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CHRISTY AND CHRISTIAN'S WEDDING

February, 2011 in St. Paul
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Ceremony: St. Bernard's
Reception: The Happy Gnome, Firehouse Room

Ceremony:

St. Bernard's

1160 N Woodbridge St
St Paul, MN 55117
651-488-6733

Reception:

The Happy Gnome, Firehouse Room

498 Selby Ave
St Paul, MN 55102

Hotel:

Crowne Plaza St. Paul Riverfront Hotel

11 Kellogg Blvd E
St Paul, MN 55101

Hotel:

Embassy Suites, a Hilton H Honors Reward Category

175 E 10th St
St Paul, MN 55101

Hotel:

Holiday Inn St. Paul-Downtown

175 7th St W
St Paul, MN 55102

Hotel:

The St. Paul Hotel

350 Market St
St Paul, MN 55102

Restaurants:

Fuji Ya Sushi

600 W Lake St
Minneapolis, MN 55408

"Fuji Ya, the most award-winning sushi restaurant in the Twin Cities, offers a full sushi bar + exquisite Japanese cuisine in a hip upscale atmosphere."

Restaurants:

Pazzaluna Urban Italian Restaurant & Bar

St Peter St
St Paul, MN

"In Downtown Saint Paul, directly across from the historic Saint Paul Hotel and the Lawson Commons, lives one of the Twin Cities’ most popular Italian restaurants. The critically-acclaimed and award-winning Pazzaluna Urban Italian specializes in serving authentic regional Italian food featuring fresh ingredients and masterful preparation."

Restaurants:

St. Paul Grill and Bar

350 Market St
St Paul, MN 55102

"Classic East Coast Grill Food, Cocktails and Wines at the Twin Cities’ Favorite Restaurant Located at the historic Saint Paul Hotel in downtown Saint Paul overlooking Rice Park, The St. Paul Grill has become something of a Saint Paul landmark unto itself. The St. Paul Grill features the Twin Cities' "Best Bar " and classic American food created and prepared by our award-winning chefs"

Restaurants:

TRATTORIA da VINCI

400 Sibley St
St Paul, MN 55101

"Trattoria da Vinci has created a new menu with dishes from throughout Italy. The new menu, is filled with hearty pastas, rich risottos, delicious meats, and succulent seafood entrees, as well as with an array of his treasured antipasto salads and desserts. In addition to fine cuisine, Trattoria da Vinci also provides guests with an atmosphere that is both exciting and relaxing. The spacious interior of the restaurant radiates architectural uniqueness, with the grandeur of vaulted ceilings, exposed brick walls, and handcrafted wood floors. Candle lit tables and antique stone fountains provide additional ambiance, as does the live entertainment Friday and Saturday evenings."

Restaurants:

W.A. Frost

374 Selby Ave
St Paul, MN 55102

"Enjoy the charm of a turn-of-the-century building with large arched doorways and windows, copper cornices, and walls of sandstone and brick. And, of course, our award-winning wine cellar and classic American fine dining…"

Bars:

Barrio St. Paul

235 E 6th St
St Paul, MN 55101

"Like it’s Minneapolis sister bar, Barrio St. Paul is all about tequila. With 145 choices available, there is no doubt Barrio is the reigning champion of the tequila scene in the Twin Cities. With a late-night happy hour six days a week and a kitchen that operates from lunch until midnight, Barrio is a great choice any time of the night. Different cocktails go on special each night of the work-week for happy hour, along with daily specials on tap beers and rail drinks. Caliente."

Bars:

Bin Wine Bar

400 Sibley St
St Paul, MN 55101

"If you are in the mood for great conversation while enjoying a sexy glass of wine, a chilled beer, a sophisticated single malt scotch, or a yummy chocolate martini...Bin Wine Bar is the new neighborhood hang-out!"

Bars:

Brits Pub

1110 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, MN 55403

"Brit's Pub - If you lust for life in the UK, head over to Brit's Pub. The "sporting" pub offers upscale versions of Shepherd's pie and other British pub fare and they do it right. This place is packed and a word of warning: if you don't leave of your own will by 1 a.m., the staff will inspire you to do so. This multilevel pub has sidewalk seating, fireplaces for the winter months, pool tables, and even an upstairs urban garden."

Bars:

The Liffey

175 7th St W
St Paul, MN 55102

"Step into downtown St. Paul’s The Liffey, Kieran Folliard’s pub named after an Irish river, and absorb the authentic Irish spirit. The interior comes straight from “back home,” with a 100-year-old wood floor salvaged from Irish buildings, Irish-handcrafted woodwork and painted glass, and horseshoe-shaped bar. Snug booths and hightop tables make the place perfect for toasting friends, or a date, with Jameson or Guinness. On weekends, bands such as the Saint Dominic’s Trio and Wild Colonial Bhoys serenade the crowd—patrons hear U2 and Van Morrison, as well as the tin whistle. The beautiful terrace is open May through October, weather permitting, and happy hour is more accurately called happy hours—specials run from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Liffey’s not just for the Irish, and not just on St. Patrick’s Day, luckily."

Bars:

The Local

931 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, MN 55403

"Our doors welcome you into the old world. In contrast with reputations in the lore of the Irish, our food is high priority. Fish & Chips, the classics and more than a few ringers for the worldly eaters. The craic is good. There’s always something to watch, even when the rugby isn’t on the screen. Come find a corner of the bar to lean up against, a snug to gather friends inside, or a lovely pub table to watch the world go by as you imbibe the finest pour."

Bars:

The Loop

606 Washington Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55401

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