Red Wing, MN, is a quaint historic town that sits along the famous Mississippi River. You won’t want to overlook this beautiful vacation spot, especially if you’re into culture, beer, wine, and nature. During your time in Red Wing, MN, make sure you book your stay with St. James Hotel. Our historic Minnesota hotel provides luxurious accommodations near rocky bluffs and stunning overlooks of the Mississippi River. Plus, our downtown area thrives with culture. No getaway at St. James Hotel is complete without checking out the local bar scene or stopping by a Red Wing brewery. Immerse yourself in the community and visit the best craft breweries and bars that Red Wing, MN, has to offer
Scarlet Kitchen and Bar
Indulge in our on-site Red Wing restaurant, Scarlet Kitchen and Bar. You’ll have direct access to some of the best brews in the area, and you don’t even have to go far from your cozy lodgings! With indoor and outdoor seating with views of the Mississippi, you’re sure to have an excellent time sipping cocktails and spending quality time with loved ones at our bar in Red Wing, MN.
Red Wing Brewing
This is known as one of the best Red Wing breweries in town! Red Wing Brewing is known for small-batch brewing and traditional brewing techniques. They also serve pizza and other tasty morsels so that you and your crew can spend a few hours eating delicious dishes and sipping craft brews during your stay at our hotel in Red Wing, MN.
If you’re more into wine than beer, Falconer Vineyards is the place to go. One of the best wine bars in Red Wing, MN, they offer a vast assortment of excellent treats. Between their beautifully crafted wines, amazing food, and live music, this is a spot that you absolutely can’t miss.
Raise a Toast at the Best Red Wing Breweries
Raise a toast to your unforgettable Red Wing getaway at our fantastic assortment of bars and breweries. Spend your days exploring our beautiful city and relaxing in your cozy accommodations. For more information on our availably, please give us a call at 1 (800) 252-1875.