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Community Venues in Minneapolis / St. Paul

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  • 2318 29th Ave. S. | Seward/ Longfellow/ Minnehaha
  • Guthrie Theater
    818 S. 2nd St. | Minneapolis (Downtown)

    Under Joe Dowling's administration, the theater has gotten a little more experimental than its once strict classical approach to theater.

  • Midtown Global Market
    920 E. Lake St. | Powderhorn
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  • The Chambers Hotel
    901 Hennepin Ave. | Minneapolis (Downtown)

    The Chambers Hotel is located on Hennepin Avenue in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. The Chambers is part of the prestigious Le Méridien chain of Starwood Hotels and Resorts, featuring 60... More on The Chambers Hotel »

  • Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum
    333 E. River Rd. | University

    A permanent collection of American art as well as traveling exhibits. A variety of music, film, lectures and other events.

  • Kowalski's
    8505 Valley Creek Road | Woodbury
  • 1417 4th St. SE | University

    New and used records, 45s, tapes, CDs, and collectibles. The Cheapo at 80 North Snelling deals exclusively in jazz and classical music.

  • Cannon Valley Trail
    825 Cannon River Ave. | Outstate
  • Como Park
    1225 Estabrook Drive | Como

    A Victorian building with floral displays, sunken garden, grotto and pond. Includes Como Park Conservatory, McKnight Formal Gardens, Como Ordway Japanese Garden, cafeteria food and paddle boat... More on Como Park »

  • Lebanon Hills Regional Park
    860 Cliff Road | Eagan
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Recent Critic Ratings

Recent Member Reviews

  • sjeromej wrote a review for Jeromeo
    on 04/18/14

    Love this place
    The store is so beautiful
    Every time you go theres new things to see. Crazy cool yoga space , and Scott and Ben do great... More Reviews »

  • corey.karels wrote a review for Sweet Basil
    on 03/31/14

    This is one of those hole-in-the-wall gems. Pricing is decently cheap, and the food quality is superb. The music volume was nice and light, without being... More Reviews »

  • tatnrat wrote a review for Hazel's Northeast
    on 03/30/14

    Hazel's NE is well worth the wait if you decide to go on the weekends for breakfast. The carmel rolls will melt in your mouth, the eggs benedict is hands... More Reviews »

Recent Critic Reviews

  • David Bar Katz shines a light on not only one of the greatest fictional heroes of the 20th century, but also the mild-mannered man who helped to create him in The History of Invulnerability. The play, which opens this weekend at the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company, takes a look at the life of Jerry Siegel who, along with Joe Shuster, created Superman in the 1930s.See also:The Last Five Years:... More on Hillcrest Center Theatre »

  • Stone Arch Sling Spoonriver Restaurant $9.50 For even the heartiest and halest winter-faring Minnesotan, the arrival of spring, so vibrant on the heels of months of shades of gray, feels a lot like Dorothy emerging from her crashed up black and white farmhouse into an exotic Technicolor blaze. Embrace this opportunity to explore your city with new eyes. Get outside. Be a tourist. Stroll St.... More on Spoonriver Restaurant »

Recent Member Reviews

  • sjeromej wrote a review for Jeromeo
    on 04/18/14

    Love this place
    The store is so beautiful
    Every time you go theres new things to see. Crazy cool yoga space , and Scott and Ben do great... More Reviews »

  • corey.karels wrote a review for Sweet Basil
    on 03/31/14

    This is one of those hole-in-the-wall gems. Pricing is decently cheap, and the food quality is superb. The music volume was nice and light, without being... More Reviews »

  • tatnrat wrote a review for Hazel's Northeast
    on 03/30/14

    Hazel's NE is well worth the wait if you decide to go on the weekends for breakfast. The carmel rolls will melt in your mouth, the eggs benedict is hands... More Reviews »

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