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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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  • Mac

    Mac's Industrial Sports Bar

    312 Central Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN 55414
    612-379-3379 This sports bar is located on the ground floor of a '60s office building, not quite the sparks-and-grease environment one thinks of when the word 'Industrial' comes up. But in this case, the term means industrial-strength: a dozen-plus TVs, more than two dozen tap beers and food and drink specials every night of the week. Read more about Mac's Industrial Sports Bar >>

  • Mac's Irish Sports Bar & Grill

    301 Central Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN 55414-1019

  • MacKenzie


    918 Hennepin Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-333-7268 A busy hangout for show goers from the State, Pantages and Orpheum theaters, as well as Target Field fans willing to walk a few blocks. A scenic place to grab a selection from the extensive specialty beer list. Read more about MacKenzie >>

  • Mad Jack

    Mad Jack's Sports Cafe

    8078 Brooklyn Blvd. Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
    763-424-9919 Mad Jacks prides itself on catering to more than just your average Brooklyn Park sports fan. Open for lunch and dinner, this sports bar carries the NFL and College Game Day packages on 40 TVs and has an attractive wait staff, but the Hooters comparisons end there. Low lit with comfortable wooden furniture and a large bar, Mad Jacks' pride and joy is its patio with a fireplace. The extensive menu runs the gamut from $3 potato chips to a hand-cut $22 filet mignon. Rotisserie chicken, house-made pizzas, and the requisite burgers (from $6 to $20) are most popular, but finicky palates can find non-bar food options here like the strawberry feta salad ($9) or salmon with a citrus soy glaze ($17). Revamped by the folks who own Cowboy Slim"s in Minneapolis, Mad Jacks has a kids" menu and nightly specials, plus two daily happy hours and frequent live entertainment. Parking is free and on crowded weekend nights flows into the nearby strip mall lot. Read more about Mad Jack's Sports Cafe >>

  • Mainstreet Bar and Grill

    Mainstreet Bar and Grill

    814 Mainstreet Hopkins, MN 55343
    952-938-2400 Whatever the day of the week, you're bound to find something to eat, drink or do in this bustling and spacious bar and restaurant, located in a repurposed opera house on Hopkins' charming Main Street. Eat, drink: steak specials, Fiesta Wednesdays, Bloody Mary and screwdriver breakfasts, 40 cent wings, extra cheap happy hour drinks. Do: big screens for sporting events, live music and DJs, karaoke, pool tables, Texas Hold-em, trivia, and bar games like Mingo (the bar's version of Bingo) and Deal or No Deal, both offering prizes and the chance to play for free. It's no wonder the space is busy even on a weekday evening, but don't let all that activity distract you from the bar's charm; exposed brick, and a historic yet homey ambiance. Read more about Mainstreet Bar and Grill >>

  • Malina's Sports Bar

    693 Dale St. N. St Paul, MN 55103-1510

  • Mango Bar & Grill

    Mango Bar & Grill

    501 E. Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55414

  • Manning

    Manning's Cafe & Bar

    2200 Como Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN 55414

  • Maple Tavern Bar and Grill

    Maple Tavern Bar and Grill

    9375 Deerwood Lane N. Maple Grove, MN 55369
    763-425-2700 "Bar & Grill" is the concise version of what this club actually is -- try "Bar & Grill & Banquet Hall & Music Venue" on for size. The Maple Tavern opened in 2010, and ever since, it's drawn in special-event crowds and after-work diners with patio seating, comfortable ambiance and an all-day Sunday happy hour. Read more about Maple Tavern Bar and Grill >>

  • Mario

    Mario's Keller Bar

    2300 NE University Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55418
    612-781-3860 Located beneath German pub and eatery Gasthof zur Gemutlichkeit (we'll let you translate), Mario's Keller Bar offers music, dancing and giant boots of beer in a sprawling subterranean setting. Watch college hordes, bachelorette throngs and lively baby boomers crowd the dance floor and bar to get their Deutsch on. Look for live polka bands Friday and Saturday nights from 8 until midnight, with DJs following until close. Read more about Mario's Keller Bar >>

  • Martini


    1313 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55403

    In its place at the front of the Nicollet Mall Milennium Hotel, Martini's makes no attempt to tuck itself out of the way -- just turn your head to the left after entering the revolving doors, and there it is. This play at visible accessibility makes Martini's one of the more up-front and inviting hotel lobby bars in the downtown area, and its namesake drinks make it one of the classiest. Read more about Martini's >>

  • Marvel Bar

    Marvel Bar

    50 2nd Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55401
    612-206-3929 This speakeasy at the back of The Bachelor Farmer is where the term "liquoratti" was aptly coined. The drinks are astounding, boundary-pushing, and delicious. Pip Hanson sets about creating new cocktail sensations like a Zen master. The room is perfectly dim, elegantly furnished, and perfectly constructed to woo the cool kids. Just be certain to grab a bite before you go; Marvel Bar serves the best drinks in town, but they don't serve food. Read more about Marvel Bar >>

