, from a big win to a new coach. On Saturday, purple-clad faithful will gather at Hubert's across the street from the Metrodome, as its iconic white roof is deflated. The event, coined “Dome-O Arigato,” which in Japanese means “thanks a lot,” will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lynx Hosting Viewing Party At Hubert's ThursdayLooking to cheer on the Minnesota Lynx Thursday night but don’t have a spot to watch the game? Head to Hubert’s in downtown Minneapolis. The Lynx travel to Atlanta Thursday for Game 3 of the WNBA Finals and have a 2-0 lead over the Dream in the series.
Not Everyone Enjoying Vikings' 'Home Game' In LondonLike the Vikings themselves, Hubert's Sports Bar across the street from Mall of America Field has a loyal fan base of their own. "We have people who have been coming in for years," manager Jody Anderly said. "They have their favorite table, their favorite server, and they're not going to vary their routine at all."
Minn.’s Losing Teams Hurt Businesses’ Bottom LinesMinnesota sports fans are likely tired of the old saying "we'll get ‘em next year."
Twins Opener Gives Fans, Businesses Sense Of RenewalIt wasn't just the sun that had people smiling in downtown Minneapolis Friday afternoon -- baseball was back in Twins territory.