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The friendly vibe makes rapidly growing residential neighbourhood North Loop the perfect location to introduce the Twin Cities to Technical Cashmere™. Formerly a warehouse district, the North Loop’s rich history attracts the best craft breweries, restaurants, cafés and boutiques. Grab a coffee from Moose and Sadie’s then pop around the corner to Kit and Ace. Come upstairs to check out our custom Supper Club table produced by Noah Hall and our light fixtures by Hennepin Made. Welcome to the North Loop – we can’t wait to meet you.
-Bronte Jagodzinski, Showroom Director
ARTIST ON THE WALL
Meet the Neighbours
112 Eatery112 N 3rd Street
Tucked away in a cozy historic space, 112 Eatery has been described as “craveable”, “legendary” and a “food-driven dining experience”. Fantastic service complements the tasty dishes.
The Bachelor Farmer
The Bachelor Farmer50 2nd Avenue N
Owned and operated by the Dayton brothers, The Bachelor Farmer consistently makes “best restaurant” lists – they even grow their own produce on a small rooftop farm.
Black Sheep Pizza
Black Sheep Pizza600 Washington Avenue N
They earned their chops as the first coal-burning pizzeria in Minnesota, and now have a much-deserved second location on Eat Street. The meatball pizza is a team favourite.
Smack Shack603 N Washington Avenue
Smack Shack originally launched as a food truck, but is now a brick and mortar Minneapolis staple, serving up the best “lobstah” rolls in town. Reservations are recommended.
Bev's Wine Bar
Bev's Wine Bar250 3rd Avenue N
Bev’s Wine Bar is perfect for a quiet happy hour getaway with someone special. It is never too busy, with lots of simple yet delicious small plate options.
Moose and Sadie’s
Moose and Sadie’s212 3rd Avenue
Moose and Sadie’s is an established go-to for all North Loopers seeking delicious coffee. The food is sometimes overshadowed by the amazing coffee, but is still seriously deserving of praise.
Marvel Bar50 N 2nd Avenue
This illusive bar is hidden behind a purple door with no sign and located in the basement of The Bachelor Farmer. Team favourites include the Oliveto and the Ladykiller.
Fulton Brewery414 N 6th Avenue
Fulton Brewery is a pre or post-Twins game favourite. The taproom includes long harvest-style picnic tables and an outdoor patio, as well as rotating food trucks so you can grab a bite to eat, too.
The Foundry125 1st Street N
A small and quaint shop for home goods, simplicity is king here. The shop is thoughtfully curated and beautifully designed. It provides great inspiration for your own home.
Shinola | Filson
Shinola | Filson228 Washington Avenue N
This joint venture also features a coffee bar inside. Both Shinola and Filson feature quality American-made gear, for whatever adventures lie ahead.
Mitrebox213 N Washington Avenue
Close neighbors, they have a black lab shop dog named Henry, a framing studio with tons of great greeting cards and a warm vibe.
Mill City Museum
Mill City Museum704 S 2nd Street
This historical museum was built into the ruins of the world's largest flourmill and is located on the Mississippi riverfront.
Wilson and Willy’s
Wilson and Willy’s211 N Washington Ave
With a selection of thoughtfully curated goods, Wilson and Willy’s is all about telling the stories of the makers. It is beautifully lit, open and warm, and they have a big fluffy shop dog named Lamont.
Stone Arch Bridge
Stone Arch Bridge1758 N West River Road
This historic bridge was built in 1883 and consists of 23 arches is made of native granite and limestone. It’s closed to cars, so is perfect for a stroll on a nice day.
Aster Cafe125 SE Main Street
The Aster Cafe boasts nightly local musicians of all genres and unbeatable low-key ambiance. Take your drink outside to the patio in between sets and take in the gorgeous view of the city.
Weinstein Gallery908 W 46th Street
Tucked away in south Minneapolis, this niche gallery exhibits all media, but has a focus on modern and contemporary photography.
Open Book1011 S Washington Avenue
If you want to support the literary arts, grab your next coffee here. Open Book is a non-profit organization that functions as a creative gathering place.
Public Functionary1400 NE 12th Avenue
This isn't your typical art gallery. They do things a bit differently here – hosting performance events in the space while showcasing new and emerging artists.
Burnet Gallery901 Hennepin Avenue
Located in Le Me?ridien Chambers Hotel, the over 250 artworks at Burnet Gallery are dispersed throughout the hotel, between the public areas and sixty guest rooms.
Circa Gallery210 N 1st Street
Our North Loop neighbours! This intimate gallery showcases beautiful work by local, national and international artists – both emerging and established.