Explore the St. Croix Valley by visiting these dining destinations located up and down the river.
Food & Drink
The St. Croix Valley might seem a far cry from the ocean this time of year, but stepping into the Tilted Tiki Tidbits and Cocktail Lounge will make you feel like you've landed in the tropics.
Venture just off the main drag in Stillwater, and you’ll find one of the top 25 wine bars in the United States, at least according to Travel + Leisure Magazine, the writers of which might know a thing or two about the subject.
The St. Croix Valley is full of amazing restaurants, but you don’t always need to dine out for a dinner to remember. This month, some of the Valley’s best restaurants share recipes for their most popular menu item, so you can make restaurant-quality dishes in your kitchen.
Who said only bikers are welcome at biker bars? At first glance, Shiners Bar and Grill, which sits off
February is here, and the countdown to amore is on—but we all know planning for Valentine’s Day can bring stress that’s anything but romance-inducing. Lucky for us, the St. Croix River area is blossoming with high-quality wineries, all within an easy drive.
Farm-to-table dining has exploded in recent years—more and more people are seeking out sustainable meals made from locally grown and ethically sourced ingredients—and the trend is taking over the alcohol industry as well.
The town of Prescott, Wis., is a waypoint. Waypoints are crossroad locations in which travelers ultimately determine whether to continue ahead or to change course. Situated at the confluence of the St.
The Midwest Dairy Council is a division of the Midwest Dairy Association, aimed specifically at nutrition research and education.
To succeed at Thanksgiving means throwing 10 turkeys into the air and catching all of them at once. There’s the cooking turkey, the cleaning turkey, the “I hope my home is big enough for everyone” turkey, and the trickiest turkey of all—your opinionated Aunt Ruth.