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  • Alliance Francaise

    113 N. 1st St. Minneapolis, MN 55401
    612-332-0436

    http://www.afmsp.org Ages 4-12. Activities: Introduces French language through games, songs, crafts and other activities; nonprofit cultural organization providing French language classes for adults and children. More >>

  • Brasserie Zinc

    Brasserie Zinc

    1010 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55402
    612-904-1010

  • Brit

    Brit's Pub & Eating Establishment

    1110 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-332-3908

    http://www.britspub.com Situated across from Peavey Plaza and Orchestra Hall, Brit's Pub is one of the best destinations for drinking and socializing on Nicollet Mall. The warmer months accommodate a popular patio, lawn bowling, and rooftop bar, while year-round entertainment options include weekly pub quizzes, screenings of soccer and rugby games, and a fine selection of English lagers. More >>

  • The Cedar Cultural Center

    The Cedar Cultural Center

    416 Cedar Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55454
    612-338-2674

    http://www.thecedar.org While they've hosted plenty of touring and local rock and jazz bands, this West Bank institution is the place to go if you want to see the cream of world music. This converted movie theater, featuring both seated and standing viewing, has hosted everything from Tuvan throat singing to Scandinavian folk to African hip hop and beyond, making it one of the most globally illuminating venues in the Midwest. More >>

  • Red Eye Theater

    Red Eye Theater

    15 W. 14th St. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-870-0309

    http://www.redeyetheater.org Red Eye Theater is an innovative and experimental theater found in the Loring Park neighborhood. Showcasing small theater groups, this venue is the place to go to experience local cutting-edge talent. During the theater’s “New Work Weeks,” Saturday night performances include artist meet-and-greets with drinks and snacks post-show. Performances take place Thursday through Sunday, with tickets ranging from $8 to $15. And parking is a bear in this neighborhood, so wear comfortable shoes -- you might be walking a few blocks. More >>

  • Solera Restaurant & Event Center

    Solera Restaurant & Event Center

    900 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-338-0062

    http://www.solera-restaurant.com The Twin Cities were forever changed the fateful night that this four-story tapas bar opened in the middle of downtown. It wasn't just the Gaudi-inspired architecture with all that Barcelona style that changed Minnesota. And it wasn't just that Solera has probably this country's best sherry list, and one of the best Spanish wine lists. It wasn't even the sunny rooftop party deck, with its house-music-all-night-long summer vibe. It was this: Suddenly Minnesotans of every income could get a taste of richly nuanced, deeply spiced, purely pleasurable cooking, at a quarter of the price that had made critics swoon. Sit at the chef-staffed tapas bar for the most purely gourmet treats (just ask the chef to cook for you). More >>

  • Walker Art Center

    Walker Art Center

    1750 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-375-7600

    http://www.walkerart.org Opened in 1927 as the first public art gallery in the Upper Midwest, the Walker Art Center has since become one of the top contemporary art museums in the nation. Holding court in the Lowry Hill neighborhood, it’s impossible to drive by without catching a glimpse of the Spoonbridge and Cherry in the Sculpture Garden -- one of the most iconic landmarks in all of Minnesota. The museum runs several exhibitions at a time, with dozens featured every year, in addition to the lectures, classes and workshops, tours, and screenings at the Walker Cinema that are also frequently featured. Not to be confined by its own walls, however, the Walker hosts many events outside of the venue itself, like the annual Rock the Garden music fest on the museum lawn or the summer movie series held across the street in Loring Park. Even the Sculpture Garden hosts its own selection of events and activities, such as an artist-designed mini golf course that was introduced in 2013. Once you’ve gotten your fix of the latest collections, head upstairs to Gather by D’Amico for lunch. The first Saturday of each month is free, often featuring a rotating schedule of special events and activities, and space rental for private parties or other events is also available. Whether you are into paintings, digital work, film, dance, or art of the extremely conceptual variety, the Walker has it all. More >>

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