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Pre-Event Dining

Looking for somewhere to grab a bite to eat before a Target Center event? Visit one of our conveniently-located restaurant partners!

For a full list of all dining options within walking distance of our venue, click here.

Huberts Sports Bar & Grill

600 First Avenue North
Minneapolis , Minnesota 55403
612.767.2960

Huberts is here to make your event experience a truly memorable one. With direct access into Target Center from our bar and restaurant, you can enjoy your pre and post game celebration just steps from the arena floor. Daily Happy Hour specials and our family friendly atmosphere are the perfect combination for any event whether it’s the big game or the hottest show!

Happy Hour 11am-6pm Select Taps and Bottled Beer
 

MASON'S RESTAURANT AND BARRE

528 Hennepin Avenue South
Minneapolis , MN 55403
612.516.3344

All Target Center ticket-holders - enjoy a buy-one-get-one drink or dessert before or after every show! Just stop by with your ticket stub!

Mason’s is a casual restaurant and bar in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. We provide an attractive, comfortable environment where our customers enjoy great new American cuisine and creative drinks served by friendly, knowledgeable staff. From house-made soups and pastas, to sandwiches, salads and entrees, there is sure to be something to fit every customer’s palate. Come on over; we're one block from the Target Center on the corner of Hennepin and 6th Street.

Shout House Dueling Piano Bar

110 North 5th Street
Minneapolis , Minnesota 55403

CELEBRATE LIFE AT THE TOP OF YOUR LUNGS! The Shout House Dueling Pianos is THE place to be in the downtown Minneapolis area. Located at 110 N 5th St, we are conveniently located just a block and a half from Target Center. With a full menu, live music, and reservations accepted, we are guaranteed to be your perfect pre- and post-show venue.
 

Hell's Kitchen

80 South 9th Street
Minneapolis , Minnesota 55403
(612) 332-4700

Hell's Kitchen is an award-winning Minneapolis gem where politicians, priests and business “suits” comfortably eat elbow-to-elbow with tattooed musicians and colorful artists. Rather than fancy, over-the-top "vertical" food, the restaurant is legendary for its unique twist on American food, from homemade peanut butter to sinfully decadent desserts. Started by renegade chefs weary of pretentious menus, the restaurant leaped to national fame 10 years ago when NPR hailed it as “unique but not fancy, interesting but not fussy” and Gourmet Magazine wrote, "Rather than rave on, let us just say if you're ever in Minneapolis and want to wow your tastebuds, go to Hell's Kitchen. It is inspired and inspiring."

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