Target Field is in the perfect location not only because of the beautiful view of Minneapolis’ skyline, but because of the many establishments surrounding it. In other words, there are a lot of bars in the area. So, whether you’d like to grab a drink before the game or after, here are some great bars near the Twins ballpark.
O’Donovan’s Irish Pub
Located right across from the Target Center, this cafe is within easy walking distance of the Twins stadium. The cafe says it’s “the perfect place to enjoy amazing food and exceptional beverages served with a ‘rock n’ roll’ twist.” Minnesota native Prince, Mick Jagger, Mary J. Blige, Christina Aguilera and many other a-list artists have their memorabilia displayed
Shout! House Dueling Pianos
650 Hennepin Ave.
Minneapolis MN 55403
If you’re searching for an entertaining evening where performers literally duke it out for your enjoyment, then look no further then The Shout! House Rock ‘N Roll Dueling Pianos. Located in the trendy Block E, The Shout! House is the place to be for an at-the-top-of-your-lungs sing-a-long. The front of the bar features two pianos, with quality, rock star performers ready to face off tickling the ivories for your tips. Make a request — no matter how off the wall — and these music magicians will bring it to life.
This bar touts its tap beer selection as the best in Minneapolis. Twins specials are in the works — making this a great nearby establishment to visit before or after games.
During the Twins’ season, The Imperial Room plans to giveaway two free home game tickets every Tuesday. Also, happy hour is a big deal here! Before or after games, fans can stop in, grab a bite from the bar’s new ballpark menu and check out the drink specials.
Kieran’s Irish Pub
Having made the transition to Block E on March 16, Kieran’s made sure to bring their Irish experience to their new home with more live music and classic Irish cuisine. Corned Beef Reubens are a perfect paring before or after catching a baseball game and what better than a pint of Guinness to wash it all down?
Known for its sushi and steak, Seven is located just a couple blocks away from Target Field. The restaurant says it has the largest outdoor video screen in the Twin Cities on its rooftop skybar and will be offering specials for Twins fans.
Calling itself “The Ultimate Fun Bar + Grill” in Minneapolis and located just a short walk away from the Twins’ stadium, Sneaky Pete’s is a great place to go before and after a game.
With one of the biggest tap beer selections, games and many plasma TVs, Brothers is a great stop for Twins fans. A representative said that the bar is being renovated and expanded to accommodate fans and their menu’s getting an upgrade to feature more sports-related items for hungry Twins fans.
This bar has been in operation with its current owners since 1934 and is the oldest running bar in Minneapolis. Twins fans can visit for live entertainment which occurs every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Also, the bar’s kitchen is open until midnight, so fans can enjoy some good food, too.
The Loon Cafe
The owner of this cafe identifies the place as a “baseball bar” where Twins players and officials frequent. With a great location close to the new stadium, the bar is a perfect place for fans to come before or after the games.