112 Eatery

112 N 3rd St

Acclaimed spot offering an eclectic menu of elevated comfort fare for dinner & late-night dining.

AC Hotel

401 Hennepin Ave

An open space hotel — designed for both your work and night life — where inspiration crystallizes into creative business ideas by day and transforms into a social hub (complete with local craft beer) by night.

Alden H. Smith House

Alden H. Smith House

1400-10 Harmon Place

Nestled in the center of Minneapolis’ most fashionable, turn-of-the-century neighborhood, this 1886 home continues to turn heads in the early part of the 21st.

Basil’s Restaurant

710 Marquette Ave S

Offering a casual dining atmosphere with a contemporary flare, this house of cuisine serves American delicacies that are traditional yet uniquely prepared.

Basilica Interior

Basilica of St. Mary

88 17th St

Built to replace a former church overtaken by growing industrial neighborhoods, the Basilica of St. Mary opened for worship in 1913. Architectural upgrades made in 1954 qualified it as the first Catholic basilica in the United States.

Bob Dylan Mural

15 S 5th St

When you turn the corner of 5th and Hennepin Avenue, you'll know exactly where you are — thanks to one of the most colorful and iconic destinations in WeDo. The five-story kaleidoscopic mural of Bob Dylan by Eduardo Kobra (on a 60-foot by 150-foot brick wall) is a ‘must see’ for everyone who visits the Cultural District.

Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre

824 Hennepin Ave

The Brave New Workshop has been performing original satirical sketch comedy and improvisation since 1958, longer than any other theater in the United States. .

Bus Stops

Hennepin Ave & 10th St N

Convenience, flexibility and low-cost travel are at your fingertips tips when the bus is your mode of transport to and from WeDo.

Butcher & The Boar

1121 Hennepin Ave

This lively American eatery and four-season beer garden marries delicious craft brews and bourbons with a mouth-watering menu made especially for meat lovers.


Cafe & Bar Lurcat

1624 Harmon Place

Sophisticated comfort food comes in all the right sizes at this neo-American eatery with a view of spectacular cathedrals and cultural icons.

Candyland 7th St

27 S 7th St #6 & Nicollet Mall

Do you smell that tempting aroma? If you’re in downtown Minneapolis, it’s undoubtedly one of the two Candyland locations, churning up fresh goodies daily.

Candyland Lasalle Ave

811 Lasalle Ave #104

Do you smell that tempting aroma? If you’re in downtown Minneapolis, it’s undoubtedly one of the two Candyland locations, churning up fresh goodies daily.

Caribou Coffee

651 Nicollet Mall

A Minnesota original, Caribou Coffee is just about everywhere in the Twin Cities. But you’ll love the weatherproof “outdoor” seating at this accessible skyway spot.

Chevys (former)

701 Hennepin Ave

Once home to Chevys Fresh Mex, this building now houses Made Here public art installations on the upper floor.

City Center

615 Hennepin Ave

At the core of the city's commerce, Minneapolis City Center serves as a hub of the skyway network. The complex is skyway connected to Mayo Clinic Square, Macy's, Gaviidae Common and several parking facilities.

City Place Lofts

730 Hennepin Ave

Historic. Modern. This building originally opened in 1919 as the Lincoln Bank Building. It now has new life and purpose as an affordable "true" loft living in downtown Minneapolis.

City Works

600 Hennepin Ave

Among the long-time favorite restaurants on Hennepin Avenue comes a new kid on the block. Serving up craft beer, wine on tap, crafted cocktails and contemporary American cuisine, City Works is the perfect destination for great dining and sports entertainment.



601 1st Ave N

An eclectic menu and standout cocktails make this sleek, all-day dining destination a favorite for a quick bite or a leisurely meal.



825 Hennepin Ave

6,000-square-foot patio. Grand sushi bar. Daily happy hour. Gluten-free cuisine. Crave has all that and a to-die-for downtown skyline view.

Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant

1010 Nicollet Ave

One of few establishments in Minnesota (certainly in WeDo) to serve a full, chef-driven menu paired with world-class music performances seven nights a week. The Dakota is more than a restaurant and more than a music club — it’s where love of great food and great music come together as a seamless duet.

Embassy Suites Minneapolis

12 S 6th St

Located in the heart of downtown, this all-suite hotel features luxurious and modern amenities cozied into the historic details of the former Plymouth Building.

Espresso Royale

1229 Hennepin Ave

Long open hours, relaxed vibes, ample seating and a new on-site bookstore make Espresso Royale a true gem of the local café scene.

