Also known as the Warehouse District, the North Loop is a vibrant neighborhood known for its cool start-up vibe, innovative restaurants, hip bars and gay nightspots. Converted warehouses from the late 19th and early 20th centuries contain indie fashion and design shops, and the Minneapolis Farmers Market sells produce, locally made snacks and candy. Minnesota Twins baseball fans head to Target Field on game days
The Fillmore Minneapolis is an excellent blend of rock and elegance, both classic and cutting edge. This unique setting will be the perfect location to host your corporate event, private concert, award ceremony, fundraiser, bar/bat mitzvah, wedding, or reception. With access to the world’s greatest musical entertainment, full-service event production, state-of-the-art lighting and sound, custom menus, and mixology – our unique venue will exceed expectations!Explore
Acclaimed Italian eatery presenting pastas, small plates & a long wine list in a bustling space.Explore
There are ninety-nine different ways to write “sushi” in the Japanese script of kanji. Each with its own unique interpretation and meaning.
Billy Sushi is more than just a restaurant, it is an experience for anyone who allows themselves to take part.
A three-ring performance of sorts – sushi bar, sake bar, and dining room – brought to life by the performances of sushi chefs, bartenders and servers.Explore
Four Seasons is designed to bring people together. Our goal is to become the city’s new social nexus, fostering a sense of community and connectivity.Explore
The Luminary Arts Center, formerly The LAB Theater, is a 6,000 square foot warehouse turned playing space. Converted into a performance venue by The Guthrie Theater, who sought a “Laboratory” space for experimental and unique works, the building, not unlike the neighborhood it resides in, is rich in history.Explore