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Nomad World Pub

501 Cedar Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55454 | Minneapolis (Downtown) | 612-338-6424

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There's sports bars, and then there's the Nomad: the West Bank watering hole -- home to an immense selection of tap beers from around the world -- has proven to be a Minnesotan soccer fan's best friend by becoming one of the best places to catch footie tournaments on TV. They also boast a great patio, an enclosed lawn tailor-made for bocce, and a stage that features regular visits from up-and-coming local bands.


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