The Town & Country is best known as the birthplace of Minnesota golf, as the first round of the game was played at the country club in 1893. Over the 120 years since, the club has become known for its first-class course, fine dining, and other member services. Members and their guests can dine in elegance in the main dining room, grab a quick bite in the Card Room ,or have a private meal in the Audubon Room. The River Room is often turned over to banquets, but also hosts the Town & Country Club’s weekly Sunday brunch.
Sledding is the ultimate winter sport in the Twin Cities, but perfect sliding days only come a couple of times a year--the days that are warm enough to tolerate but cold enough to keep you sweat-free as you trek up the hills. The snow cover has to be just right: not too wet and well packed for ultimate speed. When you get perfect sledding conditions, head to the hill on the Town and Country Club property just east of the Lake Street bridge. Park on Otis Avenue and prepare for your long... More »