1. Valentine’s Day Dinner for Two

    Celebrate this Valentine’s Day with a friend or loved one at The Lynhall. We’ve selected a menu which highlights several of our favorite Lynhall dishes, and in the spirit of love we threw in bubbles and half priced bottles of wine! For $65 a couple you’ll enjoy your choice of a starter course, two entrees, one dessert and two glasses of sparkling wine.

    Make Your Reservation on Open Table

    Valentine’s Day Dinner for Two
    three courses with bubbles $65
    does not include tax and gratuity.

    Starter to Share
    choose one

    Cheese Plate
    Pork Belly
    Salmon Tartine
    Roasted Pumpkin Fondue
    Pork Rilettes

    Entrées
    choose two

    Chick Pea Panisse
    Pork Schnitzel & Spaetzle
    Whole Wild Rice Stuffed Trout
    Short Rib Ragu Tagliatelle

    Dessert to Share
    choose one

    Red Velvet Sprinkle Cake
    Chocolate Chai Cake
    Lingonberry Gingerbread Cake
    Flourless Chocolate Hazelnut Torte
    Cheesecake Cookie Sammi

    Drinks

    2 glasses of bubbles
    ½ price bottles of wine available
    not included, inquire for options




  2. Branding For Success with Foodpreneur Success

    Power up your business with a successful branding strategy!P

    Join us at The Lynhall in Uptown, Minneapolis for a Taste & Learn with branding expert, Randy Kowlessar from Hello Randy

    Randy is a local branding expert that has worked with many well-known successful brands like Big Watt, Italian Eatery, and the famous Twin Cities Donut Crawl. We are excited to have him educate us on why branding is so important in becoming a successful and profitable business.

    “I’m an agency guy who turned into a graphic designer, mostly by accident, but certainly with purpose. Over my years of working in creative I’ve proven my strengths in memorable branding, tasteful art direction and design, witty copywriting, and some favorable dad jokes. I love working with small businesses, churches, and organizations looking to create stellar branding and clear identities. I build campaigns, I design cool stuff, and I come alongside whoever I’m working with to work as a team member, not a vendor. If you have questions, say hello!”

    Topics covered will include:

    • Brand Presence
    • Creating a Style Guide
    • How to Tell Your Story through Branding
    • Examples of Successful Branding
    • Steps and Considerations for Re-Branding
    • How to Stay “On-Brand” Across Different Platforms

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    About Foodpreneur Success

    Foodpreneur Success is a community for food entrepreneurs and creatives looking to build their brand, business, and their profession by attending crafted courses, workshops and panel discussions led by successful food entrepreneurs and creatives.

    We are a group of industry experts and entrepreneurs that have succeeded in our own specialized food digital platforms, and want to share our experiences and expertise to help jumpstart the next big thing in food, starting with you!

    We will cover topics like “Instagram Strategy & The Power of Video,” and dive in deep into social media, blogging, influencer marketing, digital marketing, branding, videography, photography, and website development.

    As we continue to grow, we will refine the courses and topics we cover based on your feedback, and the current food and digital landscape.

    Join us as we pave the way for the next generation of food entrepreneurs!

  3. February Wisdom Series: Nate Garvis

    In partnership with the Women’s Foundation, The Lynhall is pleased to present the seventh installment of The Wisdom Series with co-founder of Studio/E, Nate Garvis

    Tickets are $25, with proceeds benefiting The Young Women’s Initiative of MN.

    The Wisdom Series is presented in partnership with:

    About Nate Garvis

    Nate Garvis is a co-founder of Studio/E, an experiential learning community of diverse leaders and institutions who explore, launch and navigate new ideas to create the future they desire, rather than react to chaotic change. In addition to an institutional client base representing nearly every sector, Studio/E is proud to call over 500 individuals part of its growing membership family. Members come from every sector, spanning age groups, different income levels, sexualities, races, religions, and an entire spectrum of political positions. Most importantly, Studio/E members check their labels at the door and connect on a first name basis as people who want to grow themselves and strengthen our communities.

    Nate is also the author of Naked Civics: Strip Away the Politics to Build A Better World. In that work, and the practice that he has created from it, he helps communities better regulate themselves to common good outcomes by creating cultural environments of products, services and institutions that move us forward rather than the left and right of angry politics. It is with that aim of harnessing the power of enterprise to create the kind of policy outcomes that our current political environment seems incapable of producing that he serves as a senior fellow at the Lewis Institute and Social Innovation Lab at Babson College. For over 25 years, Babson has been the top-ranked entrepreneurial business school in the world. He has sat on a number of academic, business and non-profit boards throughout the country, including Allina Health, The Public Affairs Council, the College of Arts and Science at St. Thomas University and Youth Frontiers.

