Dining Out

Wall mural at The Wild Hare restaurant.

Restauranteur Behind The Wild Hare Discusses Inspiration. Dariush Moslemi infuses his food with memories from another decade.

Few things are as timeless as a Wisconsin supper club, though perhaps red velvet is one of them. The two come together at St. Croix Falls’ Dalles House Supper Club Restaurant and Lounge; co-owner Sonya Fry took over the restaurant on the Minnesota–Wisconsin border in fall 2005.

During the day, Tin Bins in Stillwater might seem like your typical locally owned coffee shop.

Many in the St. Croix Valley are asking themselves this month, “How do you return the unconditional love only a mother can give?” In May, the month of mothers, you could agonize over which sentimental gift shows her how much you care, or you could give her the greatest gift of all—your time.

Whether you are planning an intimate summer date or a casual night out with friends, nothing quite compares to enjoying a cocktail and alfresco appetizers with unparalleled views of the lush St. Croix River Valley.

In a world that’s transfixed by “the new” and “what’s trending,” there also seems to be a renewed interest in the nostalgic traditions that somehow withstand an ever-evolving popular culture.

A natural divide separating the borders of two neighboring states, the St. Croix River has provided Minnesotans and Wisconsinites with commerce, transportation and sustenance since the first American Indians settled on its shores.