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Located directly across the Mississippi River from Downtown Minneapolis 

 Welcome to Nordeast, Home of Beer, Art and History! 

Minneapolis is known for being a melting pot of cultures, hobbies and people in one booming metropolis. It’s a city that overlays the modern while preserving the historic structures that built the bones of this great city. You’ll see modern-day NFL stadiums blocks away from castle-esque stone towers like the Foshay. Historic mills have been salvaged from abandonment and turned into functional, trendy lofts with broad picture windows and walls clad in ship-lap. With time, this city shifted from bustling logging hub to modern-day megalopolis, but it has held tightly to Midwestern values with a grip even Babe the Blue Ox couldn’t pull apart. Minneapolis would be naught, though, without the cozy neighborhoods that make up its varying complexion. Each sector of the city adds an individual flair—a personality all its own—and Northeast Minneapolis is no exception. This community is bound by 13 smaller neighborhoods consisting of street addresses that end in the identifier “NE.” Stretching from downtown Minneapolis to the University neighborhood and beyond, few niches encompass such a broad and inviting cauldron of community. Come explore Nordeast.

 
A Brief History

 Northeast Minneapolis, originally established as the area of Saint Anthony, is dripping in historical context as it includes the oldest commercial settlement within the city. Minnesota’s first commercial mill was built at Saint Anthony Falls and, for some time, was the northernmost navigable point of the Mississippi River. These are the very same falls that constitute the only true waterfall along the entire stretch of the Mississippi River, from Itasca to the Gulf of Mexico, making it an obvious place to settle for use of this resource alone. The first dam across the raging river was erected in 1848, rendering waterpower an invaluable source of energy. Soon, sawmilling and flour milling became popular industries that caused mills to dot the city’s riversides. By 1890, it was hard to see past the two-dozen flour mills that had been built along the west bank of Saint Anthony Falls. Saint Anthony, as it was known, was absorbed by its neighboring city Minneapolis in 1872—ever heard of it? The scenery of Saint Anthony Falls today is vastly different. Gone are the floods of lumber flowing downstream and the thick barrier of mills along the banks. Instead, you’ll find artist’s studios, local businesses and restaurants surrounding a few remaining skeletons of mills that have been converted for other uses. Many of these businesses reflect the cultural impact made by Saint Anthony’s original population of Lebanese, Polish, Finnish, German, Slovak and Russian immigrants—you’ll often hear this region affectionately referred to as “Nordeast” by locals preserving the language influence.  So, why not cozy in and explore Minneapolis’ most historic neighborhood.

 

With so many different cultures and rich history permeating the cobbled streets of Northeast Minneapolis, there is a wide variety of grub to dine on. If you’re in the mood for a classic helping of meat and potatoes, or the staple pub sandwich, there is a bounty of restaurants to choose from. Neighborhood joints fit into pockets throughout Northeast’s niche neighborhoods. 

Food from Afar

When you don’t feel like eating classic Midwestern food, NE Minneapolis has no shortage of restaurants that cover the world’s palate. Check out some of Northeast’s finest global grub.  Chimborazo:  Traditional Ecuadorian food with a brunch to die for. Make sure to try an empanada or their sweet plantains at least once before you kick the bucket.

Kramarczuk’s:  Nordeast’s Polish deli and restaurant are stocked with handmade sausage, goulash, and piroshok for days.

Emily’s Lebanese:  Greek coffee and Lebanese classics: Stop in for stuffed grape leaves, meat pies and shish kabobs when you need your Lebanese fix. 

Gasthof’s:  Super German. Super delicious. Come with an empty stomach. 

Sen Yai Sen Lek:  Modern twists on Bangkok street food. Heaps of noodles and rice in everything delicious—don’t pass this one up.

El Taco Riendo:  Authentic Mexican staples in an unassuming place.

Crescent Moon Bakery:  Get the famous football pizza. Trust us—it’s one thing you’ll wake up craving in the middle of every night. Or take a taste of the gyros, kabobs, and chicken tikka. 

Holy Land Deli:  Get the best of Middle Eastern cuisine right in the guts of NE Minneapolis. Falafel, naan and meat spinning on spits. What more could you ask for? 

