Food & Drink

Tucked into a touristy block on Cascade Street just a paddle’s shake away from downtown Osceola, Wis., sits Tippy Canoes Sports Pub and Grub.

On a summer weekend, Brookside Bar and Grill easily serves that many in a day—more during the art fair or motorcycle rallies.

Ask friends to describe Hudson’s Urban Olive and Vine, and you might get a variety of answers. It’s a tea shop. It stocks flavor-infused olive oils.

It seems as if everyone has a favorite go-to flavor at Nelson’s Ice Cream in Stillwater.

Time’s running out on the seasonal tap from Lift Bridge that’s created a summery stir this past season.

Idyllic summer traditions have certain clauses written into their margins. A trip to the cabin or a visit to a campsite sound promising until you begin ticking through your mental checklist: Tent packed, permit purchased, personal time taken off work, and don’t forget the rain gear just in case!

Even the walls of Club 304 breathe an air of history into the building that has stood at 304 Second St. in Hudson since 1871.

Have a drink.
The taproom is open Thursday through Sunday, serving up house brews, local guest taps, cold-brew coffee and kombucha. (It can all be canned on-site if you’re stocking up for a trip down the Kinne.)

The St. Croix River—local businesses, homes and even this magazine are all built around the great body of water. It’s no surprise that any spot offering a vantage point of the Valley’s crowning glory would be popular among residents and visitors alike.

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