NE Pub Crawl Tours
It is a terrific way to spend an afternoon or evening in Minneapolis with family, friends, co-workers, or your out of town guests. Join us for:
- Birthday parties
- Bachelor parties
- Bachelorette parties
- Night out on the town
The most popular Pub Crawl Tour is our North East “Nordeast” Minneapolis tour.
Choose from these frequently visited bars in NE:
Elsie's is family owned and committed to making your event a special and unique experience. A Minneapolis tradition for great food with a full selection of beverages. This neighborhood bar also offers modern bowling lanes with the latest in automatic scoring, bumpers and cosmic bowling sound and light show.
Gasthofâs is a large, classic, Bavarian style bar drawing large mixed crowds. Home of the beer boot, this German masterpiece has a warm and welcoming atmosphere with pleasant surroundings. Downstairs at Mario's Keller Bar the music changes nightly, but on Friday and Saturday they usually feature live Polka bands from 8pm-12am with a DJ spinning the best Top 40 after midnight.
Grumpy's Bar is your classic Northeast joint, but no kitchen! Their jukebox has been voted as one of the best in the Twin Cities. This neighborhood hub since the turn of the last century also has shows and special events.
Built in 1887 in historic Northeast Minneapolis this working-class bar boasts backslapping camaraderie. The original decor consists of pressed-tin ceiling, tile floor and high wooden booths. A mix of Northeast locals with live music on the weekends.
Don't let good taste spoil a perfect evening. Roll up to this Nordeast adventure in style and guzzle their original and potent rum concoctions while scarfing down scrumptious fare. Lounge in comfort within their lovingly tacky tiki embrace also known as "Poor Man's Paradise".
With it's name originating from the onetime Minneapolis based Lakers basketball hero (and former owner from the 50's), this Northeast legend is a must see. It's packed almost nightly with a youngish crowd, most of them imbibing the sweet lime-and-vodka concoction known as "The Greenie."