811 Dominion Drive
Hudson, WI 54016
Phone: (715) 386-6355
Fax: (715) 386-9778
They provide a 2 1/2-hour, interactive murder mystery show with a full 3-course meal included in the price. It is like being in a live-action version of the game CLUE. Murder, mystery and a lot of laughs are waiting for you.
One of the best things about the Freight House is the patio, so if you are tempted to sit inside, don't. The food is unremarkable, and the prices are high for what you get. The menu includes all the usual fare: sandwiches, burgers, salads, pasta, steak, ribs, chops and shrimp. But the view is what continues to make this a visitor favourite. Just a few feet away is the beautiful St. Croix River, a national Scenic Waterway. Located in the old Burlington Northern train station, the building is on the National Register of Historic Places. Do check the website for restaurant and nightclub timings.
A local nightclub featuring a bar and dance floor.
Emma's Bar is one of the local watering holes for River Falls. If you are in the mood for a beer, come on down.
A local lounge for anyone looking to meet someone new or just to hang out.
This no-frills bar draws an over-30 crowd. The main draw here is games: darts, pinball, pool and video games. On occasion you will find live R&B, jazz or rock bands pumping out the tunes. The schedule varies so call ahead if your heart is set on dancing. Snacks like peanuts, popcorn and chips are available. Beer, wine and call drinks are served and the prices will not put a major dent in your wallet.
Check out a different musical act seven nights a week at this venue. Set shows include The Good, The Bad and The Funky (high energy R&B group) every Sunday evening and an open Blues Jam session featuring Joe Juliano every Wednesday night. Whether you like jazz, blues or funk, the Minnesota MusiCafe will satisfy.Any spot in the bar offers an excellent view of the stage and dance floor. If you want amusement, shoot some pool or play pinball in the separate game room. Thursday nights, come for the rib special . The rest of the week, enjoy the café's full-service menu, including pasta dishes, juicy steaks, made-to-order burgers, broiled walleye or blackened marlin. An ATM is on the premises.
This small, cozy eatery sports hand-painted wall murals, brightly colored papier-mâché piñatas and weekend gigs by Mariachi bands. The seating is comfortable, the staff is friendly and the food is as authentic as you will find this side of the border. The extensive menu features tacos, enchiladas, fajitas, tamales, combo dinners, beans and rice along with some terrific fish specialties. Choose from red snapper sautéed in garlic and butter with a fiery chili sauce, grilled sea bass and tuna with jalapeno peppers. Imported and domestic beers, including numerous Mexican varieties, are served. Wine and soft drinks are also available. There is another location in Minneapolis, at 1507 Lake St (+1 612 724 6007).
In the 1920s and 1930s, St. Paul was known as a safe haven for many of the country's most notorious hoodlums. Many of the clubs and speakeasies in downtown were frequented by mobsters and used to establish bootlegging and gun running operations in the city. Along the bluffs of the Mississippi across the river from downtown sit a number of caves created by sand mining. Wabasha Street Caves is one such unique nightclub here. The 45-minute tour of the caves is a fascinating mix of geological history, St. Paul history, and good old-fashioned fun. As numerous bullet holes will attest, the caves saw their share of criminal activity. Other tours are offered, such as Ghosts & Graves in October, and the Gangster Tour of St. Paul via motorcoach. Call for information.
Every weekend, this friendly spot features live country and rock and roll music. Pool, darts and video games provide amusement when the tunes are not playing. Beer, cocktails and soft drinks are served. Enjoy a snack, like the appetizer combo, consisting of buffalo wings, mozzarella cheese sticks, loaded potato skins, onion rings and deep-fried mushrooms.
Wilebski's Blues Saloon is a casual spot to catch some stunning live music in Saint Paul's North End. This saloon hosts live music three nights a week and the bar offers drinks for affordable prices. There is also a free buffet every Friday night from 5-7pm for you to fuel up before feelings the power of the live blues.
This restaurant has been serving possibly the best steak in town for more than 50 years. As soon as you enter, you can feel the atmosphere of elegance and tradition. Red leather circular booths are tiered in the lounge; everyone has a good seat for either the large screen TV or the floor acts featured Wednesday through Saturday. The feast commences in the Red Room or the Gold Room. The dining rooms are less dramatic than the lounge; the food is the star here. Choose from sirloin, New York strip or filet steaks, which are broiled over open charcoal broilers and can all be paired with lobster tails. If your appetite fails you, try the beef kabob or the chicken breast. There is also a walleye dinner with all the trimmings. A full wine list is available, as is an array of cocktails, beers and juices.