Fully styled and decorated like "Big Brother" is watching, Betty Danger’s is an Orwellian-themed restaurant. They offer a full menu and bar, with snacks to share, burgers and a variety of fun party drinks. All items have names inspired by George Orwell's classic novels "Animal Farm" and "1984".
What makes Betty Danger's an iconic Minneapolis restaurant is the giant Ferris wheel you might notice when heading to the front door! The Ferris wheel, or what they call "The Revolution", is a 20-minute adventure that allows you to take in different views of Northeast while savoring a cocktail or an appetizer. In the colder months, cozy up with one of their fleece blankets and something warm to sip on. The Ferris Wheel is open year-round, so you can’t go to Betty Danger’s and not experience their “vertically revolving patio.”
When you're done enjoying the views from up above, try mini-golf Betty Danger's style at their Animal Indie-Publicrat Putt-N-Play. The course is compete with interactive with plastic animals and live humans (other guests dining on the greens). So grab a drink, get your golf clubs , and show off your talent.