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Hexagon Bar

2600 27th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406 | Seward/ Longfellow/ Minnehaha | 612-722-3454

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Looking for all your ultra-hip friends? Check here first. The Hexagon is Minneapolis' first stop for all the local bands that are starting to create a buzz around town. It's split into two sections, "The bar side" and "The stage side" as most refer to them. Catch up on the latest gossip with your companions over a beer on the bar side before heading over to the stage side to see that band you've been hearing so much about lately.


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