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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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  • Narrows Saloon

    3380 Shoreline Drive Navarre, MN 55392
    952-471-3352 Nestled about a mile away from its original location on a channel of Lake Minnetonka, the Narrows boasts live music almost every night and a menu of fish and chicken, with a primary focus on Cajun-this and Spicy-that. The expansive menu includes a full weekend brunch. With a casual, laid-back feel, Narrows is primarily known as a drinks and music place just off the fancy Lake Minnetonka beat, so prices are easy on the wallet, with no entrée more than $15. Read more about Narrows Saloon >>

  • Neisen

    Neisen's Sports Bar & Grill

    4851 W. 123rd St. Savage, MN 55378
    952-846-4513 Don't let the quiet, small town street it resides on fool you: Neisen's is a lively spot for the South Metro, featuring live music Thursday through Saturday nights, karaoke, line dancing, and even wrestling, Thai boxing and MMA events. If it's gaming you seek, the bar and restaurant also offers bingo, pull tabs, pool, video games, Texas Hold 'Em... and Beer Pong, if that's the sort of game that suits you best. Read more about Neisen's Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Neumann

    Neumann's Bar

    2531 E. 7th Ave. N. Maplewood, MN 55109
    651-770-6020 Minnesota's oldest continuously operating bar, Neumann's has been a mainstay of North St. Paul since it was first opened by the Hamm's Brewery in 1887. Since then, it's survived a fire that destroyed its original location (now its patio, with the new bar quickly built to replace it in the early 20th century), Prohibition (selling "near-beer" and maybe a little extra on the down-low), and the communications revolution that dictated the bar finally install a phone connecting it by wires to the outside world for the first time -- in 1969. (Legend tells that its original owner didn't want women to be able to call the bar to check in on their husbands.) The decor features beautiful woodwork, original fixtures, a bullfrog aquarium, and very saloon-worthy taxidermy. Neumann's also offers food specials including cheap tacos and dollar burgers, as well as live music and motorcycle ride events. Read more about Neumann's Bar >>

  • New Hope Bowl Bar & Lounge

    New Hope Bowl Bar & Lounge

    7107 42nd Ave. N. Golden Valley, MN 55427
    763-537-9376 Located on a busy stretch in New Hope, the New Hope Bowl Bar & Lounge has been around for over half a century, and it shows. On a busy league night, the place is so typical of been-around-the-block bowling alleys like it that you can almost imagine your grandpa and his pals perfecting their bowling hooks and enjoying drink service to the lane while your grandma and her pals smoke and gossip in the intimate lounge area -- back when you could smoke indoors, that is. In addition to bowling and beer, this bar shares a building with one of the metro area's Italian Pie Shoppes. Check out free bowling Mondays from 10-midnight, or sand volleyball when the weather's warm. Read more about New Hope Bowl Bar & Lounge >>

  • News Room

    News Room

    990 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55402
    612-343-0073 The News Room is probably too bright and cheery to be an "authentic" newspaper hangout, but it certainly is an inviting place for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a drink. The menu hits plenty of highlights at each meal, from steak and eggs for breakfast to the vegetarian "Tree Hugger" for lunch to a salmon dinner and Chicken Roulade, which has a breast stuffed with goat cheese, spinach, and sun-dried tomatoes, all wrapped in a brick pastry. Breakfasts are typically under $10, with lunch sandwiches running a bit more and dinners ranging up to the mid $30s for several steak items. Read more about News Room >>

  • The Nickel Joint

    The Nickel Joint

    501 Blair Ave. St. Paul, MN 55103

    Think of any popular corner bar in Northeast Minneapolis. Subtract hipsters and take $2 off the price of all drinks, and you might have The Nickel Joint. Bikers, blue-collars and regulars keep it working class inside the windowless brick Frogtown building. Thursdays feature bean bag leagues and Saturdays host meat raffles, bingo and karaoke. Read more about The Nickel Joint >>

  • Niesen's Sports Bar & Grill

    4851 W. 123rd St. Savage, MN 55378

  • Nomad World Pub

    Nomad World Pub

    501 Cedar Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55454
    612-338-6424 There's sports bars, and then there's the Nomad: the West Bank watering hole -- home to an immense selection of tap beers from around the world -- has proven to be a Minnesotan soccer fan's best friend by becoming one of the best places to catch footie tournaments on TV. They also boast a great patio, an enclosed lawn tailor-made for bocce, and a stage that features regular visits from up-and-coming local bands. Read more about Nomad World Pub >>

  • Northeast Palace

    2500 4th St. NE Minneapolis, MN 55418-3437

  • Nye

    Nye's Polonaise Room

    112 E. Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55414
    612-379-2021 If Captain Kirk had come to Earth in Nordeast Minneapolis circa 1968 and had wanted to seduce a Polish princess, this is where he would have come. He would have escorted the lucky lass to a sparkly gold booth and impressed her with a dinner that ran the gamut from a chalice of shrimp cocktail to giant steaks to a Pink Squirrel for dessert. Meanwhile, the plastic-asteroid lighting and the crooners gathered around the piano bar would have put the lady in a romantic mood. The coup de grace? Everyone getting all hot and bothered while polka-dancing in the attached lounge. (That's why the captain was a scamp.) Nye's also features an inexpensive bar menu. Read more about Nye's Polonaise Room >>