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Station 4

Station 4

Station 4 boasts a convenient location, friendly bar staff, an unostentatious neighborhood-bar atmosphere and a stage area that accommodates metal's loudness well.
Clubhouse Jager

Clubhouse Jager

This immaculately-restored Germanic-style pub with its popular outdoor patio is a sort of trendy end-cap of the Warehouse district's nightlife, foregoing a TV-assault atmosphere of noise for a relatively low-key atmosphere.
Whole Music Club

Whole Music Club

Nestled in the basement of Coffman Union, the Whole has been a fixture on the U of M's campus since the hippie days. There's no such thing as an expensive show here -- typical cover charge is $5 or less.

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  • Gabe

    Gabe's by the Park

    991 N. Lexington Parkway St. Paul, MN 55103
    651-646-3066 Twin Cities sports bars are understandably barren territory for fans of out-of-state sports teams, but Gabe's by the Park is happy to provide an oasis. Located in St. Paul next to Como Park—a good eight miles from those unruly Gopher-fiends in Dinkytown—Gabe's boasts more than 20 television sets, including two big-screens. But Gabe’s food is meant to pair well with locals and local game-watching too, serving pub grub from chicken wings, to monstrous portions of nachos, something called pizza fries - brushed with garlic butter and smothered in mozzarella cheese, as well as larger plates like fish and chips, and sticky baby back ribs. Guinness, Harp, Smithwicks, and domestics are all on tap and ring in at under $4 every day of the week. Read more about Gabe's by the Park >>

  • Gabe's Rinkside Bar and Grill

    9250 Lincoln St. NE Blaine, MN 55434

  • Gallagher-Hansen Post 295 VFW

    Gallagher-Hansen Post 295 VFW

    111 Concord Exchange S. South St. Paul, MN 55075
    651-455-1505 Like all other VFWs, the Gallagher-Hansen Post 295 in South St. Paul operates to honor and serve veterans and their families. In addition to the two bars, Post 295 boasts a large seating area and dance floor, as well as food specials, family events, and live music. And there's one thing that sets Post 295 apart from most other VFWs -- its awesome Dirty Harry pinball machine, complete with pistol-grip plunger. Read more about Gallagher-Hansen Post 295 VFW >>

  • Gallaghers Bar

    888 Ohio St. St Paul, MN 55118-1210

  • Gay 90

    Gay 90's

    408 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55401
    612-333-7755 Self-proclaimed as a gay & straight- friendly "beautiful people" bar, the Gay 90's has been a Minneapolis touchstone for decades. The drink specials will appeal to any penny-pincher, and the nightly drag shows are pure entertainment. The building itself is more than 90 years old and was initially bought piece by piece, creating the 6 unique bars of the Gay 90's. As you would imagine, each bar has its own theme and look, from tin ceilings and rock walls to painted murals on the walls left over from the days a Chinese restaurant took residence. Such an effort to make a large bar out of many businesses may go unnoticed by the crowd, but it's appreciated by the many generations that have frequented the Gay 90's. Read more about Gay 90's >>

  • Ginkgo Coffeehouse

    Ginkgo Coffeehouse

    721 Snelling Ave. N. St. Paul, MN 55104
    651-645-2647 Located on Snelling Avenue near Hamline University, Ginkgo Coffeehouse is Midway's gathering place not only for coffee, but also for music, presented here on a small stage facing the busy street outside. This family-friendly cafe also has a menu offering a variety of fair-trade and organic products and is open until 11 on school nights, midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Read more about Ginkgo Coffeehouse >>

  • Glockenspiel


    605 W. 7th St. St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-292-9421 Glockenspiel is St. Paul"s counterpart to the Black Forest Inn, a family-owned restaurant serving traditional German favorites like schnitzel stroganoff, sauerbraten, and wursts. As delightful as a cuckoo clock, this restaurant is filled with tchotchkes-nutcrackers, hand-painted plates and ceiling tins, beer steins, and beer barrels that create a homey atmosphere. You can also drink beer out of a giant glass boot, charmingly called "das boot," so how can you go wrong? The atmosphere is joyful and boisterous, especially on weekends, when you might be serenaded by a lederhosen-clad accordionist, tuba player, or yodeler. Read more about Glockenspiel >>

