Tucked in the basement level of a historic St. Paul building, the Artists' Quarter has a subterranean, classic vibe evoking a bygone era. The club is owned by working jazz musicians, who designed a sound, look and feel for the optimal live experience.
With today's deal, Minnesotans can drive the winter cold away in proper Irish fashion: by drinking, eating, and telling wild tales and dirty jokes at the pub. For $10, you'll get $25 worth of hearty pub fare and drinks at Cork's Irish Pub, located in downtown St. Paul.Many inauthentic Irish Pubs fail this intensive certification process, but Cork’s Irish Pub easily passed, thanks to its tasty Irish food, bevy of beer options (chest pour optional), and a happy hour that has just the right amount of happiness.
Hockey memorabilia covers every wall at Tom Reid's Hockey City Pub, and Tom himself makes appearances regularly. Come game days, the bar fills with hollering fans cheering for the player with the best figure eight. The kitchen's menu of grilled burgers, sandwiches, and hot dogs blends traditional and unique takes on the pub fare. The Jet Burger tosses Canadian bacon, provolone, and mayo on a patty, and the Montreal Toastie sees an all-beef dog buried in mustard, coleslaw, and chopped onion on a hamburger bun. Tom's beer selection includes Canadian and local options, and the wine list ranges from red to white with rosé in the middle.
Manned by professional drivers, the pedal-powered Traveling Tap carts up to 16 passengers around Minneapolis and Saint Paul via one of three routes listed here. It's up to guests to supply their favorite beers, wines, or malt beverages which the personal bartender pours into cups or stores in the bar-on-wheels’ built-in coolers. Throw on your ear-flap cap and goulashes for early season rides or let the misting system keep you cool on warm summer days. Traveling Tap also boasts adjustable seats to fit all sizes, seat backs, and a smooth ride even Grandma would enjoy. Listen to tunes from a six-speaker overhead stereo while you take in the sights and sounds of the Twin Cities on each 7-mile-per-hour trek.