Fiber Art Mural

710 Hennepin Ave

Artist Randy Walker is currently at work creating a large-scale fiber art mural on the side of the historic Pantages Theatre off Hennepin Avenue.

FireLake Grill House & Cocktail Bar

31 S 7th St

Simply delicious food is taken to new heights as this local eatery dishes out an array of fresh, local and sustainably-sourced food, as well as a unique mix of signature cocktails.

First Avenue

701 First Ave N

With two separate performance spaces in one historic venue, First Avenue and 7th St Entry are a music lover’s dream come true.

Fogo de Chão

645 Hennepin Ave

Rooted in a rich churrasco tradition, this upscale steakhouse in the heart of WeDo brings the unique taste of Brazil directly to your table.

Gluek Building

Gluek Building

14 6th St N

German immigrant Gottlieb Gluek needed a place to sell his popular local brew. So, in 1902, he opened this elegant bar and saloon.

Photo courtesy of Artspace Projects

Goodale Theater

528 Hennepin Ave

Century-old elegance meets sleek, modern comfort in this stunningly refurbished 505-seat theater perfectly designed for showcasing dance and movement arts.

Hampton Inn & Suites

19 N 8th St

This modern hotel — right in the heart of downtown Minneapolis — is in walking distance of all the unique offerings in the Cultural District and provides convenient connectivity to iconic destinations across the Twin Cities.

Hell’s Kitchen

80 9th St S

Hell’s Kitchen: where the food is so good, it’s a sin. Dine in Hell and savor unique, made-from-scratch dishes. And live a little with a 35-foot Bloody Mary bar, all the while knowing your food is sustainably harvested.

Highland Bank Court

811 LaSalle Ave

Highland Bank Court is a retail, restaurant and office building in WeDo. The building is home to the Marriott Residence Inn, the LaSalle Court Parking Ramp, Alphagraphics, Candyland and the Highland Bank. It is accessible by skyway from anywhere in downtown.

IDS Center

80 S 8th St

The IDS Center is a skyscraper located at 80 South 8th Street in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Completed in 1972, it's the tallest building in the state at a height of 792 feet.

Illusion Theater

528 Hennepin Ave 8th Floor

Founded in 1974, Illusion Theater presents its diverse theatrical season on the 8th floor of the Hennepin Center for the Arts in downtown Minneapolis.

Irene Hixon Whitney Bridge

725 Vineland Place

Made of painted steel, wood and brass, this iconic bridge's overlapping arches represent a metaphorical handshake uniting two areas of the city.

Le Méridien Chambers

901 Hennepin Ave

For those who enjoy contemporary art and luxurious hospitality, this hotel will be Louvre at first sight.

Light Rail Stops

Warehouse District - Hennepin Ave Station

Whether you’re coming from the airport, the Minneapolis suburbs or downtown St. Paul, you can travel to WeDo in style on the light rail.

Loring Park

1382 Willow St

As the largest park in Minneapolis, Loring Park provides a safe haven for the community to enjoy nature’s beauty and a variety of unique events throughout the seasons.

Lumber Exchange

Lumber Exchange

10 S 5th St

This stunning remnant of Minnesota’s powerful lumber industry (complete with fire-resistant terra cotta sheathing) cost an incredible $1.2 million to build back in 1890.

Masonic Temple

Masonic Temple

524 Hennepin Ave

Stone carvings adorn the exterior of this 1890 construction that has graced the corner of Hennepin Avenue and 6th Street for more than a century.

Mayo Clinic Square

600 Hennepin Ave

Mayo Clinic Square is a complete transformation of a former retail and entertainment center into the most dynamic, visible and highly energized office and retail space in downtown Minneapolis. The impressive redevelopment features a welcoming and accessible environment within a stunning architectural setting. Joining the Central Business, Cultural and Warehouse Districts to Minnesota’s elite sporting venues and the North Loop make this the city’s most well-connected block.

McCormick & Schmick’s

800 Nicollet Mall

Sail away to where some of the finest fresh seafood and shellfish is caught while savoring the rich flavors of premium aged steaks from local ranches.

McGuire Theater

1750 Hennepin Ave

Home to the Walker Art Center’s acclaimed performing arts program, the William and Nadine McGuire Theater is one of the country’s finest new theatrical spaces for contemporary music, theater and dance.

Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

725 Vineland Place

As one of the crown jewels of the city's park system, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden unites two of Minnesota’s most cherished resources — its greenspace and its cultural life.

