• Will Golf for Food

    POSTED June 7, 2019
  • Will Golf for Food

    POSTED June 7, 2019
  • Will Golf for Food

    POSTED June 7, 2019

D'Amico Catering celebrated the opening of yet another sure-to-be-a-hit restaurant and bar, The Brooklyn at Edinburgh USA on June 6. From miniature pies, lobster rolls and burgers to tables overflowing with artisan cheeses, fresh vegetables and gourmet breads, the grand opening of The Brooklyn made sure no guest left hungry. 

To showcase the recently remodeled event and meeting spaces, D'Amico Catering served a variety of craft cocktails and hors d’oeuvres throughout the venue, encouraging guests to stroll through the different spaces. Featured cocktails included the "Up to Eleven" and "Whiskey Sour-ish," both of which can be found on The Brooklyn's menu. In Edinburgh's groom's suite, guests could sip on whiskey samples. To match the room's pink theme, sparkling rosé was served in the bridal suite.

The playful patterns and colors in the bridal suite made it a popular gathering space.
The venue offers ample space for meetings and corporate events. 
The banquet room boasts views of the golf course from its attached patio, perfect for summertime gatherings.

For those who came with an empty stomach, D'Amico Catering did not disappoint. An abundance of hors d’oeuvres were served in classic D'Amico fashion: miniature. From mini banh mi to mini lemon tarts, it would have been shameful to not grab a handful of everything. 

Mini bratwurst served with a Nordeast beer pairing.
Mini raspberry mango profiteroles.
Mini lobster rolls with celery, lemon aioli and herbs.

To highlight the ballroom's capabilities, "Rock with U" from Fusion Band played hit songs, old and new, with an expansive dance floor popular among the youngest attendees. While children grooved on the dance floor, adults sipped wine, beer and cocktails at the bar; admired and tasted the bamboo bowl display wall, featuring tuna poke and Chef Josh's Vegan Bowl; and picked from a spread of local meats, artisan cheeses, fresh vegetables, spreads, nuts, olives and gourmet breads at the CSA table.

Chef Josh's Vegan Bowl with black beans, quinoa, cashew cream and fresh vegetables.
Local meats and artisan cheeses were paired with roasted red peppers, gourmet breads and crackers.

While guests listened to jazz performed by the Benny Weinbeck Trio in the banquet room, they could sample a variety of flatbreads and cool off with a glass of strawberry, lemon or cucumber infused water. Outside, tomahawk chops were served with baby heirloom carrots and red chimichurri at the grill.

Guests with a sweet tooth could indulge in towers of desserts including Mayan chocolate dipped churros, peanut butter tahini cookies, smoked sea salt chocolate chunk cookies, white chocolate hibiscus truffles, yuzu lemon tarts, key lime blackberry pie, milk chocolate hazelnut parfaits, raspberry mango profiteroles and French macarons. 

Asparagus and wild mushroom, Spanish chorizo, and heirloom tomato flatbreads.
Cucumber infused water, lemon infused water and strawberry agua fresca.
White chocolate hibiscus truffles appropriately served on tees.
Peanut butter tahini and smoked sea salt chocolate chunk cookies.
Mayan chocolate dipped churros and French macarons.

Other contributors of The Brooklyn's grand opening include Travis Anderson (photography), Diamond Bride (bridal room activation), Sadie's Couture Floral (floral), Girl Friday Creative (décor), Linen Effects (linens), Rudy's Event Rentals (furniture and farm tables), AVEX (stage set up), Minnesota Pure & Clear Ice (custom ice), Gray Duck Vodka (Arnie Palmer station), and Event Lab (bamboo bowl walls).

It had been more than 50 years since the shores of Lake Minnetonka have seen a hotel when downtown Wayzata decided it was ready to change that. The 92-room Hotel Landing has proven to be a popular destination for brides- and grooms-to-be, business travelers, high-end diners, and company parties. From its 4,200 square feet of meeting space to its Nordic-inspired spa, Hotel Landing is a Wayzata oasis for locals and out-of-towners alike.


When it comes to apples, Minnesota knows its stuff. Home of the Honeycrisp, Minnesota proudly boasted its apple knowledge at the Minnesota Cider Guild's 6th annual Minnesota Cider Fest on Saturday, June 8. With more than 30 local, national and international cideries, the Minnesota Cider Fest offered samples of endless flavors of cider, and for the cider connoisseur, education sessions to test your apple knowledge.


Any time of year, you really can find it here. Minnesota's resorts are the perfect places to celebrate the state's vastly different but equally beautiful seasons. From drifting off to a peaceful sleep in the warm glow of a fireplace, to skiing down rolling hills of freshly fallen snow, Minnesota's colder seasons can be some of the most beautiful to take in the state's nature. But there's something special about the light dancing on the lake and the lush greenery of a Minnesota summer.