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Ever since they moved into their current location at Cedar & Riverside on Minneapolis' West Bank, the Acadia has made itself a welcome presence in a neighborhood with no shortage of great bars. Part of that owes to the club's bountiful beer selection, with more than two dozen tap brews and more than 40 bottle beers to choose from. Less-thirsty patrons, meanwhile, congregate there for their frequent no-cover shows, which run the gamut from rock to folk to experimental music.
For reasons I will never understand, the number of places around the city that offer wi-fi and beer are sparse. However, the ones that do are spect...
with the Infernal Singalong Machine
Since autumn 2010, the Silver City Millers -- multi-instrumentalist/singer-songwriter Jeff Rolfzen and mandolinist/clogger Sarah Cagley -- have been plying their trade in folk and bluegrass, deep in the midst of a music scene already hip-deep in... More »
a great beer selection, good food, EXCELLENT service from really decent laid back people. I find myself venturing over to the west bank more often than not to hang out with some great musicians and very cool regulars.
I spend the majority of my school semesters here. It's too close to Carlson & Hanson halls to not take advantage of it. As someone making a point of trying new beer all the time, I can always find something new & intriguing on tap at the Acadia. You can't deny happy hour
There's a salty little war quietly playing out at the intersection of Cedar and Riverside between two of Minneapolis's finest French fry purveyors: the Wienery and the Acadia Café. The winner will be the one who can most consistently deliver a house-made fry that makes good on its fresh-flavor promises without devolving into a 10-napkin sog-fest. Currently, the Acadia is winning. The secret to their hand-cut fries is an overnight garlic-and-vinegar bath, which is as mouthwatering a... More »
Comedy is pretty mobile in the Twin Cities. Let us take as an example comedian/storyteller Ari Hoptman, who has in the past year performed at the Bryant-Lake Bowl, Intermedia Arts, the Phoenix Playhouse, a Minneapolis church, and Berlin. One suspects that if there were no venue at all, Hoptman would simply take a soapbox to Powderhorn Park, stand atop it, and begin shouting his monologues at passersby. As ambulatory as local comedy may be, however, there is one venue that the funny stuff... More »
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