The 3,400-square-foot club can seat more than 150 people in the lounge areas, at cocktail and dining tables and a long communal table. The bar has 15 flat-screen TVs to offer views of the live game from every seat. Luxury finishes include Cambria countertops and walnut details throughout. In addition to enjoying dinner and drinks here during Minnesota Wild games, be sure to include The Reserve in your plans when coming to Xcel Energy Center for concerts and special events. This lounge is open to all guests with suite level tickets or reservations
Xcel is the home to MN Wild Hockey, but also holds various concerts and shows throughout the year.
The "X" hosts the MN Wild hockey team as well as setting the stage for popular artists of all genres to stop during national concert tours.
It doesn't really feel like winter in State of Hockey's Capital City until you've made a trip to the Xcel Energy Center for a Minnesota Wild game. The 2019 Isobel Cup Champion Minnesota Whitecaps—the professional women's team returns for year two at Downtown's TRIA Rink after bringing home the…
MN Wild Hockey, concerts, rodeos, & many other events. It is connected to the RiverCentre & Roy Wilkins Auditorium. The Science Museum is across the street. Located near Rice Park, too.
“The oldest active theater in St. Paul, the Fitzgerald opened in 1910 as the Sam S. Shubert Theater and was a movie house in the 1930s. Since 1980, it has been owned by Minnesota Public Radio, which refurbished its stage in 1986 to create a permanent home for Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion. A delight inside for its period architecture, the Fitz has a place on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and is also home to such events as MPR’s author series Talking Volumes.”
“Informal wine bar, bottle shop, bakery & restaurant featuring globally inspired American fare.”
“This is one of the best authentic Mexican restaurants around. Often times you will be serenaded by a mariachi band while dining in. ”