6440 US 10 West
Ramsey, MN 55303
Phone: (763) 323-4800
Fax: (763) 323-0404
Everyone leaves this popular spot in a happy mood. With darts, pool tables and multiple televisions tuned to local and national sports teams, it is a great place to pass the time. Stop in after work for happy hour or grab a bite to eat at lunch or dinner. Your hunger and thirst will definitely be satisfied. Choose from juicy 1/2 pound burgers or piled-to-the-ceiling French Dip sandwiches. The appetizers are billed to serve two, but four people can easily get their fill from one order. Tap and bottled brews, cocktails, wine and soft drinks are available for your sipping pleasure.
A mainstay of the Maple Grove and Osseo area, this hot spot combines a casual bar atmosphere with a rocking nightclub. Live entertainment is scheduled every weekend ranging from country to classic rock to oldies. During the week you can catch the game or cable programming on the strategically placed TVs or play darts and video games. Weather permitting, enjoy your meal or drink on the large outdoor patio. Free appetizers and drink specials pull in the after-work crowd during happy hour on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The menu offers a wide variety of choices including steak, barbeque ribs, walleye, chicken and pasta dishes.
Looking for a little friendly, athletic competition to burn those calories? Do you want to dance the night away? How about a casual setting to enjoy your burger, steak, seafood, pizza or pasta? Be-Bop's is the place. During the summer there's the sand volleyball courts, softball fields or horseshoe pits. During the winter, try broomball and flag football. If sports are not your thing, Be-Bop's nightclub has a DJ and dancing. Full banquet service is also available. Parties of 10 or more should call to make reservations. Be-Bop's offers an excellent selection of burgers, steaks, pizza, seafood and pasta. Beer, wine, liquor and soft drinks are available. Open hours vary for restaurant bar and sports complex. Check the website for details.
Fans of all types of music flock to this entertainment center. With a facility the size of a football field, there's plenty of room to pack 'em in. This place plays host to many local and national acts ranging from classic rock to country, blues, and big band. The dance floor is huge, but it never seems big enough to accommodate the crowds it draws. If room is limited, sit out a set and play pool, darts, foosball or pinball. Depending on the act, advance tickets are recommended. You may be turned away if the crowd exceeds a set limit. There are a number of bar areas, so the wait for a refill on your beer, cocktail, wine or soft drink is minimal. Burgers, sandwiches, steak, fish and pasta dishes are mainstays of the menu; however, most people seem to eat elsewhere and just come for the music, dancing and drinks.
The Mermaid is a supper club, nightclub and bowling alley where you can 'Rock' and 'Roll' the night away all under one roof. Roll on the lanes, then head to the dance floor where DJs spin your favorite classic rock tunes. Or try your luck at darts, pool or video games. Choose from onion rings, spicy chicken wings or deep-fried cheese sticks for starters. The American menu features supper club fare such as steak and seafood along with burgers, fries and sandwiches. Beer, liquor and soft drinks are served.
Midwest Music Museum commemorates the power of music as a common thread binding worldwide communities. It was established in 1996 as a platform for local musicians to achieve recognition for their talent and continues to patronize original compositions and alternative genres. They organize several educational programs, exhibitions and live performances throughout the year. Some of the exhibits include artifacts, photographs, documents and memorabilia of legendary The Beatles.
Mayslack's has been a Minneapolis favorite since times immemorial. It has been the one-stop pub for live music and is more like an after-work haunt in the area. A good mix of young and old regulars can be found here, upholding and continuing with their traditional hang-out. Yet, as the years have gone by, doubts have started to creep in even amongst locals about the quality of service. However, the pub's efforts to provide the best possible service and re-achieve its past glory are well underway.
This fun nightclub doesn't have any illusions of grandeur - what it does offer is fun and seven nights of music a week. From generous drinks offers to a selection of good local acts, 331 provides enough variety to keep most punters happy. Check the website for details of upcoming events.
This Washington Avenue club features a laid-back atmosphere that is conducive to a wide variety of hangouts. Grab a drink from the bar, whether it be a beer, a glass of wine or a cocktail, and get ready to lose yourself on the floor. The club hosts a variety of different events, ranging from trivia nights to live music concerts, so check the website to stay apprised of the latest happenings.
Formerly known as Archie's Bunker, this establishment has cleaned up its act and is now one of the hottest joints for pop, rock, R&B and jazz. Many of the best local bands grace the stage at this popular music bar and grill. You will even catch an occasional national performer on select weekends. Catering to a primarily working class clientele, this hangout also offers food. During the week it's a full lunch menu featuring home made soups. Each evening it's a burger special. Beer, wine, liquor or soft drinks are available. Food is served from 11am to 3pm while burgers are served till midnight.
The Blue Fox has established a reputation for catering to those who just want to shake it all night without worrying about trends. As a center for nightlife in St. Paul's northern suburbs, it has maintained much of the same clientele over the years. Live bands get the club jumping on weekends playing a variety of rock, pop, blues, oldies and country. Disc-spinning DJs provide the entertainment on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Pool, dart boards and video games provide additional entertainment. Drinks and food are reasonably priced. A large selection of steaks, burgers, sandwiches, salads and pasta are featured on the menu, as well as a selection of items for kids. A wide variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks too are available.
The Front is the place to be when you're just looking to spend a night dancing and having a great time. The DJs at this club know how to keep the party moving on the dance floor, playing all of your favorite songs. There is seating against the walls and on an upper level balcony, but why sit down when the dance floor is calling?