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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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  • Stanley

    Stanley's Northeast Bar Room

    2500 University Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55418
    612-788-2529 Walking into Stanley's Northeast Bar Room feels like walking into an inviting, familiar, chic sports bar. The surroundings boast low lighting, wood floors, exposed brick walls and old photographs, perfect for a revitalizing night of conversation over a beverage. The staff is equally as warm as the atmosphere and offer a wide variety of drinks, including an extensive beer and wine list and happy hour specials. Stanley's also offers nights of karaoke, a large patio and full dinner menu. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Stargate

    1700 Rice St. Roseville, MN 55113

  • Station 280

    Station 280

    2554 Como Ave. St. Paul, MN 55108
    651-233-2165 Station 280, named for its location next to Interstate 280 on Como Avenue, aptly represents its sports bar classification. The spacious bar is well decorated with neon bar lights, pool tables, arcade games, and posters representing the wide variety of nightly specials. It serves local sports fans with games and activities occurring during all major sporting events. And the bar even provides a shuttle to and from University Avenue, so none of your friends have to miss out on the action. Station 280 also features a full food menu. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Station 4

    Station 4

    201 E. 4th St. St. Paul, MN 55101
    651-224-6372 Station 4 caters largely to metal and underground rock tastes, though they've been known to host all kinds of music. They've got a convenient location, friendly bar staff, an unostentatious neighborhood-bar atmosphere and a stage area that accommodates loudness well. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Stevie Ray

    Stevie Ray's Comedy Cabaret

    Chanhassen Theatres Chanhassen, MN 55317
    952-934-1525 You may remember going to the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre with your parents as a kid, trying to sit still through dinner and then an entire musical - probably Fiddler on the Roof or Cats. If this nostalgia isn't enough to draw you to the southwest suburbs, Stevie Ray's Comedy Cabaret, located in the complex's lower level, just might. In a smaller room lit perfectly for comedy, the troupe's performances of improv, sketches and music are fast-paced and PG-13 enough to bring grandma and the older kiddos. Performances at 7 every Friday and Saturday night, with full-service wait staff for ordering food and drinks during the show. Check it out, and ponder: "Why do they always stick comedy clubs in the basement?" Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Stonebrooke Golf Course

    2693 County Road 79 Shakopee, MN 55379

  • Stout's Pub

    1611 Larpenteur Ave W Falcon Heights, MN 55113

  • Surdyk

    Surdyk's Flights

    Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport St. Paul, MN 55111

  • Sweeney

    Sweeney's Saloon and Cafe

    96 N. Dale St. St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-221-9157 For pub crawlers, Sweeney's serves as brother bar to the nearby Muddy Pig, and its focus on low-cost happy-hour specials (including the "I'm so dang poor Poor Man Special") makes it an inexpensive nightcap. The expansive, multi-leveled back patio features murals of favorite taps, including home-grown hero Summit, and has also been known to host movie nights and fireplace-heated winter parties. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • T

    T's Place

    2713 E. Lake St. Minneapolis, MN 55406
    612-724-8868 T's Place was opened by Chef Tee Belachew, who has brought his knowledge of traditional Ethiopian home cooking and time spent researching the spices of Europe and Asia to his made-from-scratch menu. But at T's, it's not just about the food: the establishment features plenty of spots to belly up to the bar, as well as a stage for live entertainment. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • T-Shoppe Bar

    4154 Fremont Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55412-1627

  • T.j. Hooligans

    16760 Toronto Ave. Prior Lake, MN 55372
    952-447-6668 Karaoke every Wednesday within modern Prior Lake strip mall. Serving lunch and dinner until 10 p.m., and full bar open until 1 a.m. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Tavern on the Avenue

    Tavern on the Avenue

    825 Jefferson Ave. St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-227-6315 Ever taken the Victoria exit off of I-35E? Those who have probably know about Tavern on the Avenue, a neighborhood bar that's carved a niche for anyone thirsty southwest of West Seventh and between the highway and the river. Twins fans flock to the place, but it's also a good spot for watching any local team that might be in action. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Terminal Bar

    Terminal Bar

    409 E. Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55414
    612-623-4545 While it shares a name and a certain vintage blue-collar grit with a bar from Martin Scorsese's misadventures-in-SoHo film After Hours, it's nowhere near as despairing -- probably because its atmosphere is infused with a rock-club vibe that lets bar bands cut loose on the regular. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • The Lodge of Robbinsdale

    The Lodge of Robbinsdale

    4080 W. Broadway Ave. Robbinsdale, MN 55422-5604

  • The Saloon

    The Saloon

    830 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-332-0835 The GLBT-owned and operated Saloon has been a Twin Cities fixture for over three decades, offering an entertainment repertoire that caters to everyone from casual pubgoers to bear enthusiasts to diehard party boys. Traditional pursuits like karaoke and house-heavy DJ nights are augmented by more unique offerings like go-go "shower dancers" and Glee viewing nights. While the bar is a popular party focus, a recently added lounge section in the back of the building gives a more relaxed alternative to the crowded dancefloor. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Tiffany Sports Lounge

