Things To Do In Maplewood


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  • Minnesota Wild
    The Minnesota Wild put up a 25-12-4 record at the Xcel Energy Center last season, giving crowds plenty of reason to cheer, chant, and toast each other. With goal-focused pucksmen Mikko Koivu and Martin Havlat leading the way this season, the Wild are poised to bury the Predators and the Red Wings—both Western Conference rivals and 2010 Stanley Cup playoff teams—in a hailstorm of supersonic slapshots and seamless shift changes. Your suite seating will let you watch the sub-zero spectacle of your choice from within the confines of a fan-friendly pod of sheltered luxury. The Xcel Energy Center will fuel your full-throated cheering and creative high-fiving throughout the evening with a hot dog, chips, a cookie, and a soda or water.
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    3001 White Bear Ave
    Maplewood, MN US
  • AuseGolf
    TPI-certified golf-fitness instructor Angie Ause tailors 60-minute private tutorials to each pupil's skills and golf goals. After students display current swing mechanics with their own clubs or a set supplied by Angie, V1 video analyses provide a visual breakdown of the day's lesson, aid apprentices in studying their techniques, and showcase any post-swing pirouettes missed by the naked eye. Participants with six sessions under their belt qualify for a TPI evaluation, which improves swing and strength by combining a physical assessment, an HD-video playback of the session, and 18 individualized video workouts that improve swing imbalances.
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    1815 Van Dyke Street
    Maplewood, MN US
  • Brooks Bollinger Youth Football Camp
    Former NFL quarterback and current Hill-Murray head football coach Brooks Bollinger molds blossoming gridiron players into bona fide ballers during an intensive four-day instructional camp. Alongside a team of fellow coaches and special guests, Bollinger and his staff focus on football fundamentals, with crash courses in offense, defense, and special teams. Skill-specific drills will prepare athletic students for a range of in-game scenarios and introductions to rules and terminology such as "in motion" and "run the other way" emphasize gamely discipline. Basic leadership and sportsmanship customs are stressed throughout the camp, and each aspiring Howie Long is rewarded with a T-shirt and a newfound respect for the dynamics of physics.
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    2625 Larpenteur Avenue East
    Maplewood, MN US
  • Anytime Fitness
    Anytime Fitness, which boasts more than 1,800 clubs in North America, makes it easier for average folks to etch out time for exercise by doing one simple thing: staying open 24 hours a day for 365 days a year. As fitness seekers challenge themselves on cardio and Hammer Strength machines and hoist Iron Grip free weights in clean, well-stocked facilities, security monitoring ensures they?re safe and producing enough sweat to meet official government standards. Members can also ramp up their exercise regimens with the help of Anytime Fitness?s staff of personal trainers, who demonstrate moves and sling motivating tips. After workouts, guests can shower in the private restrooms or hop into one of the tanning booths available 24 hours a day.
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    2515 White Bear Avenue
    Maplewood, MN US
  • Jammin' Wings
    Jammin' Wings celebrates the flavors of the Caribbean with jerk chicken served eight ways. Chefs toss the meat into sandwiches and calzones, smother it in alfredo sauce, cut it into strips, tuck it inside tacos and burritos, and sprinkle it atop salads and pizzas. The rest of the menu offers Mexican-inspired quesadillas and nachos, and classic American burgers and wings. TVs line the wall above the bar, and patrons can toss back a choice of 15 different beers on tap while watching live sporting events. On select nights, live bands and DJs play dance-worthy tunes from reggae to polka. And out on the patio, umbrellas shield guests during the day, while faux palm trees light up under the night sky.
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    1900 County Rd. D
    Maplewood, MN US
  • The Dog House Bar and Grill
    The Dog House's endlessly edible bill of eats accumulates a satisfying variety of burgers, dogs, sammies, fish, and fried chicken. Settle disagreeable hunger grievances with the justice of comfort foods such as the pulled-pork sammie ($7), then follow its order to pick up a hefty portion of fried pickles ($6) and deep-fried onion straws ($6). The St. Bernard chicken rescues hungry taste buddies with a fine cut of grilled chicken blanketed in cheese, bacon, and mushrooms ($9), and the half rack of St. Louis–fashioned Rottweiler Ribs ($11) fills diners with a satisfaction paralleled only by watching a Meg Ryan romantic comedy. Guests can also quell burger cravings with one of six options, including The Great Dane, a mammoth patty piled with blue cheese, bacon, and mushrooms ($8), or choose to ebb the rising tide of seafood desires with the hand-battered Fish and Collie Chips ($10).
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    2029 Woodlynn Ave
    Maplewood, MN US

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