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Minnesota

Dinkytown&Cedar-Riverside

Dinkytown
On the east bank of the Mississippi adjacent to the University of Minnesota, Dinkytown Is infused with the University’s eclectic energy. Sidewalk musicians, unique bookshops, music stores, quaint eateries and energetic nightlife abound.

50th and France
Located where the western suburbs meet Minneapolis, 50th and France is home to upscale shopping and fine dining. With cobblestone streets, elegant street lighting and a pronounced posh atmosphere, this neighborhood caters to the classy.

Cedar-Riverside
The Cedar-Riverside neighborhood is located adjacent to the University of Minnesota, and is home to a vibrant multicultural community. It is also home to several favorite theaters like Theatre in the Round, mixed Blood Theater and the Cedar cultural Center. On the west bank of the Mississippi, this area is a Great starting point for bike trips and outdoor recreation.

Lyn-Lake
Uptown’s edgier cousin, Lyn- Lake is home to Minneapolis icons like the Jungle Theater and Bryant- Lake Bowl (Josh Harnett has been seen hanging here). Everything about Lyn-Lake is one-o-a-kind. Intermedia Arts is one of the best art galleries in the city. Hot nightspots like Herkimer Brew Pub and JP American Bistro provides the culinary excitement and nightlife crucial to urban neighborhood.

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Dinkytown on the east bank of the Mississippi
Dinkytown on the east bank of the Mississippi

The Cedar-Riverside neighborhood on the west bank of the Mississippi
The Cedar-Riverside neighborhood on the west bank of the Mississippi

   
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