Hennepin Avenue | Nicollet Mall
Considered the heart of downtown Minneapolis, the streets of Hennepin Avenue and Nicollet Mall are where you can experience a concentrated cluster of food and wine, theater and night life. Take in a show, shop-til-you-drop, spoil your tastebuds and relax in luxury all in this one convenient location.
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West Bank Business Association
If you want internationally diverse, authentic and affordable cuisine, you'll find it on the West Bank.
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Here is your chance to get out and virtually explore the unique neighborhoods of Minneapolis. Find your perfect place to shop, dine, see art, hear music or have a night out.
Uptown: Follow Hennepin Avenue a few blocks south of downtown and you’ll find the Uptown that Prince sang about. This hip, vibrant neighborhood is home of Jungle Theater, Bryant-Lake Bowl and Lake Calhoun. With late-night dining and an ever-growing nightlife scene, it’s where you’ll want to be.
Downtown: The heart of Minneapolis, Downtown has enough to keep you coming back night after night. Theaters,restaurants, bars, art galleries…you name it, Downtown has it! Plus, the sports enthusiast will enjoy the possibility ofTwins, Timberwolves, Lynx and Vikings games happening throughout the year.
Warehouse District: A nightlife hotspot of Minneapolis, the Warehouse District is filled with glamorous bars and adventurous restaurants just blocks from the Target Center and First Avenue. Sip cocktails at Seven, strut your stuff at the Friday fashion shows at Visage or groove to the mixes at Envy.
University of Minnesota/Dinkytown: Spanning the Mississippi River, the University’s academic core is surrounded by the Frank Gehry-designed Weisman Art Museum, as well as quaint eateries and an energetic nightlife in Dinkytown. Plus, TCF Bank Stadium, Mariucci Arena and Williams Arena offer Top-25 caliber football, basketball and hockey teams.
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