Monthly Archives: June 2014
In May 2014, the NFL announced that Minnesota had won its bid to host Super Bowl LII. Three finalists were vying to host the big game: New Orleans, Indianapolis and Minneapolis. After four rounds of voting and a secret ballot among team owners, it was Minneapolis that achieved Super Bowl victory.
“We appreciate the collaborative effort from Minnesota’s business and community leadership in putting together this winning bid,” said Vikings Owner/President Mark Wilf. “It was evident to me and my brother Zygi that the other NFL owners were extremely impressed with everything Minnesota had to offer, and we have no . . .
With so many staycation possibilities in Minneapolis, filling longer days with things to do is easy. The real challenge is deciding where to begin!
To help you get started, we’ve created a sample itinerary jam-packed with food and activity pairings, from morning ‘til night. Grab a friend or your partner, and get ready for an active foodie adventure in the city.
1. Isle Bun & Lake Calhoun
Start your day off at Isles Bun & Coffee in Uptown. Order a warm, house-made cinnamon bun, then wash it down . . .