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Volstead's Emporium in a speakeasy hidden in the dark alleys of Uptown Minneapolis. This 1920's prohibition style bar features innovative classic cocktails and was recently featured in Thrillist's 21 Best Cocktail Bar in America. https://www.thrillist.com/drink/nation/the-21-best-cocktail-bars-in-america
Volstead's is a speakeasy that is tricky to find and also requires a password to enter. They have unique 20s-inspired cocktails.
An awesome speak easy that is about 1.5 miles away! Think unmarked building in an alley, knock at the door, head downstairs to a basement- jazz music, flapper girl style, with killer cocktails.
Cozy, dimly-lit speakeasy venue offering elevated craft cocktails & a rotating menu of American fare. To get in you must go through alley on Lake street and Lyndale, take a left at the dumpsters and knock on the door. Super fun!
Underground cocktail bar and restaurant in Lyn-Lake, often with live music. Enter behind the building off the alley, knock hard on the metal door.
A secret speakeasy located in the heart of Uptown. To get there, go down the alleyway and you'll discover a door with a small sign next to it. Knock and show an ID to get in. I'd suggest nicer attire, as it is a little bit swanky. Some nights you'll find live jazz. The cocktails are amazing, but a…
“Arcade bar with old school games and pinball and some newer games (not from the 80's) I don't know how to play. They even have Skee-ball.”
“We LOVE this restaurant! Lots of house made saki, ramen, steamed buns, rice bowls. A huge rooftop patio and super cool lounge on the second floor with music, karaoke, open mic etc... They even have a Fantasy Sumo League. Great Happy hour starts at 2:20 daily!”
“Destination taproom & rooftop pouring craft beer in the heart of Lyn-Lake Minneapolis. 2 blocks from your door.”
“This super cool vintage bowling alley (pencil and paper scoring) and restaurant also has a small theater with really eclectic events. Food made from local organic ingredients, great bar with a huge beer selection!”
“Owned and run by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts; a great example of a unique born-in-the-Midwest architectural style called the Prairie School. Only open occasionally, but if the MIA is on your agenda anyway, try to plan your visit for a day when they can shuttle you over to this house.”