Located in the vibrant Warehouse District of downtown Minneapolis, Hewing Hotel is a rustic and refined historic building with exposed timber and brick, tall ceilings and original industrial elements mixed with high-end interiors. The look extends into 7,500 square feet of meeting and event space, including two boardrooms, Andrews Ballroom and a private dining room.

In addition to unique gathering space, Hewing Hotel offers a variety of fun guest experiences that also can be booked for groups, including the popular Smoke Show. Taking place in an alley adjacent to the property, participants are invited to indulge in cocktail flights, dance to live music, enjoy light bites from the hotel’s restaurant, Tullibee, and browse a selection of cigars available for purchase through Perfect Ash. During Smoke Show, Perfect Ash offers expert advice regarding how to pair liquor such as rum and whiskey with the right cigar to complement and bring out the robust flavors in each.

Sun Country Airlines announced a major route expansion to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) adding 15 domestic destinations to its summer 2023 schedule, including three new cities not served by any other airline at MSP.    

 

New executive role reflects the company’s commitment to clients.

Skyline Exhibits in Eagan, Minnesota, a trade show exhibiting company, appointed industry veteran Mike Montgomery to the Skyline leadership team as senior vice president of client services. In this newly created role, Montgomery will strengthen Skyline’s relationships with clients, support customer growth, and elevate Skyline’s position as the leading provider of custom modular exhibits, the company said.

 

Some 35,000 people of Native American heritage call the Twin Cities home, and sites across the area have indigenous cultural roots.

Since winning the 2022 James Beard Best New Restaurant in the nation, Owamni by the Sioux Chef in Minneapolis has brought Native American cuisine to the forefront of fine dining in the eyes of foodies. It is one of many indigenous businesses in the Twin Cities.