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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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  • B-Dale Club

    2100 Dale St. N. Roseville, MN 55113
    651-489-5386

    http://www.b-dale.com

  • B.J.

    B.J.'s Liquor Lounge

    229 W. Broadway Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55411
    612-521-4144

    When you want a what-you-see-is-what-you-get sort of spot, a place not dressed up and thus rarely disappointing, BJ's Liquor Lounge is your place. Located at the busy intersection of Washington and Broadway just off I-94 in Near North Minneapolis, BJ's looks like an unassuming Northeast dive bar from the outside, and proves to be just that once you step inside. Past a small game room is a bar, small stage, and a number of tables where one can sit quietly and drink or, if one chooses, carouse with one of the dancers on duty. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Babe

    Babe's Music Bar

    20685 Holyoke Ave. W. Lakeville, MN 55044
    952-469-5200

    http://www.babesmusicbar.com

  • Bamboo Betty

    Bamboo Betty's

    3800 Restwood Road Circle Pines, MN 55014
    763-786-1014

    Bar-goers tend to also enjoy bar-hopping, even in tiny Lexington. That makes Bamboo Betty's across-the-street proximity to Cowboy's Saloon valuable. Business is good on the weekends with crowds dominated by youngish domestic beer-swilling locals. The space functions like a smaller version of the Cabooze: a rectangular bar lined with hightop tables greets visitors while a band stage and floor space occupies the rear wall. A popular party spot in the north 'burbs. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Bar Abilene

    Bar Abilene

    1300 Lagoon Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-825-2525

    http://www.barabilene.com If you mix them, they will come! Bar Abilene has proved this, building an almost cult-like following with their 16-ounce margaritas made with fresh juices and top-shelf tequilas. Truly, people drive in from the farthest corners of the metro area for these jewel-bright drinks made from some 90 tequilas and 30 juices. All hail the beauty of fresh squeezed lime! The kitchen produces some clean, fresh, slightly elevated versions of Mexican favorites. The guacamole is made before your eyes, at tableside, and because of that it's as fresh and good as possible. The chili, made with sirloin steak and black beans, is both rib-sticking and sophisticated. A Frank-Gehry-meets-Hopalong-Cassidy interior, and the biggest television in Uptown round out the experience. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Bar Fly

    Bar Fly

    711 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-333-6100

    http://www.barflyminneapolis.com The street-level portion of this Hennepin Avenue club complex is home to young crowds, top 40 DJs and regular drink specials. A large main room, the entryway "Boom Boom Room," and a summer patio give patrons plenty of space to party. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Bar La Grassa

    Bar La Grassa

    800 N. Washington Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55401
    612-333-3837

    http://www.barlagrassa.com Chef Isaac Becker, who runs the 112 Eatery with his wife Nancy St. Pierre, partnered with some of the restaurateurs behind Barrio, to launch this trendy, Warehouse District pasta bar. The space exudes the relaxed luxury of a wealthy person's family cabin and even though La Grassa means "the fat" in Italian, the eats aren't necessarily fancy or spendy. The menu looks like an Italian version of a Spanish tapas bar, including raw halibut antipasti, burrata bruschetta, and nearly two dozen fresh and dried pastas, the best of which is the pillowy gnocchi perked up with caramelized cauliflower and citrus. The pork ribs, marinated in garlic, rosemary, and chiles, are better than those at some places that call them their specialty: magically crusted on top, yet moist and fatty underneath. But don't eat too many or you won't have room for caramel crepes or lemon lavender mousse. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Bar Louie

    Bar Louie

    1348 Lagoon Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-824-1529

    http://www.barlouieamerica.com

  • Barbette

    Barbette

    1600 W. Lake St. Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-827-5710

    http://www.barbette.com Barbette is an Uptown dining legend--the fries consistently win awards as the best in town, the wine list is shockingly affordable and well chosen, the food has tended to showcase fine-dining sourcing at everyday prices. Seriously, this has long been the place wine and dining professionals go when they're picking up their own checks. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Barker

