The Town House University Ave. Paul, MN www. The Town House is St. Adding a little flair to an otherwise quiet stretch in the Midway neighborhood, The Town House hosts some of the coolest events in the city, serves up some of the best drinks and welcomes all types, from the balding bear and his transgender girlfriend to the youthful flannel and his straight chemistry partner, with wide open arms. For a night out with friends, The Town House is a welcoming place that guarantees a good time. Lush Food Bar Central Ave.
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Driftwood Char Bar | Niccolet Ave South, Minneapolis, MN
If you had to describe the Driftwood, you could call it a nice little juke joint, that offers up great music, food, and drink 7 days a week. The Driftwood Char Bar has also been described as a warm and trippy South Minneapolis hole-in-the-wall whose many charms and cast of cartoon characters change nightly, and whose flavorful history, roots, vision and good energy make for a truly original vibe. The Driftwood bar provides a solid showcase of bar food favorites, a nice beer selection, and great local conversaton! The Driftwood Char Bar proudly serves traditional bar food that includes appetizers, soups n salads, pizzas, sandwiches, and burgers! Not hungry?
Arguably the largest bar in the Upper-Midwest, the 90's, as it's called, consists of eight different areas. Downstairs there are five, and upstairs, three:. There are three entrances to the club. It's usually only open late night on the weekends. Going south, the next entrance might be considered the main entrance.
With roots that go back to , The Town House is St. Everyone but local historians consulting on the Central Corridor Light Rail project, who have suggested that the bar is an ineligible contender for the National Register of Historic Places. A local interior designer named Werner Wittkamp transformed the bar into a jazzy juke joint with a swirling ceiling and late Art Deco furnishings. And when it switched to a gay bar ha ha ha! Oh that was a riot!