Northeast, Minneapolis

There are many great neighborhoods in Minnesota. The Northeast neighborhood ranks among the top because it is so lively. If you’re looking for a place to spend a few days, the area is ideal. In Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Northeast neighborhood has a number of exciting things to do.

A Good Amount Of Places To Learn

There are a lot of educational opportunities in the Northeast. Nicollet Island and Boom Island are both great for those who enjoy islands. On Nicollet Island and Boom Island are lighthouses as well as other houses with vivid colors that may have been built in the 19th century.

Take a look at the impressive bridges as you wander through the neighborhood. If you go across the Hennepin Avenue Bridge, you can see the Grain Belt Beer sign. You can get an incredible view of the skyline of the city by walking south to the Stone Arch Bridge.

Dining

Northeast neighborhoods offer a wealth of food options for foodies. Everyone can find something they like. Emily’s Lebanese Deli, Northeast Yacht Club, and Psycho Suzi’s are among the noteworthy restaurants. Elsie’s serves an impressive menu as well as a bowling alley for people who are thinking about bowling before, after or during their meal.

Looking for an upscale restaurant? Look no further than Jax Cafe. The restaurant is extremely well known and it serves great seafood and steak.

Visit Beautiful Churches

Beautiful churches can be found throughout the Northeast. Churches like St. Mary’s Orthodox, St. Constantine Ukrainian and St. Maron’s Catholic belong to this community. Take pictures of these amazing churches to remember them for a lifetime. As an example, there is a church with a blue tile dome, and another carries a painted ceiling, while an additional church is covered in a golden dome.

Are you interested in architecture? Then these structures may be of interest to you. Perhaps you enjoy seeing new places. However you decide to view them, be sure to see all three.

Mini Golf & Ferris Wheel

The Betty Dangers Country Club offers delicious dinners as well as a mini-golf course. In addition to taking a ride on the Ferris wheel, which is enormous and offers excellent views of downtown Minneapolis, take a look at the Minnesota State Museum. Betty Dangers Country Club is a great place to go at any time of the year, but Christmas time is an especially festive time of the year because of the decorations.

You can’t go wrong with the Northeast neighborhood in Minnesota if you’re in the mood for fun or discovery. Before you arrive, make sure you plan out your itinerary. This will allow you to maximize your time and efforts while you’re here.

Columbia Golf Course
Head east on NE Lowry Ave toward Central Ave NE. Turn left before Subway. Turn left at 33rd Ave NE. Turn right

Mojo Coffee Gallery
From Columbia Golf Course – Head northeast toward Central Ave NE. Turn left toward Central Ave NE. Turn right onto Central Ave NE. Turn right after Subway (on the left). Turn left onto University Ave NE. Turn right onto 22nd Ave NE

Mayslack’s
From Mojo Coffee Gallery – Head east on 22nd Ave NE toward NE 2nd St. Turn right onto University Ave NE. Turn left onto NE 15th Ave. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto 4th St NE

HeadFlyer Brewing
From Maylack’s – Head south on 4th St NE toward 14th Ave NE. Turn left onto Broadway St NE. Turn right onto Central Ave NE. Turn left onto SE 8th St. Turn left onto E Hennepin Ave

Saint Anthony Park
From HeadFlyer Brewing – Head west on E Hennepin Ave toward Harrison St NE. Turn right onto Harrison St NE. Turn left onto Spring St NE. Turn left Destination will be on your right.

Birrell Criminal Defense
From Saint Anthony Park – Take Spring St NE and 6th Ave NE to University Ave NE. Follow University Ave NE to 1st St S. Turn left onto 1st St S. Turn right onto 3rd Ave S. Turn left onto S 8th St

 

Northeast Minneapolis

Northeast Minneapolis

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