Intro to Northeast
Learn more about Northeast.
Today, Northeast Minneapolis is a widely-popular and very diverse neighborhood with plenty of activities, bars and restaurants that keep residents buzzing with activity. By day, people enjoy walking along the river, riding their bike across the Stone Arch Bridge and or enjoying a sandwich at Pracna on Main; the oldest restaurant in the neighborhood and also the city! When the sun sets, city go-ers enjoy watching a movie at the historic Stone Arch Theatre or swinging by Nye’s Polonaise Room for some polish cuisine and old-school live polka music.
Throughout the years, Northeast Minneapolis has seen a tremendous amount of growth. Being the first established city in Minneapolis, there has been plenty of room to evolve and grow. For decades, people have continued coming back to the constantly changing yet classic neighborhood.
The Northeast Lifestyle
Located across The Mississippi River from central downtown Minneapolis, you will find a community that is rich and fully-immersed in Minnesota culture.
Ride your bike or take a stroll across the historic and one of a kind Stone Arch Bridge to enter into this truly unique neighborhood.
Grab a beer with your friends at popular hotspot Tugs Tavern or take in a movie at the historic Minneapolis Main Street Theater.
When the sun sets over the Stone Arch Bridge, the action starts to heat up.
The nightlife bar scene in Northeast ranges from lively hole-in-the walls, to an old-school polka lounge, to trendy and up beat club-like bars.
The bars and restaurants in Northeast Minneapolis have kept Minneapolis residents happy and satisfied from generation to generation; from mid-morning to the early morning hours.
Historic Hot Spot
Main Street in Northeast is the oldest street in Minneapolis and still features the original and charming cobble-stone street.