    Barker's Bar & Grill

    413 2nd St. Hudson, MN 54016
    715-386-4123

    http://www.barkersbarandgrill.com

  • Barley John

    Barley John's Brew Pub

    781 Old Highway 8 SW Moundsview, MN 55112
    651-636-4670

    http://www.barleyjohns.com Barley John's can hardly be called undiscovered anymore, even in far-flung Mounds View. After all, the pub picked up a pair of City Pages' "Best of" honors in 2010¬ for brewpub and best suburban bar. While Barley John's signature brews are a major attraction, they don't let the food side of the equation down. You'll find plenty of typical bar fare on the menu, from burgers to beer-battered fish to a bevy of pizzas (including a hot chipotle variety), but there are also items like a portobello mushroom melt, pasta specials, and hearty fare like beef tenderloin and a smoked pork chop. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Barrio Tequila Bar

    Barrio Tequila Bar

    235 E. 6th St. St. Paul, MN 55101
    651-222-3250

    http://www.barriotequila.com Following the success of their initial Nicollet Mall location, Barrio's Lowertown location offers more of the same -- and good thing, too. Delicious margaritas, excellent Mexican fare and a remarkably expansive selection of tequila echo the Minneapolis spot, but the wide-open atmosphere and gorgeous Mears Park view give the St. Paul incarnation a personality of its own. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Barrio Tequila Bar & Cafe

    Barrio Tequila Bar & Cafe

    925 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55402
    612-333-9953

    http://www.barriotequila.com Forget all the awful tequila stories you've heard (or told)--the ones that ended hunched over the toilet, waking up in a stranger's bed, or spending the night in jail--because Barrio is out to class up the much-maligned spirit. Tim McKee and Josh Thoma, of La Belle Vie fame, partnered with local real estate developers Tim Rooney and Ryan Burnet (Burnet worked with his father, Ralph, on the illustrious Chambers and W hotels) to create a tequila bar that treats the spring-break party drink with a reverence typically reserved for wine. The dark, cozy space is decorated in a Latin Goth, with an eerie, Day of the Dead-like festivity--you'd hardly recognize it as a former Dunn Bros. coffee shop. Despite Barrio's emphasis on its 100-plus-bottle tequila list, the food is what's really fantastic. Executive chef Bill Fairbanks (a longtime La Belle Vie sous chef) serves refined versions of street foods from Mexico and Central and South America: Tecate-battered fried mahi-mahi tacos, red chile enchilada with fried egg and chorizo, and barbecued pork sopes. He also serves some fancier fare, dishes like tequila-cured salmon, ahi tuna with quinoa, and diver scallop ceviche. Just make sure to save room for the churros. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Bayport BBQ

    Bayport BBQ

    328 5th Ave. N. Bayport, MN 55003
    651-955-6337

    http://www.bayportbbq.com In Texas, barbecue aficionados have been known to drive 50 miles for lunch. And before Bayport BBQ opened in the St. Croix River town by the same name, Minnesotans in search of Texas-style smoked brisket, ribs, sausage, and chicken would have needed at least a tank or two of gas. Previously the more formal Bayport Cookery, the BBQ spot has retained the building's pretty stained glass, but it now has white paper on the tabletops, plays gut-punching blues on overhead televisions, and serves meat by the pound, family style, on big metal trays. The meat is consistently smoky and tender, whether served sliced, pulled, sausage-cased, or still on the bone--and it can be gussied up with bites of creamy potato au gratin, baked beans, and pickles. A few other nice touches: Recycled Corona bottles filled with barbecue sauce line up on a warmer; sweet tea and bloody Marys made with white whiskey are served in Mason jars, and Bayport bakes its own artisan-style rolls in lieu of packaged white bread. When there's nary a scrap of meat left on the tray, you can take your slice of pecan pie for the road. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Bayside Grille

