Heavy Table: "In a taste-off, Heavy Table’s judges were wowed by the ‘nice big pecans’ on the Baker’s Wife pecan pie, which was praised for its ‘nicely balanced’ gooey / crunchy texture and ‘great, caramel-y crust."
City Pages: "Voted as Best Liquor Store in the 2010 City Pages Best of the Twin Cities. The shop now boasts an epic wine selection, a thoughtful collection of unique 22-ounce beers, and a notable range of scotch."
Lynne Sturtevant: "This museum is incredible. Yes, there's fabulous fine art. But there are also many interesting objects from the ancient world to contemporary items. All in a glorious building. Do not miss it!"
Alex May: "It's hard to believe that there is such a beautiful waterfall and nature area so close to a bustling metropolitan area. Also, the in-park restaurant Sea Salt Eatery is a can't-miss! Try the Po-Boy!"
Lynne Sturtevant: "Edwardian-era palace linked to a contemporary cultural center. Great place to visit, cafe with tasty Swedish goodies and a gift shop. The Turnblad mansion is spectacular, over-the-top opulence."
Göran Gustav: "Go see the Christmas exhibit this year, they added a new room, the Mexican Christmas room is very well done, also the restored kitchen, pantry and servant dining room is a new surprise for this year."
HISTORY: "The first baseball game played here was a college game between the University of Minnesota and Louisiana Tech on March 27, 2010."
ESPN: "The admissions gates here are numbered according to Twins legends. LF is #6 (Oliva), CF is #3 (Killebrew), RF is #29 (Carew), Target Plaza (also in RF) is #34 (Puckett), and home plate is #14 (Hrbek)."