Kaskaid Hospitality announced that Quincy Hall, located on Quincy Street in Northeast Minneapolis) is booking events for its official debut in September 2018. Quincy Hall is a bold 20,000 square foot space in the heart of Northeast Minneapolis, that can accommodate up to 1,000 seated guests and 2,500 people reception-style. In addition, the venue features soaring 40-foot vaulted ceilings and a 8,000 square-foot outdoor patio.
Minneapolis’ new event venue has a lot to offer.
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St. Louis Park is so close to Minneapolis, the two cities actually share a ZIP code. That proximity though does not necessarily lead to a crazy urban environment. St. Louis Park blends the best parts of Minnesota’s largest city with suburb amenities. Free parking, great shopping and a bustling social scene compliment a variety of experiences and activities perfect for meeting and event groups. We’ve highlighted a few of our favorites here.
It’s hard to think of any place more creative than an art gallery, theater or museum. Places where things—artwork, exhibits, productions—are always changing. There’s hardly a reason to reinvent yourself when what you’re off ering so often varies.
Even still, these venues fi nd themselves itching for a structural change. And many of these Minnesota cultural institutions have made updates and undergone face-lifts—large and small—that have catapulted themselves into further creativity, allowing planners to host events with barely a thought on the décor aspect.
Now that the ground has thawed, the days are getting longer, and we've (hopefully) seen the last lingering springtime snowfall, it’s time for Minnesotans and visitors alike to get outside and explore the Twin Cities. Radisson Blu’s #BluRoutes offers pre-planned routes for runners, walkers and joggers alike that start and end at either the Mall of America or locations across downtown Minneapolis. Whether you’re after a brisk morning jog or a leisurely stroll between meetings, #BluRoutes offers a chance to get some exercise and sightsee on foot.
Oink and Moo, a food truck that has operated in New Jersey since 2012, is making big news! The truck is known throughout NJ towns like Hoboken and Asbury Park, but after expanding to Philadelphia, it won a Vendy award for Rookie of the Year. Now, The Daily Meal has rated Oink and Moo the No. 2 best food truck in the United States. The food is straight up BBQ—beef brisket or pulled pork sliders, chili, tacos, quesadillas, and ribs.