Food and Drink
Going out is fun, but who doesn't like a deal? Here are three spots to check out during happy hour in the Twin Cities.
On weekdays from 3-5:30pm, get $2 wine shots, $5 martinis and cosmos, $5 draft beer, and discounted appetizers, including $10 lobster fried rice.
A new Native-owned coffee shop is coming to Roseville next month.
- Makwa, which means "black bear" in Ojibwe, will be a rare independent coffee shop in an area filled with national chains.
The weather is warm and summer farmers markets have returned to Minneapolis.
- If you want to support local farmers and pick up some fresh produce, check out these markets open now.
Attention all Minnesotans who love their Mountain Dew: You can now buy boozy versions of the fluorescent beverage here in the state.
What's new: Hard Mtn Dew hit local shelves Monday, a spokesperson confirmed.
A new kind of brew is taking over Twin Cities breweries.
Driving the news: Instead of sitting empty until late afternoon, breweries across the metro have begun adding in-house coffee shops.
It's time to make plans! Here are our top things to do in the Twin Cities for May 13-15:
🎨 Shop prints, paintings, jewelry and more at the Micro Spring Art Fair in St. Paul this weekend. More than 20 local artists will display their work in three front yards on Grand Avenue. Free.
To turn dandelions into a delicious snack, Tim Clemens encourages you to think like a rabbit.
Driving the bites: As a member of the Twin Cities' growing foraging community, Clemens teaches nature-loving locals how to find — and eat — edible plants in their own backyards.
Did someone say rooftop? Enjoy a drink with a view at these Twin Cities spots as the weather warms up.
Details: A kitchen and bar with a year-round retractable glass enclosed dining room.
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