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Missy Austin

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Minneapolis Guide


  • Midwest Mountaineering

    The best outdoors store around, in my opinion. The staff is awesome and incredibly knowledgable. If you're looking for a deal, there's an entire floor of sale items and a free climbing cave to play around in.

  • Hunt and Gather

    This is the mecca of unique, quirky antiques in Minneapolis. Lots of retro items, great art, and a great place to get decorating ideas.


  • Red Stag Supperclub

    Bar none, the best food I've ever had has been at the Red Stag. Calling it a "supper club" might be a stretch, but it's really affordable if you go on Cheap Date Night (Tuesday) and it's extremely vegetarian friendly. The atmosphere is romantic, and slightly grungy in the best possible way.


  • Tracy's Saloon

    So Tracy's has zero ambience, a weird crowd, and pretty good food. That said, it's my favorite bar in town. It's easy going, offers free popcorn, and has an array of Surly of tap.

  • 331 Club

    Feeling bored? Go to the 331. Any night of the week you can find live music, trivia, spelling bees etc. My favorite is Tuesday night's BLINGO (aka bingo to the tune of old rap music).


  • Minnehaha Falls

    This is a great place to ride your bike to and explore. The falls are pretty spectacular, and it's free!

  • Soap Factory

    This gallery always seems to have something interesting going on, and its located near a strip of cute bars and cafes in the St. Anthony Main neighborhood. They also have an annual haunted house that I've heard is absolutely terrifying...if you're into that.

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