Go Organic

When you eat food in Minneapolis, you’re eating the food OF Minneapolis. Seriously. We have a strong agriculture community here, and the food they grow is sold at our many farmer’s markets, then bought up and served to you at these organic restaurants.

Morning
An all-organic bar? It sounds strange, but that’s Bryant-Lake Bowl. Not only can you bowl (yes, bowl), you can try brunch’s biscuits and gravy with free-range bison or veggie sausage. At Ecopolitan on South Lyndale, everything’s not only organic, but raw. Okay, it may sound a little shocking, but it’s delicious. Make sure to order a smoothie.

Afternoon
The Good Earth serves up some of the best organic fare in town, with delicious hot and iced teas to match. Their lunches are especially appetizing: fresh salads, sandwiches—even Mexican cuisine. Plus, you can take a stroll around the swanky Edina Galleria after your done tantalizing those taste buds.

Evening
For an intimate dining experience with a view that can’t be beat, try Spoonriver. Enjoy the views of the Stone Arch Bridge spanning the Mississippi while you savor the finest in natural cuisine from your patio table. Minnesota’s first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Deisgn (LEED) certified restaurant, Red Stag Supperclub is a Northwoods style supper club that strives to be a good citizen by serving local, organic foods and conserves resources by composting waste. Later For a decidedly bar crowd, get your body down to Bryant-Lake Bowl (okay, it’s a great breakfast/brunch stop, but it’s also an unbeatable late-night hangout). An award-winning beer list plus live entertainment—and yeah, bowling—equals a night to remember.

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  • Located on the east bank of the Minneapolis Riverfront District, the Northeast Business Association offers Old St. Anthony (the birthplace of Minneapolis) and 50-plus restaurants and retail shops.
  • Padelford Packet Boat offers narrated Mississippi River cruises May through September, as well as dinner and brunch, trips and private charters. St. Paul riverboats carry 315, 510 and 730 passengers.
  • Paradise Charter Cruises has been providing private charters on beautiful Lake Minnetonka and the Mississippi River for over 18 years. They are ideal for corporate or personal events, as they accommodate for groups from 10 to 150.
  • Pinstripes is a unique dining and entertainment venue, featuring a bistro with exceptional Italian/American cuisine and wine; bowling and bocce; a year-round outdoor patio and fire pit; and event space and meeting rooms accommodating 20-600 guests. Enjoy Sunday Brunch, lunch or dinner; private parties; weekend live blues and jazz; craft beer wine dinners; parents tot play dates and many other exciting promotions. We look forward to meeting you!
  • Running Aces Harness Park offers fun and excitement for all ages. Bet on live/simulcast races across the country, enjoy fine dining and take advantage of the sports bar open daily.
  • From sharks to sea turtles, and jellyfish to seahorses, SEA LIFE Minnesota Aquarium showcases over 10,000 sea creatures underneath the Mall of America. Throughout your 75 minute experience you will to come face to face with animals never before seen in Minnesota, giving you a new level of excitement and understanding of the world's oceans. You will be amazed by our 300 foot long tunnel and 1.3 million gallons of water.
  • Springbrook Nature Center is a uniquely diverse natural area of native habitats and wildlife. It has 127 acres of native prairies, oak and aspen forests, oak savannah, and extensive wetlands. Springbrook is a popular City of Fridley park, and is a destination for people from the greater Minneapolis St. Paul regional metropolitan area. Its three miles of hiking trails, floating boardwalks, and interpretive center live animal exhibits are an attraction for families, children and friends. Springbrook Nature Center is a jewel to be cherished and protected. Let the City of Fridley’s Springbrook Nature Center be your choice for a family adventure, or a quiet interlude, to learn about and enjoy the beauty and diversity of nature!
  • Don't miss your chance to explore Target Field, rated the #1 Fan Experience in all of major league sports by ESPN the Magazine! During your guided tour to Target Field, you'll see areas of the ballpark guests normally don't see. These spaces may include the press box, clubhouse, dugout and other premium areas (all subject to availability).
  • Come enjoy all the tastes the Twin Cities has to offer on our guided tours! Our walking food tours are a 3 hour experience sampling food at 5 local restaurants all while seeing the sites and learning about the history of the Twin Cities. Some sites include the Guthrie, Mill City Museum, Stone Arch Bridge, Pillsbury Mill, Mary Tyler Moore Statue, Mills Ruin Park, Mississippi River, tallest building in Minneapolis, the oldest street in Minneapolis and Skyways. Or join our Brewery or Winery Bus Tour to 3 local breweries or wineries. You'll enjoy private tours and get to sample some of the best local beer or wine around the Twin Cities. Join in tours are available daily or book a private tour for smaller or large groups. Please visit our website for booking a tour or contact us directly to schedule a private tour.
  • Enjoy guided biking and walking tours around the Twin Cities. Explore the sites and learn about the local history. The tours may include the historic riverfront and mill area, Nicollet Mall, the Walker Sculpture Garden, the Twin's Stadium, Minnehaha Falls, the city lakes and beyond. Experience one of the most bicycle friendly cities in the country. Get out, get active and enjoy our fabulous cities.

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