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Local Food + Drink
Elevated American comfort food & drinks served in a stylish bistro in a historic building.
Stylish American kitchen and bar located in the Wells Fargo towers in the East Town neighborhood.
Fun, local, award-winning restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner since 2002. Open 7 days a week.
Famous upscale steakhouse featuring the rolling cart of meat and a robust wine list.
Large Irish pub over two decades old that’s the perfect getaway for sipping pints and watching a game.
A trendy destination featuring a lively bar and fresh Italian cuisine made with local ingredients and homemade pastas.
Shopping and Entertainment
Mall of America
The undisputed champion of shopping malls across the nation, Mall of America is the country’s largest, with more than 400 stores, roller coasters, an aquarium and more.
The Minneapolis City Center sits in the heart of the skyway system connecting guests to the heart of the entertainment and business districts. From shopping to dining, the City Center has it all.
Mile-long shopping and entertainment area with sidewalk seating, and generous greenery.
U.S. Bank Stadium
The 66,200 seat state-of-the-art stadium, within walking distance of our hotel, is home to professional football, concerts, basketball tournaments and more.
This downtown destination is home to Minnesota professional basketball, family shows, graduations, concerts, and private events.
Located in the historic warehouse district, this gorgeous outdoor ballpark is home to professional baseball and other local and regional baseball events.
TCF Bank Stadium
Home to University of Minnesota football team, this was the first LEED certified stadium in college football.
Arts and Culture
The Minneapolis Armory was designed by St. Paul architect P.C. Bettenburg in the 1930’s and is host to a number of social functions: concerts, sporting events, trade shows, and other private celebrations.
Minneapolis Convention Center
Near Orchestra Hall and one block from Nicollet Mall, the convention center includes half a million square feet of exhibit space for groups of 10,000.
Opened in 1921, this historic venue has hosted Broadway shows, intimate concerts, speaker series and more.
Located on Hennepin Avenue in the heart of downtown Minneapolis with Beaux-Arts style architecture and seating capacity of 2,600.
Founded in 1963, the Guthrie Theater is home to theater performance, production, education and training.