• Three Words: Brunch, Bubbly, Blooms!

     
    POSTED October 11, 2019
     
  • Three Words: Brunch, Bubbly, Blooms!

     
    POSTED October 11, 2019
     
  • Three Words: Brunch, Bubbly, Blooms!

     
    POSTED October 11, 2019
     
  • Three Words: Brunch, Bubbly, Blooms!

     
    POSTED October 11, 2019
     

Hotel Emery and Fleur de Lis are teaming up for a Brunch, Blooms and Bottomless Bubbly event on Sunday, Oct. 20. The event will include a family-style brunch from Emery's restaurant Giulia and executive chef  Josh Hedquist and a floral design session instructed by Fleur de Lis experts. With a lobby filled with lush greenery, Emery makes for the perfect location for a floral-focused event.

The class will feature seasonal blooms and modern foliage, both locally curated, for participants to arrange a seasonally appropriate bouquet to take home. The event is geared toward local Minnesotans and travelers staying at the hotel as Emery strives to offer community experiences that encourage both visiting and living in the city of Minneapolis. It's a great opportunity to gather, mingle and enjoy a delicious brunch with old friends and new ones.

The menu will feature Friko Eggs, Potato Pancetta Hash and traditional, unlimited orange juice Mimosas. Whether you come alone or with a friend, you'll definitely want to come hungry.

Tickets can be purchased in advance here.

W Minneapolis - The Foshay has introduced a new initiative “Welcome at W” that provides nonprofits complimentary use of its boardroom to help plan, prepare and propel Minneapolis to a new future. The Foshay was one of the first hotels in Minneapolis to adopt WeFrame, an innovative meeting room smart board technology that nonprofits can utilize. 

 

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Minneapolis, located in a new 34-story building at the top of Nicollet Mall, the city’s pedestrian thoroughfare, is expected to open its doors in June 2022. Only a few short blocks from the Mississippi River, the mixed-use complex also will serve as RBC Wealth Management’s U.S. headquarters.

The Highlights

 

On September 1, over 1,500 businesses across the country illuminated their buildings with red lights to draw attention to the devastation that the live events and performance art industries have faced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.