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Psycho Suzi's

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1900 Marshall St NE
Hennepin County, MN 55418

 (612) 788-9069

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"If the day is nice Psycho Suzi's is cool outside too."  See More

"We have a great public transportation system that is cheap. When you buy a ticket for the bus, it also works on the light rail. We also have the Nice Ride bikes that you can rent for 6 dollars for 24 hours (no extra charge as long as you get them into a station every 30 minutes). There is lots to do downtown for free or cheap. Nicollet Mall has a lot of outdoor patio seating as Jacey mentioned and the Farmer's Market is there on Thursdays. Hennepin Avenue downtown has several bars with rooftop patios for a nice view of downtown. Then there is also the Warehouse District which has cool and trendy bars and coffee shops. It's not super cheap but but Smack Shack is a seafood restaurant and bar located in the warehouse district that is an interesting place for drinks. And during lunch time there are a bunch of food trucks located on Marquette Ave. Up the street on Washington Avenue is a dive bar called Bunker's Music Bar & Grill. They have great live bands at night. If you like funk and are looking for something to do on a Sunday or Monday night that is when The Combo plays. They have been around forever and have played with Prince and The Time. Loring Park is downtown and is a beautiful park with a lovely pond and flower garden. You will see lots of geese, ducks, squirrels and birds. There is a grocery store called Lunds Pharmacy nearby that has a great salad bar. You could pick something up there and have lunch in the park. You can take the elevated walking bridge from Loring Park over to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden which is free to walk around. Across from the Sculpture Gardens is the Walker Art Center. Admission is free on the first Saturday of every month and every Thursday evening from 5-9 PM. Behind the Walker is a hilly neighborhood called Kenwood that is fun to walk around. It's just really pretty and filled with amazing ($$$) homes. Also back there is Kenwood Parkway. If you want to ride bikes you can take that road and it will lead you to an entrance to a really nice off-road bike trail that you can take over to the Chain of Lakes and Uptown Area. Cedar Lake is also one of the lakes that is really nice. Less crowded than the others. Public beaches as well as "Hidden Beach" which isn't actually very well hidden. But it has a more hippy vibe and a mud pit. Both Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet have casual restaurants on the lake where you can buy inexpensive food and drinks to enjoy while sitting outside on the lake. Lake Harriet also has a band shell outdoors with free music. Back downtown the Stone Arch Bridge is absolutely beautiful. You could start at the Guthrie Theater. You can walk around inside the Guthrie for free and it has some outdoor areas with great views of the Stone Arch Bridge and Mississippi River. From there you can walk through an outdoor park called Mill Ruins Park which is very pretty and interesting. Then walk across the Stone Arch Bridge over to the other side. Turn left and go up the brick street to St Anthony Main. That is a really nice little area and beginning May 15 there is a great restaurant/bar there called Vic's Restaurant that has a progressive wine bottle happy hour. You can get an entire bottle of wine and sit out on the patio with a view of downtown and the river for 3 dollars from 2-3. Yes, 3 dollars for a whole bottle of wine. From 3-4 the price is 4 dollars and 5 dollars from 4-5 PM. Right across the Street is another park where you can walk out and see some great views of the river. Then head on up over to Nicollet Island. Nicollet Island is on both sides of the Hennepin Ave bridge. If you stay on the same side as Vics and St Anthony Main that is very pretty. But if you go on the other side of the Hennepin Avenue Bridge there is also a really nice neighborhood with quaint homes and old bridges. You can cross back over there and end up back in the Warehouse District. There are also hiking and bike trails along the river. Don't miss Minnehaha Falls at Minnehaha Park. You can take the light rail there. The falls are very impressive. Take a hike along Minnehaha Creek at the bottom of the falls. One of my absolute favorite ways to spend a day. After your hike there is an restaurant called Sea Salt Eatery with outdoor seating right by the falls. They also have a band shell right near there with outdoor music for free. We also have another huge park near downtown called Theodore Wirth Park which has gorgeous trails through a Quaking Bog and a wildflower garden that is just gorgeous to hike through. Theodore Wirth Park also has a lake with a swimming beach. Minneapolis Institute Of Arts is located just outside of downtown and admission is completely free every day. There is also the larger Minneapolis Farmers Market open daily which is close to downtown. You can also take the light rail to downtown Saint Paul (Minnesota) and see the Capitol. Downtown St. Paul has much older architecture and is a different vibe than the more modern downtown Minneapolis. You can take a river cruise from downtown St Paul on Mondays and Saturdays for 8 dollars. !!!!!"  See More

"And if you want to just enjoy the tiki bar decor, waterfalls, music, outrageous glasses, and the Mississippi River-head directly to Psycho Suzi's."  See More

"If you want other Minneapolis places I would also suggest Kramarchuk's in Nordeast for Eastern European, Birchwood Cafe in Longfellow for Farm-to-Table, and Psycho Suzi's for a fun scene with plenty of Minnesoooota charm."  See More

"Lastly, Psycho Suzi's because I absolutely ADORE the tropical drink glasses that change yearly."  See More

"If you are staying near downtown, definitely head to Psycho Suzi's-great location, great food (cheese curds) and awesome d├ęcor."  See More

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