North Loop has evolved into one of the most desirable Minneapolis neighborhoods, certainly for Millennials and Gen Zs. During summer’s haze, Target Field is the place to be for so many, not just baseball fans. Its unique blend of architecture, atmosphere, city skyscapes, local beer, classic eats, and towering home runs has Minnesotans returning time and time again to cheer on the Twins.
Don’t forget about the many timeless bars in Minneapolis that continue to serve stiff cocktails, classic tallboys, and trendy seltzers in a fun atmosphere. And, luckily for you, Minnestay’s city lofts and luxury estates are just a short walk, Lime ride, or Uber shuttle from the hippest watering holes in the state’s largest city.
By now, you likely know all about the Twin Cities’ soaring craft beer scene in both lively Minneapolis and understated St. Paul. But a new movement has officially caught the attention of those with a fondness of fine spirits: craft distilling. Minnesotans never lost their desire for beautifully-concocted cocktails after Prohibition was repealed. However, it wasn’t until the 21st century that highly-skilled entrepreneurs once again began to mull over the idea of building a distillery in Minneapolis from scratch, using nothing but grit, dexterity, and passion for spirits. Today, micro-distilleries are popping up all over the Twin Cities like dandelions [...]
Locating a bachelor party in Minneapolis during the summertime is as easy as walking with your head up along Nicollet Mall or Hennepin Avenue on a Saturday night. Oftentimes, a bachelor party and a bachelorette party cross paths in-between nightclub stints and simply high five, giggle, or hoot and holler. As someone who has planned, executed, and survived a rousing bachelor party in Minneapolis, this article is packed with insider knowledge, hidden gems, and necessary stops. It’s also worth noting that Minnestay, one of the state’s largest vacation rental management companies, has a fleet of luxurious city lofts on all [...]
Minnehaha Falls remains frozen mid-spill as if time stands still. The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden’s pristine grounds are blanketed in several layers of snow. Residents and travelers alike continue to seek refuge from the cold by slipping into award-winning craft breweries, upscale restaurants, and sleek coffee shops. And yet, spring is so close that we can practically see the lapping waves of the newly-thawed Lake of the Isles, smell in the wildflowers inside Eloise Butler Bird Sanctuary, and feel the sun’s golden rays baking our skin for the first time since early October. That’s right: music festival season is practically just [...]