    Nate has a B.A. from the University of Minnesota, a J.D. from the University of Oregon and lives in Minneapolis with his wife and two daughters who are preparing themselves to launch on the world’s stage as well.

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  4. March Wisdom Series: Rabbi Marcia Zimmerman

    In partnership with the Women’s Foundation, The Lynhall is pleased to present the eighth installment of The Wisdom Series with Senior Rabbi at Temple Israel, Marcia Zimmerman.

    Tickets are $25, with proceeds benefiting The Young Women’s Initiative of MN.

    The Wisdom Series is presented in partnership with:

    About Rabbi Zimmerman

    Marcia Zimmerman is the senior rabbi at Temple Israel, a congregation of more than 2,000 households in the heart of Minneapolis. Rabbi Zimmerman is vocal and active on policy issues affecting Minnesota and the nation, honoring the words above Temple Israel’s entrance: “Our house shall be a house of prayer for all peoples.” Rabbi Zimmerman is dedicated to ensuring that Temple Israel’s programming, educational opportunities, and worship are inclusive and celebrate people of color, diverse learning styles and special needs, all genders and gender expressions, the LGBTQ community, and interfaith families.

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  5. Nourish Series: Nico & Friends Featuring Chef Vincent Francoual

    For centuries, food has brought people together to celebrate life and foster new friendships around a kitchen table. In 2006, The Lynhall’s Hospitality Manager, Nico Giraud landed in Minnesota from France, bringing his passion for food, wine, as well as his genuine sense of hospitality. Since then, he has had the privilege to meet and work alongside the extremely talented people who are a huge part of the Twin Cities dining scene today. 

    Join us at The Lynhall as we launch a series of events celebrating the friendships born from gathering around food and drink in restaurants’ kitchens. We are delighted to welcome our inaugural chef, award-winning Chef Vincent Francoual, of Vincent, A Restaurant and Culinary Director of Cara Irish Pubs. This intimate evening is limited to 30 guests and will begin with a demonstration by Vincent, followed by a three-course dinner featuring classic recipes from Vincent’s repertoire, and special wine pairings selected by Nico.

    To honor of those in our industry who are struggling with their mental and chemical health proceeds from the evening will benefit The Long Table Fund. The Long Table Fund works in partnership with the community to connect and empower those in the restaurant industry affected by trauma, mental health issues, and chemical dependency. Proceeds of The Long Table Fund will provide mission-specific educational opportunities and increased access to crisis mental health care for members of the restaurant industry. 

    Join us for the lovely evening filled with stories celebrating food, friendship, teaching and togetherness. Tickets are $150 and are limited to 30 people.

     

    Chef Vincent Francoual is the Culinary Director of Cara Irish Pubs

    Cara Irish Pubs

  6. It Starts With Adventure: Addressing the Confidence Gap Through Bravery

    In celebration of International Women’s Day, The Lynhall is hosting Kali Bhandari & Autumn Huiatt of Imaginare Studios for a conversation on gender inequality. The speakers will be discussing their experiences and research on the roles of failure, bravery, and lack of confidence in perpetrating gender inequality, and what we can do about it!

    The speakers are developing a series of children’s books that focus on dismantling gender stereotypes “one fairytale at a time.” Their first book, “Cinderella,” features a spunky protagonist named Danielle, who learns to stand up to the challenges she faces, gaining bravery, and a whole lot more in the process, with nary a prince in sight!

    Adults are strongly encouraged to attend with their children and participate in this discussion.

    Tickets are $20. Copies of the Author’s first book “Cinderella” will be available for sale and a book signing with the author will follow the event.

  7. April Wisdom Series: Rev. Tim Hart-Andersen

    In partnership with the Women’s Foundation, The Lynhall is pleased to present the ninth installment of The Wisdom Series with Senior Minister at Westminster Presbyterian Church, Rev. Tim Hart-Andersen.

    Tickets are $25, with proceeds benefiting The Young Women’s Initiative of MN.

    The Wisdom Series is presented in partnership with:

    About Rev. Tim Hart-Andersen

    Tim has served as Senior Minister at Westminster Presbyterian Church and Moderator of the Westminster Town Hall Forum since 1999.

    As the leader of the large, active congregation, he preaches almost all Sundays September through June, leads the work of the dynamic staff, and provides strategic direction as the congregation thinks creatively about the future. With the Westminster Town Hall Forum Tim moderates community-wide conversations about key issues of our time, broadcast on Minnesota Public Radio.

    Tim is passionate about Westminster’s mission to be fully engaged in the city and in transforming lives and systems in pursuit of the love and justice of Jesus Christ. The congregation recently completed an $81.5 million project to expand the facility, add parking, and fund mission in the community.