  • Gluek

    Gluek's Restaurant & Bar

    16 N. 6th St. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-338-6621 While it's a popular downtown hotspot for young patrons and post-game revelers, there's a bit of an old-school feel to Gluek's -- which makes sense, since their namesake brewery was one of the oldest in the state. While the brewery is long gone, the bar remains, and its unique atmosphere and offerings -- including a couple fine in-house beers and a weekly live band karaoke night -- sets it apart in a crowded entertainment district. Read more about Gluek's Restaurant & Bar >>

  • Gopher Bar

    Gopher Bar

    241 7th St. E. St. Paul, MN 55101
    651-291-9638 The Gopher Bar has been a part of the Saint Paul landscape for almost 70 years. The bar claims to serve the best Coney Island dog in the city, and its incredibly causal ambiance creates a welcoming environment for any Minnesota sports fan to pound a few brews and watch the game. Be sure to bring some folding money because this bar is cash only. Read more about Gopher Bar >>

  • The Grand 7

    The Grand 7

    315 W. 7th St. St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-222-6104 The Grand 7 -- named for the intersection its corner entry sits on -- retains much of the divey charm of the space's old days. (One example: a gigantic sign behind the bar states, in no uncertain terms, that the staff "reserve the right to refuse service to f---ing idiots.") But thanks to its proximity to the Xcel Center, it does attract a large crowd for hockey and other sporting events, and its Wild-friendly decor and flatscreen TVs make it an even split between sports bar and local watering hole. Read more about The Grand 7 >>

  • Grandma's Sports Garden

    425 Lake Ave. S. Duluth, MN 55802

  • Great Waters Brewing Company

    Great Waters Brewing Company

    426 St. Peter St. St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-224-2739 This downtown pub, popular with the arena and business sets alike, boasts a long list of site-brewed craft beers. You can imbibe inside the vintage building's friendly confines or out on the breezy patio -- or even take home your own 64-ounce "growler" jug of their latest concoction. The menu is rounded out by a wide selection ranging from bar-food appetizers to gourmand entrees. Read more about Great Waters Brewing Company >>

  • Ground Zero

    Ground Zero

    15 4th St. NE Minneapolis, MN 55414

    Ground Zero is a centrally located bar with an authentic underground, industrial and stylish character. Don't be surprised to see the space decorated with chain-linked fences, street signs, stone statues and skeletons, as it adds to the subversive atmosphere created by the dominatrix cage-style dancers and low, colored lighting. It offers a very large dance floor, two levels, two bars, and several themed nights, including the long-running Bondage-A-Go-Go. Read more about Ground Zero >>

  • Grumpy


    2200 4th St. NE Minneapolis, MN 55418
    612-789-7429 This Grumpy's (one of three locations) feels like a comfortable, worn-in local bar. Its decorations have withstood some wear-and-tear but create a charming, relaxed and engaging atmosphere. The walls carry the usual bar dressings, including neon lights and beer-sign decorations. Television sets and a nice patio offer entertainment value along with frequent shows, trivia and special events. Read more about Grumpy's >>

  • Grumpy

    Grumpy's Bar & Grill

    1111 Washington Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55415
    612-340-9738 Pool, karaoke, drinks -- sure, Grumpy's has the kind of necessities you might find at most bars, but they're all wrapped in a spectacular package: part punk dive, part martini-swank joint and all cool, this Washington Avenue fixture (with other locations in Northeast Minneapolis and Roseville) has one of the best karaoke nights in town and a history of fun events from comedy nights to meat raffles. Read more about Grumpy's Bar & Grill >>

  • Grumpy

    Grumpy's Bar & Grill

    2801 Snelling Ave. N. Roseville, MN 55113
    651-379-1180 The Roseville Grumpy's offers a different feel than its city-limits kin. Aside from the fact that it offers a full menu, it also puts forward an impressively large selection of beers as well as frequent drink specials. The entertainment ranges from "Happy Awesome Trivia Time" to comedy nights, karaoke, and recognizable tunes to sing along to, with the most populated nights occurring during sports games. The bar is new, well kept and decorated much like one would expect from a sports bar, complete with a pool and darts room near the spacious patio. Read more about Grumpy's Bar & Grill >>