    Bayside Grille

    687 Excelsior Blvd. Excelsior, MN 55331
    952-474-1113

    http://www.bayviewevent.com/grille.html There's nothing like lakeside dining in Minnesota, and the Bayside Grille has that in spades, with a deck for the warmer months and a great view all the time of Lake Minnetonka. The Bayside features both a breakfast and lunch-dinner menu, with plenty of options--from burgers, sandwiches, and wraps to waffles and breakfast fajitas to a variety of flatbread pizzas. Breakfasts are generally in the $6 to $7 range, with the lunch and dinner items running from around $9 to $19. The restaurant is only part of the attractions, as it sits behind the BayView Event Center, charters cruises that start and end at the restaurant, and also features live music. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • The Beat Coffeehouse

    The Beat Coffeehouse

    1414 W. 28th St. Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-910-0360

    http://www.thebeatcoffee.com Sitting nestled just off Hennepin's hub-bub, The Beat offers the full range of coffees, flavors, teas, juices, and different sandwiches we've all grown accustomed to post-Seattle explosion (was that 100 years ago?). High ceilings, open space, and lovely street seating are just a few more amenities for this understated Uptown establishment. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Beaujo

    Beaujo's Wine Bar & Bistro

    4950 France Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55410
    952-922-8974

    http://www.beaujos.net This cozy bistro and wine bar is where grown-up Edina folk go in lieu of Perkins. The walls are painted in golden hues, which has a warming affect like that of the dozens of wines served by the served by the half-glass and flight, in addition to the standard glass or bottle. The food is mostly approachable--pan fried walleye, flatbread pizza, portobello mushroom sandwich--but sometimes gets as edgy as PEI mussels steamed in a coconut milk, Kaffir lime, and lemongrass broth. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Bebop Sports Bar

    1009 109th Ave. NE Blaine, MN 55434-3729
    612-803-6468

    http://www.bebopsportsbar.com/

  • Beehive Tavern

    937 3rd St. E. St Paul, MN 55106-5201
    651-776-8930

  • Beer Belly's

    1267 Geneva Ave. N. Oakdale, MN 55128-5705
    651-735-5356

  • Biff

    Biff's Sports Bar & Grill

    7777 NE Highway 65 Fridley, MN 55432
    763-784-9446

    http://www.biffssportsbar.com This American-themed sports bar offers predictable bar favorites along with a variety of entertainment options. It is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. For lunch or dinner, Biff's serves 12- and 16-inch pizzas for $11 and $14 (with each extra topping $2). Dinner entrees include the likes of chicken alfredo, roasted chicken, and walleye in the $10 to $13 range. You can also build your own burgers and chicken sandwiches. Biff's hosts pool and dart leagues and live music on weekends. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Big 10 Restaurant & Bar

    Big 10 Restaurant & Bar

    606 Washington Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN 55414
    612-378-0467

    http://www.big10restaurant.com A campus institution, the Big 10 Restaurant & Bar has been serving the U of M community for generations. The exposed brick and wood booths give the bar a warm feeling, and the sports-bar decor reveals its focus on the local rooter crowd. The bar provides nightly specials and themed nights, including trivia night and ladies' night. And the sizable space can handle large crowds of sports fans, whether they're looking to celebrate their latest victory or sulk over a recent defeat. Either way, they're treated to a variety of beers on tap, free popcorn, classic rock tunes and a full menu. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Big Wood Brewery

    2222 Fourth Street White Bear Lake, MN 55110
    612-360-2986

    http://www.bigwoodbrewery.com

  • Billy Bob

    Billy Bob's Pub 'n Grub

    8060 Highway 55 Rockford, MN 55373
    763-477-4742

    http://www.billysinrockford.com Billy Bob's Pub 'N Grub is a small town bar that's been open since the early 1980s and still maintains a large crowd of regulars. Every weekend it features live music, with a large dance floor providing plenty of space to boot-scoot and boogie. Other diversions include billiards, meat raffles and euchre tournaments. Read more about this Minneapolis bar or club >>

  • Billy

    Billy's On Grand

    857 Grand Ave. St. Paul, MN 55105
    651-292-9140

    http://www.billysongrand.com

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