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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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  • Sail Away Cafe

    Sail Away Cafe

    3121 St. Croix Tr. Afton, MN 55001

  • Sak

    Sak's Sports Bar

    1460 E. County Road E. White Bear Lake, MN 55110
    651-484-6119 Sak's is one of the more active sports bars in the Metro: people don't just come here to watch games, they show up to play them. The bar features its own volleyball pit, while activities turn over to broomball and boot hockey as weather accommodates. If you're the type who would rather fill up on wings than bump a volleyball, Sak's offers a full menu of everything from bar food favorites to sirloin, ribs and walleye. Read more about Sak's Sports Bar >>

  • Salut Bar Americain

    Salut Bar Americain

    917 Grand Ave. St. Paul, MN 55145
    651-917-2345 Modern lounge bar lights provide a nice backdrop for rail dwellers at this French-themed eatery on Grand Avenue. Award winning pomme frites will likely go well with any $4 house wine or tap beer during happy hour. Speaking of wine, Salut keeps a respectable list while featuring different bottles daily. Read more about Salut Bar Americain >>

  • Santorini Taverna & Grill

    Santorini Taverna & Grill

    13000 Technology Drive Eden Prairie, MN 55344
    952-546-6722 With its replicas of ancient Greek artifacts, nightclub atmosphere, and booze-fueled bar crowds hitting the dance floor, Santorini Taverna is the My Big Fat Greek Wedding of local Greek restaurants-a fun-loving island vacation. (Santorini's is owned by members of the Nicklow family, the group behind the eponymous restaurant in Crystal, along with several other local dining establishments, whose followers are known to pack the place as tight as rice-filled grape leaves.) When it comes to food, stick with a "when in Greece" approach, as the traditional fare is what Santorini's does best. The Greek Peasant Sampler is loaded with Greek-American's greatest hits (spinach pie, stuffed grape leaves, thin slices of gyro meat with tzatziki yogurt dip) and lesser-known items, such as loukaniko, a spicy, fennel-tinged sausage, and a phyllo-wrapped pastichio, which is a bit like a portable moussaka. And don't forget an order of flaming cheese--Opah! Read more about Santorini Taverna & Grill >>

  • Scalzo

    Scalzo's Italian Grille

    1330 Industrial Blvd. Minneapolis, MN 55413

    Scalzo's Italian Grille at the Ramada offers a happy hour seven days a week, a variety of tap and bottled beers, and seasonal drink options like "winter warmers." And if you can't decide, you can just order the draft sampler and try a variety. The atmosphere has the feel of a familiar, well-decorated family basement, with candles, books, booths, and a warm energy. It also caters to the business crowd, offering large meeting spaces with the same sociable mood. The bar also offers a full menu and buffet. Read more about Scalzo's Italian Grille >>

  • Schooner Tavern

    Schooner Tavern

    2901 27th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406
    612-729-4365 A true locals-type bar right in the heart of Seward. The well-worn, nautical-themed (natch) interior gives the feeling that's it been here since Minneapolis was incorporated as a city. Order a Heggie's pizza if you get hungry or just belly up and listen to local cover, blues, funk and soul bands that play on the weekends. Read more about Schooner Tavern >>

  • Schroeders Bar & Grill

    605 Front Ave. St Paul, MN 55117-4708

  • Schuller

    Schuller's Tavern

    7345 Country Club Drive Golden Valley, MN 55427

    Schuller's Tavern has been tucked away on a quiet road in Golden Valley since 1929, and looks like an old hunting lodge from the outside. Inside, you'll find a homey bar that looks as though it hasn't been touched in ages. Featuring food, on/off sales, pull tabs, bingo and live entertainment, this quaint little spot is a great place to get away from loud dance music and ubiquitous bachelorette parties, and you only need to venture a few minutes west of downtown Minneapolis. Read more about Schuller's Tavern >>

  • Scoop

    Scoop's Pub & Grill

    482 114th Ave. NW Coon Rapids, MN 55448

    Get a beanbag, billiard or brew fix at this Coon Rapids neighborhood pub. Inside, Vikings paraphernalia adorns a V-shaped bar surrounded by high tops. An outdoor smoking area is provided during winter months. A pure suburban sports bar that has evolved with the times: beanbag toss takes precedence over pool or darts. Read more about Scoop's Pub & Grill >>

  • Scooters

    755 Jackson St. St Paul, MN 55117-5536

  • Serum

    Serum's Good Time Emporium

    213 Jackson St. Anoka, MN 55303
    763-421-7522 Serum's Good Time Emporium transports you back to the days when streetcars lined Jackson Avenue and the Rum River was the only means of transport. Anoka certainly has come a long way since then, and Serum's celebrates that time with its monumental collection of antiques. The pieces range from nostalgic childhood toys to black and white photos of the city, all of which fit in with the restored building where Serum's resides. The brick walls, wood floors and booths all give Serum's a rugged feel, but the bar maintains a welcoming hometown vibe. Read more about Serum's Good Time Emporium >>

  • The Seville Club

    The Seville Club

    15 Glenwood Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-465-8777 Not all strip clubs are created equal, and the Seville knows it. So instead of coasting on its fortuitous proximity to the Target Center and Target Field, this gentlemen's club makes sure to emphasize its air of class and refinement to the hilt. The dancers have one foot in old-school burlesque traditions, the waitstaff and crew are notably courteous, and the decor is heavy on classical artwork and exposed brick. Read more about The Seville Club >>

