Friday, June 8, 2012
As the three-year anniversary party for Mediterranean Cruise Cafe nears, give them a review on Burnsville Patch.
For the last 36 months, the Ansari family has graced Burnsville with Greek/Middle Eastern cooking, belly dancing and music. The palatial restaurant on Nicollet offers a more sophisticated, late-night scene to Burnsville residents. Anniversary festivities begin this Friday with an international dance party at 10 p.m. but before you go, leave a review on Burnsville Patch on the restaurant's listing.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Have a favorite outdoor hangout in Burnsville? Vote for the best in our outdoor patio poll.
The weather’s great, and so are the food and drink! It’s that time of year when gathering outside with your friends, family and co-workers is an enticing option at many Burnsville establishments. When the sun is shining and the fresh air invites, where do you go to enjoy some tasty treats and icy beverages? Vote for your favorite outdoor patio in Burnsville below then tell us why it’s the best in the comments section. You can also post a review of your favorite establishment on their business listing in our business directory (Burnsville directory here) to help us decide. The poll is open until 9 p.m. on Thursday, May 24. We’ll announce the winner on May 25. Have a favorite that’s not included? Let us know! Contact Editor Clare Kennedy at…
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Looking for something local to do on New Year's Eve? Patch has you covered.
• NYE at Buck Hill: Partiers can ski, ride, and tube on the slope, eat a hearty dinner in the Whittier Room, then hit the KS95 party in main chalet. Guests will also be able to partake of free tarot card readings, a snowboarding secret santa, music and other entertainment. The grand finale is a fire works display at midnight. Holiday rates apply. For dinner reservations contact Diane at 952-432-6566 x3 or email email@example.com. • Prince of Peace Lutheran Church New Year's Bash: The church will ring in the new year with a silent auction, a jazz service and refreshments. Proceeds will benefit Feed My Starving Children. The fun begins at 4:00 p.m. Childcare will be available. Anyone interested in attending should register by …
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Judges with the Best of the Road contest came to town this week. Here's what they had to say.
“Fun Finders” Jim and Bonnie Parr hit Burnsville this week to vet the city’s fine cuisine. Burnsville is one of six towns nominated for the best food in America by Rand McNally and USA TODAY. The “Fun Finders,” a retired couple from Florida, have the enviable task of taste-testing the food in each city. The winning town will be announced on July 22 at the Destination Marketing Association International Convention in New Orleans. On Tuesday night, we caught up with Bonnie Parr between courses. Q: How did you get the job of Fun Finder? A: It was a contest sponsored by Rand McNalley and USA Today. I saw it on the USA Today site. They were advertising for the contest your city is in for the best small town in the USA and I read about that …