We are dedicated to connecting with and investing in our local makers, creatives, designers, and artisans who help make the Hewing Hotel and Minneapolis, Minnesota, a more dynamic place.
Custom candle fragrances inspired by nostalgia and guilty pleasures. Soy wax, crackling wood wicks, Minnesota-made.
Real honey straight from the beekeeper. People aren’t the only nice thing to come out of Minnesota. Makers of our signature Tullibee Honey.
Celebrate the sweat! Sauna and Thermaculture experts offering a variety of sauna wellness programming.
Learn how to design your own floral bouquets from a master florist while you sip something fabulous!
Movement and Wellness. We are a brand dedicated to building community and living healthier lives.
Just a bored Minnesotan turned Wisconsin cheese-head sharing her love of cheese, community, friends and celebrations by creating custom charcuterie and graze board workshops for all occasions.
Minnesota family-owned since 1865, the Faribault Woolen Mill endures as one of the last vertical woolen mills in America. Here, fifth-generation craftspeople take raw wool and create beautiful blankets, throws, scarves, and pillows of remarkable and unmatched quality.
MotoVolta is the home of bespoke motovelos and mechanical art from two Twin Cities artists. Their bikes reflect their interest the history of two-wheeled transportation and their love of elegant machinery.
Toni Gallo is a painter, teacher and student of awareness practices and spiritual philosophy working in Minneapolis. Her studio and paintings are expressive articulations regarding the infinite potential in being.
Studio Emme is a small neighborhood floral studio bringing a fresh, modern approach to floral design that is understated yet distinctive and meaningful. Creators of the signature Hewing bouquet.
Legendary Twin Cities chef and amazing bread maker. Keeper of the 130-year-old Fhima family Mother Dough. We're proud to offer Fhima's bread on our Tullibee and bar & lounge food menus.
Beautifully crafted dinnerware custom-made for our Tullibee restaurant by local artist/potter Kevin Caufield.