    Tim serves on the Macalester College Board of Trustees, the Minneapolis Downtown Council, and the Downtown Interfaith Clergy.

    Born in Kansas and raised in Chicago, Tim earned his undergraduate degree from Northern Illinois University, master’s degrees from University of Texas, Austin, and McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, and a doctorate from San Francisco Theological Seminary.

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  8. May Wisdom Series: Marilyn Carlson Nelson

    In partnership with the Women’s Foundation, The Lynhall is pleased to present the tenth installment of The Wisdom Series with former chair and CEO of Carlson and current Co-CEO of Carlson Holidings, Marilyn Carlson Nelson.

    Tickets are $25, with proceeds benefiting The Young Women’s Initiative of MN.

    The Wisdom Series is presented in partnership with:

    About Marilyn Carlson Nelson

    Marilyn Carlson Nelson is former chair and chief executive officer of Carlson, a global travel company. 

    Nelson has appeared on Forbes magazine’s list as one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women.” She was named one of “America’s Best Leaders” by U.S. News and World Report, and in 2007, Ethisphere Magazine recognized her as one of the “100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics.” She is the best-selling author of “How We Lead Matters: Reflections on a Life of Leadership.” 

    In 2004, Nelson co-chaired the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. She served as chair of the National Women’s Business Council, a bi-partisan advisory council to the President and Congress. She is a former chair of the U.S. Travel and Tourism Advisory Board.

    Under her leadership, Carlson was the first major North American travel and hospitality company to take a stand against the sexual exploitation of children in the travel industry. On behalf of the company, Nelson signed the travel industry’s international Code of Conduct to end child prostitution, child pornography and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes. Carlson also joined with the Queen of Sweden to co-found the World Childhood Foundation to protect street children around the world. In recognition of Carlson’s initiatives to protect children at risk from human trafficking, The White House honored the company in 2013 with the inaugural “Presidential Award for Extraordinary Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking.” In 2014, Nelson was chosen by a committee of Nobel Prize recipients to receive the “Oslo Business for Peace Award” which recognizes individual business leaders for their leadership in promoting responsible business practices. 

    In 2006, H.E. Jean-David Levitte, French Ambassador to the United States, inducted Nelson into the French Légion d’Honneur. The order recognizes citizens of France, and a select few others, for their exemplary leadership and service to humanity. She is also a member of the Royal Order of the North Star First Class, presented by the King and Queen of Sweden, the Order of the White Rose, Officer First Class, presented by the President of Finland and Commander of the Royal Norwegian Order of Merit presented by the King of Norway. 

    Nelson serves as Chair of Inspire Medical, Secretary of the National Endowment for Democracy and Co-Chair of the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee. Nelson is a former board member of the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy, ExxonMobil, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the United Nations Global Compact. She is former chair of the Minnesota Orchestra and Mayo Clinic Board of Trustees.

    Nelson graduated from Smith College with a degree in international economics and studied at the Sorbonne in Paris as well as the Institut des Hautes Etudes Economiques et Politiques in Geneva.

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  9. October Wisdom Series: Senator David Durenberger

    In partnership with the Women’s Foundation, The Lynhall is pleased to present the eleventh installment of The Wisdom Series with former U.S. Senator, David Durenberger.

    Tickets are $25, with proceeds benefiting The Young Women’s Initiative of MN.

    The Wisdom Series is presented in partnership with:

    About Senator David Durenberger

    Dave Durenberger represented Minnesota in the United States Senate for three terms after being elected in Nov 1978 to the unexpired term of Sen Hubert Humphrey which his wife Muriel had been appointed to fill on his death in Jan. 1978. He is the recent author, along with Lori Sturdevant, of When Republicans Were Progressive, a history of the successful contributions of Republican leaders in Minnesota from 1938 until 1998.

    Dave was born, raised and educated on the campus of St. John’s Abbey and University, served in the U.S. Army Reserve as the first officer graduated from the school’s Army ROTC program in 1955, and received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Minnesota in 1959. He practiced law with Harold LeVander in South St. Paul and served as Executive Secretary to Governor LeVander from 1966 to 1970. Thereafter Dave served as Director of Legal and Community Affairs at H B Fuller Co in St. Paul until his election to the Senate.

    Upon retirement from the Senate in 1995 he joined the faculty of the Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas where he chaired its National institute of Health Policy for 20 years. Dave and his wife Susan B. Foote are parents of six children and 14 grandchildren. Susan is the author last year of Crusade for Forgotten Souls the story of Minnesota’s historic efforts to reform its asylum system as a national model of systemic mental health reform. 

    The Senator’s book, besides being a unique history of the Republican Party of Minnesota, is a rare insight into how the faith journey of a U.S.Senator can influence both personal and international relations; in unexpected ways and by unorthodox means.

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