Posts Tagged: minneapolis


Heimies Haberdashery

400 Saint Peter St
Saint Paul, MN 55102-1105
(651) 224-2354


2903 Lyndale Ave S. 

 Minneapolis, MN 55408

(612) 354-3512

The Foshay

Get your mutha fuckin drink on at the W Hotel in Minneapolis

821 Marquette Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55402-2929
(612) 215-3700

Thanks Andy V. for the e-mail heads up. 


Submitted by Vanessa: 
Here are a few places Donald should consider going to after his final show on the tour in Minneapolis — places where there will be no bro rape and all the girls are “can get it”-worthy. 1. The 1029 Bar. It’s relatively close to the Varsity Theatre and has award-winning karaoke. They have pretty much any song ever written on their karaoke list and the Thursday night crowd there tends to seek out the obscure tunes that are still crowd pleasers (recent examples: “Bossy”, “Flagpole Sitta”). Their website:

 2. Nick & Eddie’s. It’s in the Loring Park area. Good food, usually there’s music going on there every night, and you’re likely to see a bunch of cool kids and Josh Hartnett. Their website:

 3. Bryant-Lake Bowl. It’s in the Uptown area. It’s part restaurant, part bowling alley, and part theater. Their website:

 Also, a good way to quick check where to go — use the City Pages “Best Of” guide that JUST came out: -Vanessa


Submitted by JP:

Uptown Minneapolis is supposedly hipster central, but I put my money on Northeast (“Nordeast”). Case in point: Surdyk’s Liquor and Cheese Shop, “the midwest’s largest liquor store since 1934” and one of the happeningest places any day of the weeks—but particularly so during tastings. And it just so happens that on May 19 (in honor of Donald?) a wine and cheese tasting will be going down from 5-9. It would make a great pre-show pre-game spot, after which you can then drunkenly explore Northeast (which is the best way to do it, of course) and all the swag it has to offer.

303 East Hennepin Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55414


Submitted by dodoots:

Now, I know that the Minnesota show is taking place in Minneapolis, but the fantastic city of St. Paul is only minutes away, and there you can find:

Black Blue

Really great selection of men’s clothing and local art on display, especially good for shoes and sweaters. 

And afterwards you can head over to 

Sweeney’s Saloon

These guys have amazing sixty cent buffalo wings after 9PM, and a pretty decent rotating selection of beers.