  • Mattie

    Mattie's Lanes, Sports Bar & Grille

    365 N. Concord South St. Paul, MN 55075
    651-455-3220 Mattie's sizable sports bar might serve as a front for what this South St. Paul establishment is really about: bowling leagues. But there's plenty of fun to be had here besides knocking down pins. Pool, pull tabs and TVs make Mattie's an easy place to relax without requiring rental of bowling shoes. If you do decide to lace 'em up, Monday nights from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. provides an absurdly cheap three games and shoes for $9, and then free bowling from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. for those 21 years of age and older. Read more about Mattie's Lanes, Sports Bar & Grille >>

  • Mattie's on Main

    43 Main St. SE Minneapolis, MN 55414

  • Mayslack

    Mayslack's Music Lounge

    1428 4th St. NE Minneapolis, MN 55413
    612-789-9862 Locally renowned for its Original, an obscene portion of roast beast garnished with peppers and slapped on a bun, Mayslack's has been a NE Minneapolis institution since 1955. Hipsters and oldsters alike belly up to the bar for a wide range of cocktails and beer, including Minnesota favorite Grain Belt's new Nordeast, a brew named for the neighborhood. Dim lighting and high-backed booths allow for lying low, and live bands Thursday through Saturday nights provide permission to groove. Read more about Mayslack's Music Lounge >>

  • Mazatlan

    567 Stryker Ave. St Paul, MN 55107-2889

  • McCoy

    McCoy's Public House

    3801 Grand Way Minneapolis, MN 55416
    952-224-9494 With dark espresso wood and comfortable booths, McCoy's Public House is as inviting as the famous British establishments. The food offerings also offer comfort, but with an engaging twist. The menu offers plenty of comfort food, like the Excelsior and Grand, which is a four-cheese macaroni and cheese entree that also includes applewood-smoked chicken, smoked bacon, and green peas. Or maybe you're in the mood for something like vegetarian no-pasta lasagna, made with eggplant. Entree prices are in the $10 to $20 range, while extensive wine, beer, ale and lager lists (it is a pub) can only help an entertaining afternoon or evening. Read more about McCoy's Public House >>

  • Medina Entertainment Center

    Medina Entertainment Center

    500 Hwy. 55 Hamel, MN 55340
    763-478-6661 The Medina Entertainment Center has been a staple of Medina for over 50 years. You can't miss the huge neon sign promoting the various upcoming acts, standing just off Highway 55. The Medina offers a ballroom, a banquet hall, bowling alley, and the recently remodeled Robert's bar and restaurant. This family owned operation is able to accommodate birthday parties, weddings, reunions or just about any other special event. Sunday brunch is available in the dining area, along with daily happy hours in the bar. The venue has also has kept up with technology by providing a texting VIP club, in addition to a 106" HD big screen. Read more about Medina Entertainment Center >>

  • Memory Lanes

    Memory Lanes

    2520 26th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-721-6211 Bowling and rock music collide here on a regular basis. The stage is set up across four of the 30 lanes on weekend nights so you can go for that elusive 300 game while rocking out to cover bands, local bands and a smattering of touring bands from nearby states. In front is The Flashback Cafe with a menu featuring burger and fries-type fare. Read more about Memory Lanes >>

  • Mill City Nights

    Mill City Nights

    111 N. 5th St. Minneapolis, MN 55403

  • Miller

    Miller's on Main

    8001 Lake Drive Circle Pines, MN 55014

    Located at the crossroads of north suburban civilization (before Lake Drive travelers arrive in the real country of Columbus), Miller's on Main serves as a friendly outpost and neighborhood sports bar combined. Squeeze into the bar and belly up with locals or grab a high top in the game room complete with "Cruisn' USA." Miller's is also a haven for north metro racing fans - the SPEED channel is always available for viewing. Read more about Miller's on Main >>

  • Minneapolis Community and Technical College

    Minneapolis Community and Technical College

    1501 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403

  • Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery

    Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery

    1430 Washington Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55454
    612-339-8696 One of the best brew pubs in the city, the Town Hall Brewery boasts a 36-foot mahogany bar, 5 on-site-brewed beers (including West Bank Pub Ale), a whole bunch of single-malt scotches, and some first rate burgers. Two big rooms and patio seating give it an expansive, lively feel. Read more about Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery >>

  • MinneHAHA Comedy Club

    MinneHAHA Comedy Club

    1583 E. First Ave. Shakopee, MN 55379-1736
    612-860-9388 Now located in a spot off beautiful old riverfront Shakopee, you can find the MinneHAHA Comedy Club in action on Friday and Saturday nights, as well as for special events, in the lower level of Dangerfield's restaurant. Founded in 2006 by airline pilot and stand-up comedian Michael Orensteen, the club books comedians, hosts open mic nights, and offers both individual tickets as well as dinner/show packages. Read more about MinneHAHA Comedy Club >>

  • Minnesota Music Cafe

    Minnesota Music Cafe

    501 Payne Ave. St. Paul, MN 55130
    651-776-4699 A funky but friendly roadhouse bordering the East Side and Downtown St. Paul, the Minnesota Music Cafe is a cavernous bar and music venue with a spacious patio, prime stage setup and walls covered in local and national music memorabilia. Band lineups appeal to blues, rock, soul and metal fans alike. Read more about Minnesota Music Cafe >>

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