Ginger Hop:  Asian-fusion eatery with a chill vibe serving a variety of curry and some of the best wontons this side of the Mississippi. 

Masu Sushi:  Sushi and robata, steamed buns and more.  



Classic Fare 

These are the joints you’ll find fat pub sandwiches, homemade meatloaf, gobs of fries and tots, cheese plates, pizza pies and decadent takes on classic Minnesota staples. Each one here is listed for great service and greater food. Take a stab at any of them, you won’t be disappointed (especially for the diners on this list) 

Stanley’sGrumpy’s NE Ideal Diner:  A small classic diner with hardly more than 10 stools. Saddle up to the counter, order one of the best pancakes and watch it all get cooked right before your eyes.

Aster CaféSpitzPizza NeaHazel’s NortheastServing up excellent classic fare such as chili, eggs benedict, and reubens, this is also where the turkeys that roam Northeast like to hang out on weekends.  

Red Stag Supper Club

Nicollet Island Inn

Psycho Suzi’s Motor Lounge:  You’ll have to try at least one tacky tiki drink (or at least the sprawling Bloody Mary bar on Sundays)

The Sample Room

Whitey’s Salloon

Modern Times Cafe

Draft Horse



Coffee
Minneapolis is brimming with cozy coffee shops, each sporting their own take on coffee as we know it. Many of these shops are the perfect setting to settle in and get work done while others are a great place to grab a cup o’ joe and a locally baked pastry.

Spyhouse Coffee

Coffee Shop Northeast

Anelace Coffee

Sip Coffeebar

Maeve’s

CafeMatchbox

Coffee Shop

Diamonds Coffee

ShopHill Valley Café

Up Café

Empire Coffee

Wilde Roast Café:  Aside from having some of the best meals and gelato, this cafe serves up great coffee right on historic Main St. Grab a freshly brewed cup and head out for a walk across the famous Stone Arch Bridge.


Breweries 

In the past decade, Minnesota’s craft brewery scene has grown from five to more than 110—most of them seemingly setting up hop in Nordeast Minneapolis. This list includes some of the greatest local brews you can find along with a cider shop and our very own distillery. Most days and nights of the week, you can find a food truck parked outside serving great mobile food from a small window. 

Dangerous Man:  Peanut. Butter. Porter. Seriously tastes like candy, so be careful.

Indeed 

612 Brew

Able

Bauhaus

Fair State

56 Brewing 

Sociable Ciderworks:  Cider, cider, everywhere!

Fulton

Northgate

Boom Island

Norseman Distillery:  Vokda, gin, rum, even some aperitif.



Fun and Events 

Although small, NE Minneapolis has a lot going on. This is just the tip of the iceberg for festivals and events that roll through the region each year. These events typically highlight the glory of all things Northeast from cultural heritage to rich artistic endeavors. The arts here are serious business, which is why Art-a-Whirl is the nation’s biggest art studio tour (you read that correctly) and mediums cover everything from paint to wood to furniture to film. 

St. Anthony Main Theater & Film Festivals

Polish Fest

Art-a-Whirl

Ritz Theater (Theatre Latte Da)

Haunted Soap Factory

Oktoberfest at Gasthof’s 



Art, Art and More Art 

With so many shells of mills past hanging around Northeast, they presented the perfect opportunity for artists to move in. Large buildings with open spaces like the Northrup King Building and the Casket Arts and Carriage House building are prime places to peruse many artist’s studios in one zen place. Northrup King Building, 389 Studio, Danish Teak Classics, Blue Sky Galleries, California Building, Casket Arts and Carriage House, Grain Belt Studios, Keg House, Thorp Building



Local Shops in Nordeast 

While Northeast Minneapolis sports a variety of convenient chain stores (like Minnesota’s beloved Target), it’s packed to the gills with local shops selling specialty and handmade goods. Think of them as goods co-ops where the community comes together to sell their own crafts, specialty items, antiques, pottery and more. I Like You, Gumball Boutique, Behind Bars Bike Shop, Two 12 Pottery, Grey Fox Pottery, Surdyk's Wine and Cheese Shop

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