Break out the sunscreen, this weekend just might top the freezing point. What better way to celebrate than heading out to some of the many fine brewing establishments around the Twin Cities? Here are some of the beer-focused activities and celebrations to check out this weekend. See also: Lift Brid ... More >>
See Also: Chastity Brown releases Back-Road Highways Local-by-way-of-Tennessee musician Chastity Brown is at her most Southern when she is chatting over drinks. She's effusive, laid back, and is thoroughly determined to just kick it, no pressure. This has been a big year for Miss Brown: her fourth ... More >>
Happy hour, irish-styleO'Donovan's Irish Pub700 First Ave. N., Minneapolis612.317.8896Hours and Details:Monday - Saturday, 3-6 p.m.Sunday, all day$4 pints of beer$4 rail drinks$4 house wineMonday - Sunday, 3-6 p.m.$3 onion rings$3 curry and chips$4 fish bitesHow does this homey downtowner do in t ... More >>
Even the sign is beautifulVincent - A Restaurant1100 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis612.630.1189Hours and Details:Monday-Friday, 4:30-6 p.m.Monday-Thursday, 8:30-9:30 p.m.Only in the lounge; no reservations taken$5 Signature martinis - cosmo and lemon drop$5 Bubble "Petillant" Cocktails (sparklers)$4 ... More >>
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