Psycho Suzi's Motor Lounge
73位当地人推荐 · 预估价格为2级，最高4级 ·
Sustaining mental health since 2003, Psycho Suzi’s has been lighting up Nordeast Minneapolis with a passive-aggressive mixture of bad taste and good Minnesota hospitality.
Lively, Polynesian-themed lounge with tiki decor, American bar fare, cocktails & a riverfront patio.
Cool tiki bar on River with great pizza and excellent specialty cocktails. Massive deck open year round.
This Tiki bar themed restaurant plays live island music and has gorgeous views of the Mississippi river from the beautiful deck. This is a fun place for groups. It is recommended you make reservations ahead of time as this fun place gets busy-especially on weekends.
Consistently voted best and biggest patio in the Twin Cities. Also, the only patio that overlooks the Mississippi River.
"Mender of Broken Dreams" this nightclub offers fun, fun and fun. Tiki Bar motif with outdoor seating with view of Mississippi River.
Kitschy & retro tiki lounge with signature cocktails, they’ve got a great patio that overlooks the Mississippi River.
Ironic tiki bar on the river stocked with heavily tattooed wait staff. It’s just a damn good time.
“This place is based off of a country club in the Americana era. It’s cheeky, fun, and includes a full mini golf course and Ferris wheel! ”
“Our favorite place for authentic fish and chips in a fun pub atmosphere. Cozy spot for a cold evening out! Their food truck can also be found out and about in the warmer months. ”
“Local brews in a small but lively taproom in a historic old bank. Kid-friendly strawberry WiscoPop served too! Food trucks Th - Sat in warm weather and they have a cheese program with pairing suggestions. ”
“Young Joni has amazing pizza. Korean BBQ is a popular choice, but I am a sucker for the mushroom pizza.”
“I go to Stanley's for lunch during work a lot. This is a great place- not too fancy, not a dive bar, but just right. They have a solid menu of lunch, dinner and bar food. great for family. Secret tip: Thu- Sat there is a fancy drink secret speakeasy called "Al's place" upstairs. If they are open, enter through the photo booth and tell the door guy "I'm here to see some furniture."”