Spring Sports

Take in a baseball game, eat amazing pizza and sample some local brews. It's all in a sports-filled spring day in Minneapolis. Check out the full itinerary.


If you're going to spend an exciting day at Target Field, you might as well stay at one of the most luxurious historic hotels in the city. Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot is located at the historic Milwaukee Road Depot. Wake up and grab some eggs at Charley's Grill. You'll need your energy for the day ahead!  >>>



We could tell you what to do before the game, but every sports fan is different. So take a look at this list and pass some time before the game. Metro Transit has transportation covered all throughout your journey through Minneapolis today. In the words of a famous philosopher, “Go do things." 


For lunch before the game, there’s no better place than Rock Bottom Brewery. Not only do they have awesome pre-game food stuffs (burgers, wings, jalapeno pretzel sticks), but they’re their own brewery, too. They make six special beers that you can only get if you go to their restaurant, and the types of beer vary greatly.  



Yes. The time has come, and you should be ecstatic. There’s nothing better than outdoor baseball, and the Minnesota Twins have one of the top ballparks in North America. Head on down to Target Field, home of the 2014 All-Star Game, and enjoy some baseball under the sun in that cool, 70 degree Minnesota weather.



Continue the winning streak after the game with an award-winning steak at Murray’s Steakhouse. Insider fact: The recipes of Pat Murray’s mother, Marie, are still kept under lock and key, and only the family is privy to the secret behind the supper club’s legendary garlic toast.” –Carla Waldemar.