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If you're in the mood for a little slice of Manhattan, this hip, minimalist bar aims to please. The layout is heavy on whitewashed walls, stainless steel and black leather furniture, accented by neon blue and purple lighting. Compared to the handful of other GLBT bars in town, Jetset features a more mature, impeccably dressed crowd, a solid selection of dance beats, and bartenders to pour you a martini that will make you forget you're in Minneapolis (maybe literally). This urbanite's dream is easy to miss; there's no sign hanging anywhere, and the entry is barely lit, save for a little jet plane lit up in the top corner of the window. But it's that stealthy approach that makes this venue feel ultra-exclusive.
The coolest bars are often the hardest to find. That rule definitely applies to Jetset. From the street there's not much to see: a small white light, signage that can only be spotted up close. But once inside you'll find a chill hot spot with a bit of grungy New York glamour. The decor is sleek, white, and minimal, with most of the seating consisting of a long cement slab along the right-hand wall. The cocktails are incredibly tasty; many of the ingredients are fresh and/or house made. The... More »
If you haven't been before, Jetset can be a little hard to find, but just listen for the beats. DJs spin house tracks that are audible from the street. Once inside, go for broke ordering drinks--the bartenders love to show patrons there's more to cocktails than vodka tonics. Just be sure to wear something other than your ratty Carhartts. The crowd here dresses well--like, really well. Like, you-better-press-your-shirt-before-you-go well. Yet the bar doesn't take itself too... More »
Lately, the Gay '90s feels more like the Trail of Terror--what lurks around the next dark turn? Sure, it's a cheap thrill, but Twin Cities queers who crave a different scene land at Jetset. While some competitors have come and gone, this unlikely, inconspicuous (but not necessarily unpretentious) gay bar has built a consistent clientele. After five years and an explosion of Vegas-inspired "VIP clubs," you still feel like Jetset is a little bit cooler than you. Here you'll find nary a... More »
Nestled in the only remaining quiet nook of the Minneapolis Warehouse District, this beautifully designed jewel of a room runs well ahead of the local curve, gay or straight. The scene is low-key, the bar smoke-free, and the cocktails sophisticated, with updated versions of classics like the Grasshopper and the Old-Fashioned in the fore. But consider yourself warned: If it's a demonstrative night on the town you're looking for, best to consider another venue. The mood at Jetset is... More »
This bar is unlike any other gay bar in Minneapolis. I typically tell people it is very Woody Allen. It's not boldly gay like other bars. There are no dancers or pride colors/flags. It is very sterile with white walls and no TVs. It can be a tight fit if busy, which is rare. I been there about five to six time since Its been open. Out of those times, I had a blast once. It also was the last time I was there. I would certainly go back in hopes for a good time. I expect this place to boom in 2010 now with the new Target Field.
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