Pracna on Main

Acquired by Frank Pracna in 1884, Pracna on Main is the oldest restaurant on the oldest street in Minneapolis. After World War I and Prohibition, Peter Hall bought the property in 1969 and began restoring it into the venue it presently resembles.Today, all sorts of events can be hosted from corporate dinners to small meetings in the historic structure, with room for 150 seated and 275 cocktail style. Guests will love the historic aspect of the venue-including a reputed brothel-type past during Prohibition-as well as the lovely features including stained glass, a fireplace and stylish woodwork.

Just minutes from the buzz of downtown Minneapolis, The West End Conference Center is a haven for meetings and events. With smart, distraction-free conference spaces, loads of free parking and walkable post-meeting fun, this St Louis Park gem is a win-win for everyone.

 

Your meetings and events aren't confined to one place, so why should your bar be? Take your tap to go with a mobile bar at your next shindig.
 
Hitch & Sip
Hitch & Sip first opened its restored 1970s trailer in May 2018 and has been serving corporate happy hours, trade shows, client appreciation events and more ever since. The cash bar can be set up indoors or outdoors and is entirely customizable.

 

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