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From the Minneapolis Farmers' Market to the Twins' opening day, find the Twin Cities' top 10 things to do this spring.
Updated: February 16, 2008
Unwind after work with a black and tan, fish-and-chips and lawn bowling at this downtown British bar.
Get some fresh air and a great view of the city on the rooftop of this Theater District tapas bar.
At the end of April, peruse Minnesota-grown fruits and veggies, plus farmstead meats and cheeses, and gorgeous flowers and plants.
It's sandal season, so clean up those piggies and enjoy a relaxing pedicure at this St. Paul spa.
Clean out your closet to make room for some new threads and donate your old clothes to the less fortunate.
Watch florists re-create famous artwork at April's annual Art in Bloom or get a taste of history at the du Pont exhibit through May.
Mark your calendars and dust off your ball gloves. The Twins open their 2008 season on March 31.
Step into the first floor's elaborate indoor garden March 13 to 30 or get ideas for your inner sanctum in the furniture department.
Need a new bike or repairing an old one? These locally owned shops offers a wealth of bicycle goods and services.
Seafood lovers are counting down the days until this Uptown oyster bar opens its rooftop patio on April 4 at 5pm.
Burn off winter weight and tone up for summer at this fitness studio, which offers innovative classes and personal training.
Ladies, it's time to ditch the wool pants. This Uptown boutique offers unique dresses for all ages and occasions.