Hey, remember a few months ago when I posted about the Winter Passport cocktail program and how it was a really great deal - and a stupidly great deal with a promo code? GUESS WHAT IT'S SUMMER PASSPORT TIME! It's bigger, it's better, it contains an ad for the USBGMSP, and there's a pick-up … Continue reading It’s Summer Passport Time! 134 drinks for $10!??!?
A couple of years ago, Summit Brewing and the Minneapolis Institute of Art teamed up and made a Tudor Ale for a special event at the museum. I was lucky enough to make it to the Summit taproom while they still had some and it was delicious and fascinating! I remember thinking it was a … Continue reading Booze for History Buffs
It's been a couple of weeks since 2019 rolled in and it's finally time to post the 2018 Bar Charts! I started keeping track of our bar visits in my Bullet Journal back in October 2017 and converted it to a spreadsheet early in 2018. As the year went on, I used this project as … Continue reading 2018 Final Statistics
I've now been tracking my bar visits in my Bullet Journal for a full year! I've also started a spreadsheet so I can run more stats on my bar habits, because I like data. Chris has actually nudged me into learning Python in the hopes of really upping my data analytics game. I hear these … Continue reading October 2018 Bar Stats
Do you want to drink more cocktails? Do you want to visit some of the best bars in the city? Do you like getting great deals on things? The Winter Passport launches today and you can get one 50% off! My friend Zach is managing the program here in Minneapolis and if you use … Continue reading Drink more, pay less.
If you want the daily breakdown with commentary, keep reading! If you want to skip to a list and map of our recommendations, click here. Friday - July 20th, 2018 The Carousel Bar & Lounge at the Hotel Monteleone Our flight landed about midnight and while I know New Orleans parties late, we knew we … Continue reading New Orleans – The Big List
New Orleans - July 2018 (I’ll be splitting this trip into two posts - this one is about my personal experience and the next will a more traditional list of people, places, and things.) A few months ago, my husband’s company announced that they would be having a work meeting in New Orleans in July. … Continue reading New Orleans & a Taste of Tales