Five Independent Specialty Bookstores in Minneapolis/St. Paul

From mysteries to children’s books, you’ll find everything your bibliophile heart desires in the independent bookstores of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Here are my top five recommendations.

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Five St. Paul, MN Restaurants You Should Not Miss

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul are considered by many to be prime foodie destinations. Restaurants in both of these cities are on the cutting edge of gastronomy – including a commitment to “farm-to-fork” dish creation. For suggestions on where to eat in Minneapolis, see my post here [note to editor: link to one of my Minneapolis restaurant posts]. Here are my top five suggestions for stand-out restaurants in St. Paul.

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Five Minneapolis Resale Boutiques for Fashionistas

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul have a great vintage and secondhand shopping scene. Here are my top five suggestions for fashionistas looking for great resale finds in the Minneapolis. You never know what fabulous treasures await!

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Three Best Places to Shop for Handmade Goods in Minneapolis

From world class font artists to jewelry designers, there are many talented people artisans who live in Minneapolis. Luckily there are a few stores in the city that carry products that showcase this local talent (as well as the work of some national artists as well). Here are my three top picks.

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Three Kid-Friendly Day Trips from Minneapolis/St. Paul

The Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul) are wonderfully kid friendly. From children’s museums to tasty restaurants to please budding foodies, the MSP metro has plenty to offer families. There are also some great day trips you can take from Minneapolis/St. Paul as well. Here are three that are sure to please kids of all ages.

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