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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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  • Half Time Rec

    Half Time Rec

    1013 Front Ave. St. Paul, MN 55103
    651-488-8245 Made famous by the '90s comedy classic Grumpy Old Men, the Half Time Rec has been a staple of the Saint Paul nightlife scene for several years. Its stage hosts some of the best Irish music in the Cities, and its basement is the home of two bocce quarts. The plethora of bar games may make the Half Time Rec an ideal place to spend a happy hour, but it's the friendly atmosphere that keeps the thirsty public coming back. Read more about Half Time Rec >>

  • The Happy Gnome

    The Happy Gnome

    498 Selby Ave. St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-287-2018 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 fix, as the Happy Gnome features more than 300 of them. Housed in a former fire station, the bar features ample rail space and cozy booths that run along tall windows overlooking Selby Avenue. Read more about The Happy Gnome >>

  • Hat Trick Lounge

    Hat Trick Lounge

    134 E. 5th St. St. Paul, MN 55101
    651-228-1347 A neighborhood bar back when such a thing was an anomaly in downtown St. Paul, the Hat Trick Lounge caters to a clientele that's more local and blue-collar than the suit-and-tie or hockey jersey crowds that frequent the area's other establishments. A wide variety of bands -- rock, R&B, jazz, country and surf, among others -- play every Friday and Saturday night. Read more about Hat Trick Lounge >>

  • Heartland Restaurant

    1806 St. Clair Ave. St Paul, MN 55105-1936

  • Hell

    Hell's Kitchen

    80 S. 9th St. Minneapolis, MN 55402
    612-332-4700 On any given Sunday, as the faithful gather at their churches to sing, praise, and pray, another kind of worshiper lines up on the stairway to Hell. "Why people would wait two hours for brunch boggles my mind," Hell's Kitchen chef/co-owner Mitch Omer says of the lines at his restaurant. "I wouldn't wait two hours to meet the pope." Omer and his fellow chef-owner, Steve Meyer, moved Hell's Kitchen into a vast, subterranean lair that was formerly the home of Rossi's steak house and jazz club and it still can barely contain the crowds. With its pajama-clad brunch staff, and gothic decor, Hell's has more personality than most downtown eateries and it might be the only place in town whose caramel rolls are worth considering selling one's soul to the devil. The lemon ricotta hotcakes are as light as angel wings and the sausage bread is not-to-be-missed. For lunch or dinner, Hell's bison burgers and walleye BLTs are preferable to the more experimental items, but overall, it's a helluva place. Read more about Hell's Kitchen >>

  • Hennepin Theatre Trust

    800 Lasalle Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55402

  • Herkimer Pub & Brewery

    Herkimer Pub & Brewery

    2922 Lyndale Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-821-0101 If you're looking to enjoy a unique local beer, The Herkimer Pub and Brewery in the heart of Uptown is a popular option. This bar and restaurant offers a wide range of home-brewed suds ranging from light ales to dark German bock beers. The Herk (as locals have dubbed it) also features an array of bar games like darts and pool, and in decent weather boasts a beanbag tossing court located next to their outdoor dining area. Read more about Herkimer Pub & Brewery >>

  • Hexagon Bar

    Hexagon Bar

    2600 27th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406
    612-722-3454 Looking for all your ultra-hip friends? Check here first. The Hexagon is Minneapolis' first stop for all the local bands that are starting to create a buzz around town. It's split into two sections, "The bar side" and "The stage side" as most refer to them. Catch up on the latest gossip with your companions over a beer on the bar side before heading over to the stage side to see that band you've been hearing so much about lately. Read more about Hexagon Bar >>

  • Hollihan

    Hollihan's Pub

    2160 3rd St. White Bear Lake, MN 55110
    651-429-0280 By now a White Bear Lake institution, Hollihan's is featured on a local walking tour of historical pubs in the area. Be brave and belly-up to the neon-flooded bar or hang out on the hidden backdoor porch, both worthy places to toss a few back after that tough loss (or big win) on the softball field. Read more about Hollihan's Pub >>

  • Honey


    205 E. Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55414
    612-746-0306 Sitting between Ginger Hop and Kramarczuk's, this inconspicuous basement-level lounge is marked only by the honey bee on its door and windows. It makes for a nice late-night stop, featuring unique cocktails, small plates, desserts, and chocolates. The space has been transformed from what once had to be a dingy storage area into a hip, chic, and surprisingly beautiful venue. Honey is not without its raw walls and old concrete, but it makes up for it with plush couches, luxurious yellow lighting, and a notable low-hanging chandelier centerpiece. You can stop by almost any night of the week to catch some live music or a dance-worthy DJ set. Read more about Honey >>

  • Hoover

    Hoover's Pub

    755 Jackson St. Maplewood, MN 55117

    Tucked among Oakland Cemetery, Region's Hospital and numerous industrial zones on St. Paul's North End is this neighborhood pub. The brick, windowless and slightly intimidating exterior shouldn't discourage adventurous barflies from checking out Hoover's. The interior is clean, well-decorated and pleasantly staffed. Shuffleboard, pull-tabs and a mini-chip bag rack at the bar complete its retro Midwestern pub aesthetic. Read more about Hoover's Pub >>

  • Hopkins Tavern On Main

    Hopkins Tavern On Main

    819 Main St. Hopkins, MN 55343
    952-933-1230 This downtown Hopkins bar offers features that you would find at most local small town bars -- pull tabs, daily happy hours, pool tables and video games, to name a few. But the Tavern also features some unique attractions, not the least of which is bango. For the last few years, bango has brought in quite the crowd: playing may result in a nice windfall, since the cash prize can reach as high as a substantial $3,000. The large patio is open in the summer, and a small smoke shack takes residence in winter months. The Tavern on Main also opens at 8 a.m., and everyone from early birds to third-shifters just off work can enjoy one of 21 beers on tap. Read more about Hopkins Tavern On Main >>

  • Hubert

    Hubert's Bar & Restaurant

    601 Chicago Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55415

    The original location for Hubert's is parked across the street from the Metrodome it shares its Gubernatorial namesake with. And while recent years have seen its clientele shift to a largely Vikings-exclusive crowd since the Twins' move across Downtown, this sports bar still draws crowds and maintains the friendly, memorabilia-strewn atmosphere that's had fans streaming in since the early '80s. Read more about Hubert's Bar & Restaurant >>

  • Hubert

    Hubert's Sports Bar & Grill

    600 1st Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55415
    612-767-2960 The Target Center location of Hubert's shares a name and a lineage with the sports bar that's been a Metrodome-vicinity fixture since 1984. But where the original location cozily serves the Vikings crowd these days, this Hubert's massive size more comfortably accommodates pre- and post-game visitors from the full-to-capacity Target Field crowd, as well as concert and Timberwolves attendees in the same building. If you can't get a ticket to the big game just a few dozen yards away, Hubert's gigantic sports memorabilia collection and TVs in every conceivable viewing area (yes, including the restrooms) should help make up for it. Read more about Hubert's Sports Bar & Grill >>