Minneapolis

Places to Stay in Minneapolis

The Hotel Minneapolis Lobby
Minneapolis is one of America’s most bike-friendly cities. Stay near one of its many bike paths to explore the city on two wheels.… Continue Reading →

Restaurants and Cafes in Minneapolis

Bay Scallop Tacos at Sea Salt Craft beer is putting Minneapolis on the beer lover's map and food ranging from fried fish to designer doughnuts will keep you well fed, day or night.

Things to do in Minnepolis

Gold Medal Flour World-class art museums and the Flour Tower provide fun for the whole family, while lakes and parks bring the Northwoods within the city limits.

Masu Sushi & Robata

Sleek, stylish and funky, Masu serves up fabulous, immaculately presented sushi and tasty robata to patrons in the Northeast neighborhood in Minneapolis. Don’t miss their unique non-alcoholic drinks like Watermelon Pickle Pop or Disrespectful to Thirst. - See more at: http://love-and-adventure.com/#sthash.Neft8qOX.dpuf

The Anchor Fish & Chips

Fish & Chips at The Anchor

Authentic fish & chips in the Northeast neighborhood

Just around the corner from neighborhood fixture Dangerous Man Brewing Company lies a little slice of England plopped down in Minneapolis. From the creaking wooden sign outside to the vinegar carafes adorning the tables, The Anchor’s commitment to the full British fish n’chipper experience is extraordinary.… Continue Reading →

Psycho Suzi’s Motor Lounge

Come for the tiki drinks, stay for the food

Psycho Suzi’s is what you get when you pour a biker bar, a beach, your salty great-aunt Lola, and a fifth of rum into a cocktail shaker and shake it up. In other words, it’s flat out fun.

The obvious draw are the tiki drinks, which range in strength from strong to zombie.… Continue Reading →

Dangerous Man Brewing

Small is beautiful

Nestled in the charming Northeast neighborhood of Minneapolis is the tiny and vibrant Dangerous Man Brewing Company.

Despite the name and the ferociously bearded logo, Dangerous Man is first and foremost a neighborhood tap house that aims to bring fresh, delicious beer to its patrons while fostering a sense of community that harkens back to the neighborhood pubs of yore.… Continue Reading →

Minneapolis Institute of Arts

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is like an art history textbook come to life. The collection includes 80,000 objects spanning 5,000 years; and the work on display is perfectly curated and leads visitors through an interesting and informative tour of art through the ages. - See more at: http://love-and-adventure.com/#sthash.QwV3Si0V.dpuf

Mill City Museum

Flour Tower Sign

 A museum with an explosive past

The core of Minneapolis is St. Anthony Falls, the highest waterfall on the Mississippi River. The city’s explosive growth during the late 1800s and early 1900s was fueled by mills utilizing this waterfall to turn cotton, wood and most importantly – wheat, into consumer products for a growing nation.… Continue Reading →

Sea Salt

Bay Scallop Tacos at Sea Salt

Location, location, location…and damn good seafood

As dedicated readers of this blog know, we like to do our sightseeing on full stomachs. So before we went to Minnehaha Falls, we asked our friends who live in the city, people we met on our adventures, strangers, etc. (we like to do our research) where we should eat near the park.… Continue Reading →