The nominations are in. Now it's time for you to cast your vote in our Readers' Choice contest.
Monday, July 30, 2012
Friday, June 22, 2012
Where do you take a date or your honey if you want to turn on the romance?
Soft music, candlelight and a delicious meal make for a perfect romantic evening. Unfortunately, Richfield doesn't boast many intimate bistros or cafes. But, we could be wrong. That said, if you are really looking for a romantic evening out, where do you go? Patch wants to know. Nominate your favorite spot in the comments below. We will take nominations starting this week. Nominations end July 9 and voting will run from July 23 to Aug. 17. See all the categories for the 2012 Readers' Choice.
Monday, February 13, 2012
It’s possible to enjoy romance while still being frugal.
Valentine’s Day needn’t be about spending money to prove your affection. After all, it’s supposed to be a celebration of love, which is supposed to be priceless. Here are some Richfield Patch suggestions for a Valentine’s date that won’t break the bank: Cook a Romantic Dinner Fancy restaurants are all well and good, but the meal will be even more meaningful to your valentine if you cook it yourself. Mint Life offers a handy list of seven romantic meals, all of which cost less than $10 (and more important, a bit of effort) to prepare. Go Ice Skating There’s nothing more beautiful than a night under the stars, except maybe a night under the stars with your loved one. Bring your valentine to the nearest rink, for a loving lap around the ice, …
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Five things to do this weekend.
1) Chili Cook-Off When: Saturday, Oct. 1 at 5:30-9 p.m. Where: Catholic Church of Saint Richard Why Go: Be the judge of all the best Chilies in town and enjoy live music from The Bad Larry’s. Price: Free admission 2) Johnny Appleseed Bash When: Saturday, Oct. 1 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Where: Utley Park Why Go: Join the altruistic family fall fun with live music, games, food and more. Price: Free general admission, tickets for food and games will be available for purchase at the park. 3) Pat's Tap When: Daily Where: 3510 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis Why Go: Swing by the newly opened Pat’s Tap (formerly Casey’s) for some microbrews, homemade cheese-its and vintage skee-ball. Price: Free admission, food and beverage items vary. 4) Saturday Date …
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Looking for something to do with your favorite couple? Want an upscale experience for a good price? Patch has just the thing.
When’s the last time you went on a double date? Well, bring your appetite and another couple any Thursday night to The Melting Pot in downtown Minneapolis to enjoy a fondue experience. The three-course dinner includes your choice of a cheese, meat and dessert fondue. Each course offers a variety of options and pairings to choose from. Start with a blend of Wisconsin cheeses for the first course, move onto seafood and steak for the main course, and top it off with a chocolate and marshmallow swirl for desert. To see the full menu, click here. The best part? Not only do you get to simmer and cook your own food to your liking, but The Melting Pot’s double date night costs just $80 for all four people—which is nearly a 50 percent discount over…