    Tiffany Sports Lounge

    2051 Ford Parkway St. Paul, MN 55116
    651-690-4747 At Tiffany's, sports are taken seriously. Either drown tears in beer while watching the latest Gophers football or Vikings heartbreaker, or use the bar's free shuttle straight to the games. Tiffany's is also the unofficial Kansas Jayhawks "headquarters" in the Twin Cities, so beware of game-day fanaticism. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Tin Cup Restaurant & Bar

    1220 Rice St. Maplewood, MN 55117

  • Toast Wine Bar & Cafe

    Toast Wine Bar & Cafe

    415 N. First St. Minneapolis, MN 55401
    612-333-4305 Toast is the wine bar put together by one of the founders of dear, departed Auriga, and if you can find its little half-underground home in the northern reaches of downtown Minneapolis's Warehouse District, you will be amply rewarded with fine, unusual, affordable wines and some of the best antipasti and cheese plates in town. The wine list is particularly strong on unusual offerings from Compania, Sicily, Salento, and other such places where the world-flattening Godzilla of Merlot and Chardonnay hasn't obliterated indigenous grapes. The charcuterie plate is all killer and no filler--it's got some of the best dry salamis and sausages available in the United States; the ever-changing cheese plate is presented with all kinds of fine-dining high-style grace notes, such as a bit of Italian pear preserves infused with spicy mustard. Paper-crusted pizzas are topped with sophisticated combinations, and desserts are often quite graceful. Sound like just the thing downtown needed? We'll toast to that. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Toby Keith

    Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill

    1623 Park Place Blvd. Minneapolis, MN 55416
    763-450-9999 Situated in a modern shopping/dining/entertainment complex catering to a more upscale suburban crowd, Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill -- part of the country artist's national chain -- is bound to draw a crowd from all over the greater Twin Cities area for its frequent shows, ranging from up-and-coming country artists to more established acts. Accordingly, the bar is spacious and has a sizable dance floor facing its large stage. A giant red, white and blue guitar is mounted to the ceiling above the bar, but the all-American motif doesn't end there. The colors figure largely into the scheme no matter where you look, from the stage, to the walls (decorated in Keith memorabilia), to the gift shop -- yes, there is a gift shop. In addition to drinks and music, the bar is home to a full-sized restaurant serving down-home, country cooking. We hear there's also a mechanical bull hiding in there somewhere. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Tom Reid

    Tom Reid's Hockey City Pub

    258 7th St. W. St. Paul, MN 55102
    651-292-9916 It makes perfect sense to have a West Seventh bar close to downtown that caters directly to the hockey diehards, but Tom Reid's isn't just another place to catch the Wild game on TV or hang out before a game. Established by the former North Stars defenseman and current Wild broadcast team member, its memorabilia-strewn atmosphere and puck-shaped awning makes it feel more like a small-scale hockey museum than a standard sports bar. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Tony Jaro

    Tony Jaro's River Garden

    2500 Marshall St. NE Minneapolis, MN 55418

    Tony Jaro's has been a staple of Nordeast since 1960. Stop by in the afternoon, and you'll find the bar filled with regulars tipping back drinks and telling a 'dirty johnny' joke or two. Wood-paneled walls are decorated with trophies from the softball teams sponsored by the bar and photos paying homage to the late Tony Jaros himself, a local celebrity who played for the Minneapolis Lakers back in the day. The bar's most famous attraction is the Greenie, a lime-flavored drink concoction created by Tony's oldest son and only found here. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Town & Country Club

    2279 Marshall Ave. St. Paul, MN 55104
    612-330-1000 The Town & Country is best known as the birthplace of Minnesota golf, as the first round of the game was played at the country club in 1893. Over the 120 years since, the club has become known for its first-class course, fine dining, and other member services. Members and their guests can dine in elegance in the main dining room, grab a quick bite in the Card Room ,or have a private meal in the Audubon Room. The River Room is often turned over to banquets, but also hosts the Town & Country Club’s weekly Sunday brunch. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Town Hall Tap

    Town Hall Tap

    4810 Chicago Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55417
    612-767-7307 To take advantage of its production capacity, Minneapolis's iconic Town Hall Brewery opened a second burger joint to showcase its beers, Town Hall Tap, at 48th and Chicago. The cozy space has high-backed booths, vintage beer signs, a hand-carved antique oak bar, and garage door-style windows to let warm breezes in. The Tap offers several Town Hall brews, including its signature Parkway Java Porter brewed with coffee beans from the neighboring Sovereign Grounds café. It's also one of the few bars in town to offer real ale, pumped from a cask, which can greatly enhance a beer's flavor and texture. Gourmet bar food goes great with the brews. Favorites include the Brie cheese curds with blackberry-jalapeño chutney, the house-cured corned beef, the beer-cheese soup, and beef-and-sausage burgers topped with an over-easy egg, hash browns, and hollandaise sauce. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • The Town House

    The Town House

    1415 University Ave. W. St. Paul, MN 55104
    651-646-7087 With a design that sets it apart from the big box retailers and long-gone auto dealerships that line University Avenue, the GLBT-friendly Town House Bar seems like a small and unassuming locale at first sight. But upon entering its front doors, a space that seems small opens to a generously-sized bar and adjoining dance floor, as well as a back room with another smaller bar and sitting area. This bar is also a great place to pick up inexpensive drinks, with all you can drink from 4-8 daily for only $9. Also expect nightly DJs, karaoke, or live entertainment. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

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