Robbinsdale in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Paint & Pottery Studios. Discover best things to do in Robbinsdale with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Robbinsdale
5 based on 70 reviews
We were given a gift of a private pottery class for the two of us. We love trying new things and this was right up our alley. Ralph was our instructor. He’s both an excellent pottery artist and a terrific teacher. We’re actually quite surprised and delighted with how our projects turned out!
4.5 based on 9 reviews
I stopped in for a beer on a Saturday afternoon. There were a few patrons sitting at the bar, and a few more playing pool. Not bad for that time of day. They have 6 pool tables. They also have pull tabs.
The interior is what you'd expect for a neighborhood bar that's been around for a while. Nothing fancy. The exterior is a strip mall.
They have a few TVs showing sports and a juke box playing music.
I did not have anything to eat, so I can not rate the food.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
The new brewery in Dinkytown had not been made yet, so this was the only one to go to. Honestly, not terribly impressive when it comes to the tour and facilities, unlike the new one that is finished by now. Nonetheless, you go to the brewery for the beverages and not to brag about architecture.
The beers are great and what more could you ask for? Cocoa bender was my favorite!
5 based on 2 reviews
Travel through 4,000 years of world history as you view more than 80,000 works of sculpture, photography, paintings, drawings and prints.
Rarely do you get a free museum with so much to see. Only noticed one exhibit which was not free. If I had to compare I would call it the Met of Minneapolis. Three floors of culture and you could easily spend three hours getting lost there. Highly recommend!!
4 based on 8 reviews
This is a typical neighborhood bar. I stopped in to get a quick beer. They have a few pool tables, booths and tables. Lots of stools around the bar.
They have some TVs playing sports. Music playing instead is TV sound. Though, when the Twins game started, they put that sound on.
Lots of locals at the bar.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
The entrance on Rockford Road is closed. Construction from Rockford Road to the Recreation Building including parking lot and playground.
The walking paths and lake access is still open.
Beware the goose droppings! Even after a 4" rainfall the walks along the lake were still covered in droppings.
5 based on 334 reviews
Three separate lakes (Lake of the Isles, Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet) all surrounded by pedestrian paths.
Whether ice skating or watching pond hockey and ice sailing in winter, or canoeing in spring, summer and fall, the Minneapolis chain of lakes offers great fun, exercise( walking, running or biking) around lovely lakes in gorgeous Neighborhoods overlooking the city scapes. Listen to free concerts at Lake Harriet bandshell. Participate in fun runs marathons and other events. There is always something to do all year long. Beaches for swimming, food vendors for refreshments, the chain of lakes has it all. A great escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet only a mile from it.
5 based on 275 reviews
Lake is the Isles is by far my favorite lake to walk around in Minneapolis. The atmosphere of this lake is quite different than others; it is relaxing, peaceful, calming, and quiet. Love this lake!
4.5 based on 924 reviews
THE GUTHRIE THEATER is an American center for theater performance, production, education and professional training, known for its dynamic productions of classic and contemporary plays. Open to the public year-round, this award-winning cultural destination houses three theaters, dramatic public spaces and distinctive dining. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel, the Guthrie is located in the historic Mill District of Downtown Minneapolis and features a 175-foot cantilever bridge which overlooks the Mississippi River. When it opened in 2006 Time magazine called the building "a 21st century dream factory." Visit the Guthrie to see a show, grab a cup of coffee and explore the building, shop at the Guthrie Store, or to simply take in the extraordinary riverfront views. Backstage tours are Friday and Saturday mornings.
I'm biased, but this is one of the most beautiful theaters in the country, and certainly in the Twin Cities. Fabulous restaurant downstairs with a raw bar, and if you eat at the bar instead get the burger! Upper restaurant has a more limited menu...MoreDeidre, thank you for the kind review. We appreciate you taking the time to tell us about your experience.
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