Each month at The Market at Malcolm Yards, a local bartender is paired with a local person of note to create a craft cocktail for that month, as well as raise money for a charity of their choice. This month’s Pride Edition brings Dan Oskey behind the bar along with

Lowertown and the livin’ is easy… Summertime in Lowertown is a vibe like no other. Just around the corner from Mears Park and down the street from CHS Field, you’ll find Dark Horse Bar and Eatery for all your patio needs. Often dog-friendly (check for hours) and with its own

Seeking a Fitzgerald-era St. Paul spot? Look no further. The corner of Selby and Western is the king of all patios and the best place to get a taste of old-school St. Paul high society. For a special occasion—which, really, can be any occasion—hang, W.A. Frost’s Garden Patio is one of the

Minneapolis–based foster and rescue program Save-A-Bull hosts a fundraiser today at Indeed. A full 100 percent of net proceeds go to the nonprofit, who rehome around 200 dogs each year. Plenty of pups and prizes on tap today with the beer! Find out more at saveabullmn.org. WED 5/31, 4:30 PM,

Old-World (i.e. European) wines get a lot of clout, but let’s face it—France and Italy get most of the spotlight. Yeorg Brewery is here to introduce us to another valuable, lesser-known wine region: Austria. Best known for riesling and don’t-ask-me-to-pronounce-it Grüner Veltliner, the seminar introduces a cacophony of other hidden-gem

Author Sarah Kieffer launches her new cookbook 100 Morning Treats tonight at The Lynhall with a conversation with author and TV host Zoe Francois of the Magnolia Network. Tickets to the event include a copy of the book and a chance to sample some of Kieffer’s newest creations. TUES 5/9,