Food & Drink
The Tiny Diner Farmers’ Market is back for it’s 5th season of providing fresh, locally grown food and great events to Minneapolis community. This year we have condensed our markets to take place in August and September when our farmers’ are experiencing the true bounty of the season. Come to the Tiny Diner market to find the best that our local farmers and producers have to offer as well as locally made crafts and art.
Join Kailen and celebrity guests on Thursday, May 10th for an exclusive look at our dating app and private members only club. Enjoy music, scrumptious cocktails, light bites, and yummy sweets as The Lodge introduces Minnesota’s elite and successful singles to their true ‘sweet.’
Please RSVP by calling (952) 544-5683
Warm up with local goods in the greenhouse!
A day of sampling all that Waconia Wine Country has to offer! Parley Lake Winery, Schram Vineyards and Sovereign Estate bring you a day of sampling, music, food and memories. Ticket includes (3) sample pours of wine, beer or mulled wine at each location.
Advanced Tickets: $35 per person (includes ALL wineries)
At The Door: $15 per person (only good for winery at which purchased)
us for the 6th Annual FREE Community Block Party at Golden Valley
Outdoor Worship at 10:30. Fun and activities for all
ages start at 11:30 and go until 3pm.
Bacon and beer lovers rejoice! After drawing sold-out crowds across the country, the Bacon and Beer Classic is coming to Minneapolis' Nicollet Island Pavilion on Saturday, April 15th, for the ultimate food and drink experience.
Join Boom Island Brewing Company for the anticipated release of the newest beer in the Spontaneous Series, Triple Brett! Fermented with 3 different strains of brettanomyces yeast and aged in French oak red wine barrels, Triple Brett is an American Wild Ale inspired by Belgian brewing tradition. Displaying a rich mahogany-to-chestnut color, the magic of Triple Brett comes from its brett-derived aromatics which lean towards fruit (pear, pineapple) and floral notes.
Valentine's Day is fast approaching, and the pressure builds daily to buy, buy, buy: the chocolates, the non-existent perfectly worded card, flowers, and perhaps the diamond ring. But for the rest of the population, the day represents another year flying solo with limited prospects and constant reminders everywhere that most people are happier than you. Let's face it: no matter what side of the fence you're on, Valentine's Day sucks.