What I'm drinking in... MINNEAPOLIS!

Minneapolis will have you know that it's way more than a fly-over, people!  Spend some time in the Twin Cities and get to know its industrial chic aesthetic and good (coffee AND beer) brews!


Maybe lake culture and the Midwest friendliness are infectious characteristics. Maybe winter-weary Minnesotans know best how to seize the summer day. Either way, consider this twin city for your next foodie-focused northern exposure. It is the ideal—and not yet widely touted—spot for a midsummer getaway.
— Vogue, Living/Travel

The Bachelor Farmer Cafe

Featuring TBF!

Located in Minneapolis’ North Loop, you won’t want to miss this Nordic-style café in the Twin Cities! Founded by brothers Eric & Andrew Dayton, two Minneapoleans who launched @bachelorfarmer along with a restaurant & speakeasy as a nod to the North’s food scene & their city’s Scandinavian heritage.

Vibes --  Built in a historic warehouse and decorated with cheerful blue, white & yellow tiles and wooden seating filled with people in laptops and books

Brews -- Get your coffee fix from the cafe’s rotating selection of beans, ft. roasters like local @dogwoodcoffee , PDX’s @heartroasters or BK-based @parlourcoffee

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50 N 2nd Ave

Minneapolis, MN 55401

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It may be known for its Midwestern friendless and summer lake culture, but Minneapolis has a seriously creative side, too.
— Jetsetter, "Travel Ideas"
North, on Hennepin Avenue, is Spyhouse Coffee, where I’ve spent countless hours writing lyrics in a notebook and drinking their matchless espresso shots.
— Dan Wilson, Conde Nast Traveler