WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Happy Hour In MinnesotaPatio season is upon us, and there's nothing like grabbing a drink and a bite with friends and family after work. WCCO's Natalie Nyhus reached out to our viewers to find the best happy hour in Minnesota. Your votes sent her to a Minneapolis institution: Brit's Pub.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Limo In MinnesotaBeing chauffeured in a stretch limousine is the ultimate display of luxury for the rich and famous. But from proms to weddings, just about everyone has at least one occasion that puts them in the backseat of a limo.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For MN’s Best Cupcakes No matter how old you are, a cupcake is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. In our search for the best in the state, more of you voted for this week's pick than any other "Best of Minnesota" winner. You sent me to the northwest metro to try Nadia Cakes in Maple Grove.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For MN’s Best Meat RaffleMeat raffles are as much a part of Minnesota culture as hot dish and hockey. And if you walk into a VFW or American Legion on a weekend night, it's a good bet you'll find one in progress. But where can you find the best?
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For MN’s Best Commercial SandwichDepending on which part of Minnesota you're in, you might call it an open-faced sandwich, a hot beef or a beef commercial. But the basics are the same: Bread, meat, mashed potatoes and lots of gravy. So who makes the Best in Minnesota?
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For MN’s Best Snowmobiling We're not quite done with winter just yet, and that means there's still time to enjoy your favorite winter activities -- like snowmobiling. I asked WCCO-TV viewers where the Best Snowmobiling in Minnesota can be found, and they answered. It’s in Crow Wing County.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For MN’s Best Romantic RestaurantValentine's Day is almost here and if you're still trying to figure out what to do, we've got you covered. I went in search of Minnesota's Best Romantic Restaurant, and your votes sent me west of the cities to Alexandria for Bella's on Broadway.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For MN’s Best Toy StoreChristmas is less than two weeks away now, so I figured it was high-time to do some shopping. And while Santa may do some of the heavy lifting, there are probably a few toys left on your list. So you guys sent me in search of Minnesota's Best Toy Store.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For MN’s Best Wild Rice SoupWith snowflakes falling Thursday, we are entering the peak of soup season. And in Minnesota, that means wild rice soup. It's as much a part of the diet here as hot dish. But who makes the best? Your votes sent me to Monticello to try a bowl at the Cornerstone Cafe.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For MN’s Best Bowling AlleyNow that the weather is getting colder, many of us will be switching to indoor activities -- like bowling. So this week, we asked for your help in finding Minnesota's best bowling alley. You picked Cedarvale Lanes in Eagan.
Viewers' Choice For MN's Best Grilled Cheese: Don's Cafe In MorrisThere aren't many foods that bring back more memories than the grilled cheese sandwich. But who makes Minnesota's best grilled cheese? Viewers' votes sent Matt Brickman to Don's Café in Morris, Minn.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For Best State Fair Ride: The Giant Slide Your favorite ride – the Giant Slide -- has become an icon over the last 45 years. It’s a tradition for many Minnesota families, but none more than the Pittroffs.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For MN's Best Campground: Boundary WatersWith the Fourth of July just a week away, WCCO viewers picked out Minnesota's Best Campground. And the Boundary Waters came out on top. After 30 minutes of paddling in search of the campsite, it's obvious that camping in the BWCA is a little different than at other campgrounds.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For Best Water Park: Cascade BayNow that it's started to warm up, a lot of us are looking for a way to cool off. That means a trip to the pool, or – even better -- the water park.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Small-Town Ballpark: MiesvilleIn the summer months, small towns in Minnesota are brightened by the sights and sounds of townball. Amateur baseball has been a tradition in this state for almost a century, and for some towns the ballparks themselves are as much an attraction as the game.