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  • 10 Thousand Sounds Music Festival

    41 N 10th Street Minneapolis, MN 55403

  • 318 Cafe

    318 Cafe

    318 Water St. Excelsior, MN 55331
    952-401-7902

    http://www.three-eighteen.com This little café with a big heart brings laid-back scratch-cooking to downtown Excelsior. The kitchen serves simple-but-tasty soups, sandwiches, salads, and baked goods, along with a nice selection of coffee drinks, wine, and beer. Plus, there's patio seating and live music for when you want to linger. More >>

  • 331 Club

    331 Club

    331 13th Ave. NE Minneapolis, MN 55413
    612-331-1746

    http://www.331club.com A Northeast Minneapolis destination for years, the 331 has all the amenities of a neighborhood bar -- unpretentious atmosphere, tasty bar food, a generous happy hour -- with a few touches of unique character. Stop in on Sunday during brunch hours to try out their build-your-own-pancake menu, or drop in anytime during the evening for shows from numerous local bands, including resident gigs by local country/folk stalwarts Glen Hanson and the Roe Family Singers. More >>

  • 3rd St. & 7th Ave. N

    299 7th Ave. N Minneapolis, MN 55401

    https://www.facebook.com/Remember1934

  • 400 Gallery

    400 E Broadway Bloomington, MN 55425
    952-463-0289

    http://www.facebook.com/400bar

  • 7th St. Entry

    7th St. Entry

    701 1st Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55403-1327
    612-338-8388

    http://www.first-avenue.com Call it First Avenue's auxiliary wing if you want, but this small-capacity offshoot of the venerable club is every bit as integral to the venue's identity as the mainroom. Since the early '80s, the Entry has been an ideal venue for local showcases and indie-friendly touring bands, and the room's size -- cozy without being crowded -- guarantees that you'll always have good sightlines to the stage. More >>

  • 8th Street Grill

    8th Street Grill

    800 Marquette Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55402
    612-349-5717

    http://www.8thstreetgrill.com In this skyway-strewn downtown, some of the best after-work hangouts still sit at street level, and the 8th Street Grill is one of them. The subdued decor and emphasis on homestyle cooking make it a subtler alternative to the garish whimsy of your typical chain restaurant, though the real reasons people go to those places -- namely a broad selection of appetizers and burgers, along with a massive tap beer list -- are still present. The 8th Street Grill also makes the most of its location sheltered beneath a parking garage: the entrance ramp doubles as the roof of an all-weather patio, complete with heat lamps. More >>

  • Acadia Cafe

    Acadia Cafe

    329 S. Cedar Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55454
    612-874-8702

    http://www.acadiacafe.com Ever since they moved into their current location at Cedar & Riverside on Minneapolis' West Bank, the Acadia has made itself a welcome presence in a neighborhood with no shortage of great bars. Part of that owes to the club's bountiful beer selection, with more than two dozen tap brews and more than 40 bottle beers to choose from. Less-thirsty patrons, meanwhile, congregate there for their frequent no-cover shows, which run the gamut from rock to folk to experimental music. More >>

  • Amsterdam

    Amsterdam

    6 W. 6th St. St. Paul, MN 55102
    612-285-3112

    http://www.amsterdambarandhall.com Don't let the downtown St. Paul location throw you: having spotted a gap in the area's live music department, Amsterdam has jumped into it feet-first. A destination bar with a focus on live music and DJs, this venue from the same Oulman-family braintrust that gave Nordeast the 331 has a modern, open-floor layout with a well-balanced distribution between booths, bar seating and dancefloor space. Eclectic bar food with a Netherlands twist complements a wide bar selection. More >>

  • Aster Cafe

    Aster Cafe

    125 SE Main St. Minneapolis, MN 55414
    612-379-3138

    http://www.aster-cafe.com St. Anthony Main's Aster Café is located in what is arguably the most beautiful and picturesque slice of Minneapolis. The space features an extensive and quirky beer and wine list, simple but highly intelligent (and very local) breakfast, dinner, and dessert menus, specialty tea-infused cocktails, and an ambiance that is at once cozy and relaxed. Whether you're sitting at one of the copper-topped tables, at the hand-crafted wooden bar, or on the expansive outdoor patio, you've got the delightful view of the river against the backdrop of downtown. If you're around in the evening, things get very intimate as the lights are lowered and the stage is lit up for live music. More >>

