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  • Dockside Fish Market

  • Franklin Street Bakery

    Consistently voted the best bakery in the city, Franklin Street has been selling fresh breads, pastries, and cakes since 1998. Inside the spacious,... More
  • Golden Fig Fine Foods

    Few other shops inspire the palate like the Golden Fig. Owner Laurie Crowell, who got her start selling homemade spices and vinegars at the St. Pau... More
  • Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway

    Why It’s Cool: As America’s longest continuous urban public parkway, this circular 50-mile asphalt path includes nine miles along the Mississippi R... More
  • Grumpy's

    Grumpy’s bar proudly (and rightly) promotes its three pool tables as an attraction, but there is a full "slate" of regular and special events that ... More
  • Guthrie Theater

    Attracting architecture buffs from across the country, this performance space opened to much fanfare in 2006. Designed by famed French architect Je... More
  • Heimie's Haberdashery

    Named for owner Anthony Andler’s great-grandfather (a tailor and 1917 Russian immigrant), Heimie’s is the sort of men’s clothing store you may have... More
  • Jeanie Fundora

    Insider clout: For VIP American clients in need of top security for a trip to East Africa, Fundora arranged to charter the private helicopter of a ... More
  • Lilydale Park

    In the hills of Lilydale Park, an undeveloped preserve along the Mississippi River in St. Paul, Minnesota, amateur paleontologists can hunt for fos... More
  • Listen to nightly live music at the Lake Harriet band shell

    Pack a picnic, bring a blanket, and park yourself in the grass for a performance of samba, swing, reggae, or even a Neil Diamond tribute band. Show... More
  • Mall of America

    Spend at least a day here, with more than 500 stores to satisfy any shopper. More
  • Midtown Antique Mall

    The Mall hosts 90 dealers in a three-story structure; the top level is a giant furniture gallery that features Mission, Colonial, Deco, ad other pr... More
  • Midwest Mountaineering

    The city’s premier locally owned outdoor store is an addictive spot for adventurers looking for camping, climbing, and paddling gear—or simply a pa... More
  • Mill City Farmers’ Market

    A scenic spot for a little shopping or a bite, this May-through-October venue occupies the Mill City Museum train shed not far from the Stone Arch ... More
  • Minneapolis Central Library

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