2013 Conference Information Coming Soon
Travel & Accommodations
LifeScience Alley is pleased to partner with the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis for this year’s conference. The hotel has direct skyway access to the Minneapolis Convention Center. To receive the discounted rate of $99/night, please contact the Hyatt directly by phone or at this web address and make your hotel accommodations under the LifeScience Alley Conference room block. (Note: the cutoff date to receive the discounted rate is November 9, 2012).
Travel and Directions
For a driving directions and the Convention Center location, please click here.
Food & Drink
Minneapolis-St. Paul has world-class dining and entertainment, so if you’re visiting from out-of-town, be sure to check out all the great entertainment our city has to offer!
Here are our recommendations:
The Twin Cities’ original English pub is by now a legendary scene, from its summer Mall tables to the lawn bowling. Food includes Scotch eggs, bangers and mash, and Cornish pasties, as well as salads and burgers.
In Ireland, the pub with the best beer, food, and patrons is referred to as the local. We agree. Lunch and dinner daily; weekend brunch.
In the heart of downtown Minneapolis, appropriately located in a beautiful underground space, you’ll discover a chef-owned restaurant known for its damn good food: unique but not fancy, interesting but not fussy.
Gourmet regional food and a fine wine list enhance the live jazz that makes a meal memorable. Lunch Mon.-Fri.; dinner daily.
With a rooftop farm for produce, this restaurant brings the freshest to the table. The Bachelor Farmer serves fresh and simple food that honors Minnesota’s Nordic heritage. Dinner daily.