  • Austin Music Hall

    Austin Music Hall

    208 Nueces Austin, TX 78701
    512-263-4146

    http://musichallaustin.com/

  • Babe

    Babe's Music Bar

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

    http://www.babesmusicbar.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. More >>

  • The Baroque Room

    275 E. 4th St. St. Paul, MN 55101
    651-705-6772

    http://www.thebaroqueroom.com

  • Beehive Tavern

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

  • Benson Great Hall

    3900 Bethel Drive Arden Hills, MN 55112
    651-638-6333

    http://www.bethel.edu/events/arts/venues/benson/

  • Biscuits & Blues

    1021 Bandana Blvd. E St Paul, MN 55108
    651-644-2583

    Blues club and restaurant with Blues Piano every Monday and Tuesday and great jazz and blues Wednesday-Saturday. Moderate cover charges separate from dinner, cool blues in the spacious bright red and yellow downstairs and hot, spicy Southern cuisine among the performer murals upstairs. Greens with fried or grilled chicken and catfish, jambalaya. Full bar with no smoking and late night fare. More >>

  • Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar

    Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar

    308 Prince St. St. Paul, MN 55101
    651-228-9274

    http://www.blackdogstpaul.com Located across the street from the farmer's market in hoppin' Lowertown, Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar's warehouse space is bright and airy, with a high ceiling and lots of light. In a neighborhood infused with the arts, the Black Dog follows suit with walls covered in works by local artists. It also hosts poetry readings and throws a killer block party. An ideal urban coffeehouse featuring locally roasted blends, this is also a nice lunch destination with sandwiches, soups, salads, and pizzas focusing on local produce. Black Dog has a fine happy hour (daily 4-7 p.m.) with a good beer selection and lovely wine list. Try one of the pizzas with fresh basil and three toppings for $11.95. Sidewalk seating in the summertime. More >>

  • Blainbrook Entertainment Center

    12000 NE Central Ave. Blaine, MN 55434
    763-755-8686

    http://www.blainbrook.com

  • Bloomington Symphony Orchestra

    1800 W. Old Shakopee Road Bloomington, MN 55431
    952-563-8573

    http://www.bloomingtonsymphony.org

  • Boundry Waters Blues Festival

    127 E. Sheridan Street Ely, MN 55731
    218-365-2440

    http://www.elyblues.com

  • Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater

    Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater

    810 W. Lake St. Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-825-3737

    http://www.bryantlakebowl.com Let's play free association. Theater....steaming pots of java. Bowling shoes....petite syrah. Neighborhood bar....exquisite beer list. Clearly you've been hanging around the Bryant-Lake Bowl, where a certain sort of perfect life has been achieved, a life where a love of the vine and a fascination with mastering the 7-10 split exist in beautiful harmony. Meals are reliable, hipster-diner fare: salads, pasta, fruit, cheese, sandwiches, burritos, and breakfast. Even if you're not much of an athlete, the Forties decor and unpushy service make this a swell place to while away the afternoon. More >>

  • Buetow Music Center

    300 Hamline Ave. St. Paul, MN 55104
    952-835-0126

  • Bunker

    Bunker's Music Bar & Grill

    761 Washington Ave. N. Minneapolis, MN 55401
    612-338-8188

    http://www.bunkersmusic.com The Warehouse District might have changed a bit in the last decade or so, but Bunker's has maintained its longtime Washington Avenue space as one of the strongest neighborhood music bars and restaurants in town. Legends tell of the occasional impromptu Prince drop-in jam session appearance, though longtime resident bands like the International Reggae All-Stars and funky R&B specialists Dr. Mambo's Combo are top-notch draws in themselves. More >>

  • Cabooze

    Cabooze

    917 Cedar Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55404
    612-338-6425

    http://www.cabooze.com Named for its intentional resemblance to a super-sized train's caboose, this light-rail-adjacent venue has long stood as one of the area's most prominent blue-collar clubs. Though its bikers-and-blues atmosphere is what gives the Cabooze its working-class charm, it also plays host to country, indie rock, hip hop, jam bands and everything in between. More >>

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