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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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  • Monte Carlo Bar & Grill

    Monte Carlo Bar & Grill

    219 3rd Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55401

    A fixture of the Warehouse District dating back to the days when those buildings housed the gears of Minnesota industry instead of condos, the Monte Carlo has spent more than a century as one of the classic gems of city dining. Sandwiches, a ruling Caesar salad, and a laid-back Sunday brunch make Monte Carlo a convivial place to be. Read more about Monte Carlo Bar & Grill >>

  • Monte's Sports Bar

    8299 University Ave. NE Fridley, MN 55432
    763-784-2230 Sports bar with televised sporting events. Live rock cover tunes Fridays and Saturdays. Pool, darts, full bar. Read more about Monte's Sports Bar >>

  • Moonshine Saloon

    1179 7th St. E. St Paul, MN 55106-4013

  • The Moose on Monroe

    The Moose on Monroe

    356 Monroe St. NE Minneapolis, MN 55413

    Imagine this: a bar in Northeast with a townie vibe. Okay, no surprise that the Moose on Monroe has that kind of feel, but what sets it apart from other Northeast dives? Well, most Northeast bars have charitable gaming in the form of pull tabs, but at the Moose, you can test your luck at one of the bar's many poker tables. Texas hold 'em, bingo, karaoke, bar food and rib nights, all in one spacious bar. And if you're an early bird (or just up all night), check on the Moose for its breakfast - the bar opens at 9 Monday through Friday, 8 on the weekends. Read more about The Moose on Monroe >>

  • Morrissey's Irish Pub

    913 West Lake St. Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-465-8555 Morrisey's Irish Pub in Uptown opened on St. Patty's day, but traces its legacy back to the Erin Bragh Pub in Duluth back in 1875. Morrisey's serves a full menu of pub sandwiches and traditional fare, including corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips, and the Belfast burger with wee tots. The bar offers a wide selection of beer and wine, but specializes in whiskey. Read more about Morrissey's Irish Pub >>

  • Mortimer


    2001 Lyndale Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55405

    Mortimer's lone foosball table never seems to have a wait, and that makes this bar the place to play the highly competitive game in the Lyndale/Franklin neighborhood. Additionally, the spacious bar has affordable drinks and plenty of space to accommodate you and your friends, especially on the weekends when they open up their third bar with its unique Tiffany-style decor. Read more about Mortimer's >>

  • Mortimer


    2001 Lyndale Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55405-3025

  • Moscow On the Hill Restaurant

    Moscow On the Hill Restaurant

    371 Selby Ave. St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-291-1236 A real Russian celebratory meal is easily a seven-hour affair, full of hearty drinking, heavy dining, singing, dancing, and extreme revelry of every sort; in a restaurant, it's typical for one party to remain at a table from evening's open to late night's close. If you've got the time, the will, and the stamina, that experience can be found at Moscow on the Hill: Start off with one of a dozen varieties of vodka, follow with a bowl of borscht, more vodka, sing along with the live music for a while, get some blini or pickled fish, drink some more vodka, down a creamy entree like beef stroganoff, more vodka, and then, singing, wander off to your cab. In summer, be sure to add the lovely patio to your bar-hopping rounds. Read more about Moscow On the Hill Restaurant >>

  • The Muddy Pig

    The Muddy Pig

    162 N. Dale St. St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-254-1030 The Muddy Pig is one of those bars where banners advertise not cheap domestic pitchers but fine Belgian ales like Duvel, where the flat-screen TVs are visible but not the center of attention, and where the windows are big enough to remind you what neighborhood you're in. The Muddy Pig's beer selection ranges from familiar locals like Surly to pricey-for-a-reason connoisseur imports like Fantome. If you're overwhelmed by the cornucopia of ales and lambics-or the generous selection of scotches, bourbons, and whiskeys-a knowledgeable bartender can make a recommendation based on your interests. They don't half-ass the food, either; the kitchen is great at everything from traditional bar staples (try the nachos) to upscale tavern fare like grilled Portobello mushroom sandwiches and chicken Cordon Bleu. Read more about The Muddy Pig >>

  • Muddy Waters Bar & Eatery

    Muddy Waters Bar & Eatery

    2933 Lyndale Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55405
    612-872-2232 For years, Muddy Waters was one of Minneapolis's best-loved coffee shops, anchored to the corner of 24th and Lyndale by its iconic neon sign, or a coffee cup buoyantly floating, handle up, amidst a choppy java sea. Now it’s moved down the street, expanded into larger digs, and turned into a full-service restaurant and bar. The new space has a rustic, open feel. The front glass garage doors let the outdoors in, as do several skylights, and there's a narrow alley patio on the building's south side (that's where the neon sign ended up). It has the all-day hours of a true neighborhood hang-out, opening as a coffee shop and closing as a bar. The food, mostly gussied up bar far with a few international flourishes, is respectable, especially considering the previous version of Muddy’s did all of its cooking with a microwave and a toaster. While there are several surprisingly good salads, the restaurant will likely become best known for its hand-held American eats. Pizzas have thin but pliable crusts that pop with brown bubbles and carry a slight yeasty tang. Hot dogs come two to an order for about five bucks, and they get all the details right, from the classic snap of the casing to the sauerkraut spiked with fennel seeds, just to give it a little edge. The most hedonistic of the offerings is the fried mortadella sandwich, which the staff sometimes describes as "bourgeois bologna." It's a delicious, open-face heap of lettuce, Gruyere cheese, fried egg, and griddled meat—also available with vegetarian mock bologna. Read more about Muddy Waters Bar & Eatery >>

  • Muddy Waters Bar & Grill

    231 Broad St. Prescott, MN 54021

  • Mulligan's Bar & Grille

    5100 Eden Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55436-2337

  • Myth


    3090 Southlawn Dr. Maplewood, MN 55109
    651-779-6984 The Myth Nightclub is located north of downtown St. Paul in a spacious, modern facility. It has hosted some of the biggest acts in music, including Prince, the Flaming Lips, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, and Motley Crüe, to name a few. The club has multiple levels to watch performances from, a top-notch sound system, luxury lounges, and a rooftop patio, as well as a wide array of private VIP rooms upstairs that provide unimpeded views of the large stage. The Myth features 36,000 square feet of production space, with a capacity of 3200. The club can be rented out for special events and transformed to suit any corporate needs or private functions. In addition to live music, the Myth has also hosted MMA and boxing matches, fashion shows, and various launch parties, all in the comfortable confines of their first-class facility. The Myth, located next to the Maplewood Mall, provides plenty of free parking when the venue's vast complimentary parking lot is filled. Read more about Myth >>

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