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The Spam Museum :: Austin, Minnesota

July 28, 2011 by  
Filed under Attractions

There is still time to prepare for one of the great anniversaries of 2012. Yes, this year, Spam turns 75! No, not those annoying unsolicited email advertisements that offer you things you don’t even want and aren’t entirely sure are physically possible; the first internet spam message wasn’t sent until 1978. We’re talking Spam, with a capital S and a registered trademark symbol. You know: “Pork, water, salt, sugar, spices” and a few preservatives packed in a blue and yellow can with rounded corners. This icon of commercially-produced comfort food was first introduced by Hormel Foods in 1937. Read more

Hell’s Kitchen :: Minneapolis, Minnesota

March 22, 2010 by  
Filed under Nightlife & Dining

Hell’s Kitchen in Minneapolis is a must see if you find yourself lucky enough to be in Minnesota’s most populated and beautifully unique city. Super close to the Orpheum Theater, The Target Center, and the Minnesota Shubert Performing Arts and Education Center, it’s the perfect place to visit after a fun night out. The name of the restaurant would suggest a bill of fare right from a volcano, but don’t let the name fool you. The food is damn good and plentiful. Hell’s Kitchen is located underground and it is open 7 days a week. Frequented by chefs, the food is original, fun, bountiful and freshly prepared for each individual diner. The results are tasty and best of all it was created for you in the most casual of settings. The restaurant boasts of award winning peanut butter, homemade ketchup, and other sundry items as well as a full bar and great service. Read more

Mall of America :: Minnesota

February 18, 2010 by  
Filed under Attractions

Covering more enclosed floor area than any other mall in the entire United States, Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota is a testament to consumerism and capitalism like no other. Not simply a parking spot for retailers, Mall of America is a hot bed of entertainment, dining, events, and so much more. You could easily come here every day for a week and still not experience everything they have to offer. Opened in 1992, it is undergoing an expansion project that has it poised to become the official largest mall in America, both in retail space (where it is currently second) and in floor area. This expansion project is expected to include Read more

Viking Inn :: Minnesota

December 28, 2009 by  
Filed under Hotels

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Smack in the middle of Minnesota sits a truly unbelievable bed and breakfast. If the cold Midwestern winters make you think of the fury of the Norse gods, then take shelter at the Viking Inn. Also called the Nordic Inn Medieval Bed and Brew, this fantastic lodge does well to live up to its many names. Located in Crosby, Minnesota, the Viking Inn’s recipe is a little bit history, a little bit fun, a touch of romance, and ta-da; a magic place to relax your cares away. Read more

Heidi’s :: Minneapolis

November 17, 2009 by  
Filed under Nightlife & Dining

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Delicious food, great service, and reasonable prices are what Heidi’s Minneapolis is all about. Tucked away in southwest Minneapolis, Minnesota is this gem of a little restaurant run by the celebrated chef Stewart Woodman. Read more

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