Or the drag shows, karaoke and bingo that go on weekly plus the full menu during the back half of the week. Try to hide your excitement as you realize all of the queer opportunities this beautiful city provides. Camp Bar A fancier type of gay bar that is open to everybody. You can meet interesting people from all walks of life here. You can book your bachelor or bachelorette party here and jam to the music before you tie the knot.
Soul Friday was created for queer women of color and friends. This event packs the Townhouse Bar. Just your standard-issue pool tables and dart boards and a well-stocked jukebox. And yet, in other cases, the bars pull off a Dorian Gray act, keeping their patrons forever young in a Shangri La of lights, music and rum. Unfortunately it has now been changed to a quarterly event. With a rocking menu, chiseled male and female go-go dancers, and Thursday night dollar beers, this place had a little something for everyone.
Their trade-mark black cup makes you look extremely stylish when you drink the concoction of your choice. Jetset brags about its cocktails, and the minimalist décor makes a strong first impression. Open Mon-Fri 6:30 am to 12 am Saturday 7 am to 12 am and Sunday 8 am to 12 am. They have delicious baked goods that are baked locally at one of our many co-ops. If you are an arts and theater type, this is right up your alley.
In any case, the entertainment options are as diverse as you please. Looking for a fun night out in Minneapolis-St. They host a weekly lesbian event and have a really cool space. Berlin is held the last Saturday of every month. This hangout has a cool jukebox, where you can hear classic rock hits from Journey or select some memorable '90s tunes. Executive Chef Steph Hedrick from Lush uses fresh produce grown locally on small farms. And for the truly athletic try rowing on the Mississippi River.
Even the bar food here is great. The mood is relaxed, almost more of a lounge than a club, until the music starts pumping on the dance floor and the crowd starts moving. There is an open fire bar to keep you warm which is sometimes important in Minnesota , but be very careful for loose clothing, scarves or long hair near the flame. And those are just the tip of the iceberg. Check out these top five gay bars and have some fun! I really wish it was still a monthly event, or a weekly one for that matter. Be prepared to delve into the eclectic and exciting city that is Minneapolis. By Lianna Matt Under the streetlights and neon signs of the Minneapolis and St.
Minneapolis is home to the Minnesota Orchestra at Orchestra Hall, several ballet and dance companies and the beautifully renovated Northrop Auditorium on the campus of the University of Minnesota, while the State and Orpheum theaters host and many times launch major Broadway productions. Paul 651 646-7087 Variety is the spice of life at the Town House. Berlin is an Indie Queer Revolution Dance Party say that three times fast. You can actually stay put for the night. While more than 35 years of being in business has made it the place to visit any time of the week, make sure to hit them up in June for their annual Saloon Pride Block Party headlined by famous divas. There are a lot of beautiful northern people up here too, just so you know.
The no-pressure atmosphere ensures it attracts one of the most diverse crowds in the Cities. It all flies here, though it should be noted this is one of the few bars in the Twin Cities that seems to cater more exclusively toward lesbians. The list below tends to have the most queer girls hanging out just on regular, non-event nights. Close by, the Minneapolis Institute of Art recently launched an unprecedented long-term initiative dedicated to Asian art. They have a patio where you can do a variety of things…smoke, make out on one of the many seating arrangements, drink, fill in the blank. Known for a place where you can find a husband, you do not have to work too hard.
Open Mon-Weds 3 pm to 1 am, Thurs-Fri 3 pm to 2 am and Sat-Sun 12 pm to 2 am. It is hard to get bored at this place, darts, pool, and a beanbag toss available at no charge. Open from 8 am to 2 am every day. Roller Derby Biking is a very big deal in Minneapolis. It showcases alternative types of music, which makes it my favorite event of them all. It is the oldest gay bar in Minneapolis St. Use the google to find some of the other gay bars if you exhaust this list.