Going Out

Two beers, one dark and one light

We’ve rounded up the best ways to celebrate Oktoberfest, that quintessentially German tradition, around Lake Minnetonka. Prost!

Nothing puts a gleam in Randy Guyer’s eye like the gleam of an immaculately restored, classic automobile.

Dermot Cowley grew up in Ireland, and there are two things running through his veins: a devotion to his country and its culture, and a deep love for the hospitality industry.

For months before the gates open for throngs of Minnesota State Fair-goers, some local residents are planning their foray to the fair. But mapping out food stands, scoping exhibition sites and plotting prime parking spots are not on their to-do lists.

Summer and music: two things that Minnesota undoubtedly knows how to do right. This summer, Victor’s on Water will be continuing its Victor’s on Vinyl music series, inspired by a Billboard Magazine article.

A huddle of New Yorkers descends narrow steps into a basement jazz club—toward trumpet honks and piano-key trickles.

The view of Lake Minnetonka is so well-known to locals that we could almost paint it perfectly with our eyes closed. Get a new perspective on this familiar view with a Lady of the Lake cruise on June 18, Father’s Day.

The old vibe of the Minnesota Children’s Museum was decidedly wild and zany—a jumble of bright purples, reds and greens on the walls made for a look that was becoming dated.

It’s called Trivia Mafia because the organization has monopolized bar trivia in the Twin Cities. The group of five or so individuals pushes out a new set of 30 questions every day.

West Seventh Street on St. Patrick’s Day feels like a cold-weather Mardi Gras. Check out:

The Liffey, 175: A line forms around 1 p.m. Get there at 8 a.m. and ready yourself for Guinness and corned beef.

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