With reviews from professional critics and active local users, Voice Places is your guide to New American cuisine in Minneapolis / St. Paul. Our easily searchable listings make mapping out your next meal an all-American experience.
The concept behind the new Icehouse was to create a fun-for-all restaurant and music venue on Eat Street, with a chef-driven menu of imaginative, elevated small... More »
There aren't a lot of boundaries being pushed at eateries in the tourist-heavy Canal Park in Duluth. However, the inventive menu at the Lake Avenue Cafe... More »
The Living Room is the W Hotel's ultra-posh centerpiece, perfect for sipping fine cocktails by candlelight or dancing to a live DJ into the wee hours. The club... More »
St. Paul beer connoisseurs flock to this Cathedral Hill stalwart, known for updating its tap beer menu daily. Scotch and whiskey drinkers can also get their... More »
Famous thick pizza and a spinach and garlic calzone guaranteed to fill up your stomach and empty your sinuses. If you're a beer fanatic, be sure to visit the Mill... More »
The eclectically decorated, den-style Front caters to those interested in either casually chatting or all-night dancing to top 20 hits supplied by the... More »
Amid our current craft-beer boom and surge of restaurants serving cocktails as complicated, nuanced, and labor-intensive as any dish on their dinner menu, Twin Cities residents seem to be making brewery taprooms and underground lounges their...
If more musicians studied ethnomusicology, a guy like Julian Lynch wouldn't be so rare. Currently working on his Ph.D. in anthropology at UW-Madison, Lynch is wildly open about the instrumentation, time signature, and feel of his avant-pop songs, but never loses a focused approach. His outcomes shift into jazz, acoustic psychedelia, synthesizer-based trippines, and brassy world music. In all...
The sounds of Brute Heart might be better-suited for an opium den than a rock venue. The all-female three-piece straddle many a line, drawing from dream pop, Middle Eastern and Indian sources, and art-rock as a whole. The atmospheric and trance-y tunes build from the band's viola, bass, and drum foundation to create a moody and complicated art that employs each member's individual contributions...
Best Winter happy hour in my opinion! Go in Winter b/c no patio &tThe Lasalle parking ramp underneath is validated, and is heated!Read Full Review
Usually go here for drinks. Get there early though because this place is always packed. It's hard to get a seat in this neighborhood bar.Read Full Review
The Loop is my favorite place to go downtown. Always a good mix of people and great food! The Loop is one of the few places in Minneapolis that is fun for a business lunch, happy hour with friends, a Saturday night out or for Sunday football & the brunch buffet. If you haven't been, you're missing out.Read Full Review
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