  • Shamrock


    995 W. 7th St. St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-228-9925 A music venue without an intrusive stage presence, a theme restaurant without the franchised mediocrity, an Irish pub without the manufactured schmaltz -- Shamrock's is a lot of things, but a sincere local fixture is at the top of the list. Lots of quirky entertainment fixtures are scattered about the place -- the most notable being a skill crane machine where the prize is a live lobster the kitchen will cook for you -- and there's a festive atmosphere that's suitable for families, sports fans and beer drinkers alike. (On that latter note, their tap features everything from local favorites like Summit and Finnegan's to Irish standards like Harp, Smithwick's and Guinness.) But the room has retained enough of its old-school West 7th charm to make the place feel like it's belonged there forever. Read more about Shamrock's >>

  • Shaw

    Shaw's Bar & Grill

    1528 University Ave. NE Minneapolis, MN 55413
    612-781-4405 At first glance, Shaw's appears to be a typical sports bar, displaying neon lights, high top tables, familiar beer on tap, a patio and an array of regulars. However, after a look around, these seemingly plain wall hangings reveal themselves as a much more unique collection of music-themed art (some local) and old vinyl collection turned decoration. The corner is set up with a large stage to host nights of rhythm & blues, jazz and open jam sessions. The bartenders and clientele make newcomers feel incredibly welcome, and recommend a beer or an item from the menu of legendary burgers and bar food. Read more about Shaw's Bar & Grill >>

  • Sherwood Lounge

    Sherwood Lounge

    1418 White Bear Ave. N. St. Paul, MN 55106

    The Sherwood Lounge sits on a quiet stretch of White Bear Avenue on the eastern edge of St. Paul. Quiet, that is, if you don't consider the outdoor speakers broadcasting the games presented on the sports bar-sized televisions inside. But that atmosphere isn't obtrusive - this bar is welcoming and comfortable, and features game-related events including corn feeds, bingo, Texas hold 'em, and more. Read more about Sherwood Lounge >>

  • Shiek's Palace Royale

    115 SE 4th St. Minneapolis, MN 55414

  • Shorewood Bar & Grill

    Shorewood Bar & Grill

    6161 Central Ave. NE Fridley, MN 55432
    763-398-0088 You want a view of a lake? Fine Mediterranean food and an extensive wine list? Big band jazz on Tuesdays, Karaoke on Wednesdays, and an assortment of live musical acts on the weekends? Belly dancing lessons? The Shorewood Bar & Grill has all this, and more. Situated amidst many of the more divey, small-town bars of suburbia, this spot -- featuring a full restaurant as well as a separate bar/lounge area with a small stage and dance floor -- pops up as a pleasant surprise as you head up Central Avenue and across Moore Lake. Read more about Shorewood Bar & Grill >>

  • Shortstop Bar & Grill

    1298 E. Moore Lake Fridley, MN 55432

  • Shortstop Bar & Grill

    421 Northdale Blvd. Coon Rapids, MN 55448

  • Shout House Dueling Pianos

    Shout House Dueling Pianos

    110 N 5th St Minneapolis, MN 55403-1828
    612-337-6700 This Block E piano bar is popular with the after-work set, especially the audience-request and sing-along aspects of the entertainment. Read more about Shout House Dueling Pianos >>

  • Sinners


    123 Washington Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55401

    There's a certain stretch of Washington Avenue bordering downtown Minneapolis that acts as a sort of red light district for the area, and Sinners is right at the heart of it. An offshoot of the massive adult shop Sex World, Sinners has the same no alcohol/full nude approach as some of the other strip clubs in the area, though its reputation as a high-class, worker-friendly operation makes for an additional draw. Read more about Sinners >>

  • Skinner

    Skinner's Pub

    919 Randolph Ave. St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-228-1947 One of a handful of local watering holes that line a stretch of Randolph, Skinner's Pub's fare -- including house-specialty sandwiches and build-your-own pizzas -- is ideal for a late-night nosh, whether watching a game on the above-bar flatscreen or just hanging out with friends and family. Livelier than a dive, more rootsy than a sports bar -- and dig the indoor mural dedicated to AWA pro wrestling legend "Mad Dog" Vachon. Read more about Skinner's Pub >>

  • The Skyway Theatre

    The Skyway Theatre

    711 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-333-6100 Back in the '70s, this was downtown Minneapolis's main venue to catch the latest blockbuster movie. Now it's the center of a four-story club complex, retrofitting the old multiplex into a dance club and live music space with the kind of booming sound and open sightlines that concert spaces demand. Read more about The Skyway Theatre >>

  • Sneaky Pete

    Sneaky Pete's Ultimate Fun Bar

    14 N. 5th St. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-333-8820 If the ideal bar is all things to all people, Sneaky Pete's has that lofty goal in its sights. A sizable space with room and ambiance enough to meet its sports bar/nightclub/restaurant crossover approach, this light rail-adjacent party spot offers dine-in and take-out eating, patio seating, more than four dozen flatscreen TVs, and frequent dance party nights. Read more about Sneaky Pete's Ultimate Fun Bar >>

  • Sportsmans Pub

    2124 Como Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN 55414

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