Mission American Kitchen & Bar

77 S 7th St

The energy of downtown meets style and comfort at Mission American Kitchen & Bar. This contemporary American restaurant offers elevated comfort food, as well as sophisticated cocktails in the iconic IDS Center.

Murray's Steakhouse

Murray’s Steakhouse

26 S 6th St

This iconic, upscale steakhouse has been pairing classic cocktails with prime cuts since 1946. Murray’s is a true-blue, timeless Twin Cities institution.

New Century Theatre

615 Hennepin Ave, Suite 145

Hennepin Theatre Trust established the New Century Theatre in 2011 to host concerts, events and gatherings in the heart of downtown Minneapolis’ City Center.

Orpheum Theatre

Orpheum Theatre

910 Hennepin Ave

Originally known as the Hennepin, the Orpheum boasted the country’s largest vaudeville house when it opened in 1921. Today, it hosts the hottest touring Broadway shows beneath a glittering, iconic chandelier.

Pantages Theatre

Pantages Theatre

710 Hennepin Ave

A stained-glass sky dome adorns this former vaudeville house that opened in 1916 as part of Greek immigrant Alexander Pantages’ renowned collection of theaters.

Pizza Lucé

119 N 4th St

A slice of heaven in WeDo. Pizza Lucé has been serving up delicious pizzas and pastas to the traditional Italian fare lovers and health conscious customers alike since 1993.

Pop Art Mural

930 Hennepin Ave

The 900 block of Hennepin is home to a vibrant pop-art mural by Greg Gossel — inspired by old comic book art, magazines and coloring books — across the parking lot from the Orpheum Theatre.

Radisson Blu Minneapolis, Downtown

35 S 7th St

Blocks away from world-class shopping, cultural experiences and top sporting venues, the recently renovated Radisson Blu in downtown Minneapolis mirrors the buzz of the bustling city, while providing luxurious amenities and upscale hospitality.

Renaissance Square

520 Nicollet Mall

Renaissance Square is a turn-of-the-century office building, located on Nicollet Mall.

Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

800 Lasalle Ave. Suite 125

Enjoy handcrafted beers, made from scratch food and something else that may not happen that often ... experience a connection to the locals. This kinship is made possible due to the exceptional staff, local brewers and chefs, as well as tasty local flavors that keeps customers coming back for more.

Starbucks Coffee

600 Hennepin Ave S

Right in the heart of all the Downtown action, this Starbucks location sits inside the spectacular Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine complex.

State Theatre

State Theatre

805 Hennepin Ave

Original murals and multiple chandeliers bring glitz and glamour to this venue, considered the most technologically advanced theater in the United States when it opened its doors in 1921.

Target Center

600 1st Ave N

As the gateway to downtown Minneapolis, Target Center is home to the Minnesota Lynx (three-time WNBA champions), the Timberwolves, concerts, family shows and special events.

Target Field

1 Twins Way

Embracing the open air and the all-American pastime, this stadium hits it out of the park with stunning downtown Minneapolis skyline views and world-class entertainment.

The 15 Building

15 5th St

The 15 Building is a twelve-story, high-rise retail and commercial space. It is also known as the Chamber of Commerce Building, Northern States Power Building and Minneapolis General Electric Company Building. It is connected by skyway to Fifty South Sixth, the Plymouth Building, and the Lumber Exchange/Edison Building.

The Burd Building

319 N 1st Ave

The Burd Building is a five-story retail space listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing member of the Minneapolis Warehouse Historic District.

The Capital Grille

801 Hennepin Ave

Experience fine dining at its best with acclaimed dry aged steaks and fresh seafood paired with award-winning wines.

The Marquette Hotel

710 S Marquette Ave

Encounter a renowned hotel combining luxury and convenience at The Marquette, a Hilton Hotel right in the heart of downtown Minneapolis.

The Melting Pot

80 S 9th St

Melt your hunger away with the best fondue in Minneapolis. Cultured but comfortable, private but personable, The Melting Pot is a restaurant that redefines dining expectations.

The Oceanaire Seafood Room

50 S 6th St

Take an ever-changing menu that combines seasonal ingredients, add extremely talented chefs, throw in a dash of knowledgeable staff, mix gently in a gorgeous setting — and The Oceanaire is born.

Third Bird

The Third Bird

1612 Harmon Place

This neighborhood spot serves up inventive locally-sourced New American eats in a modern setting.

UNION Restaurant

731 Hennepin Ave

Union serves up scratch American cooking and cocktails in a casual restaurant and bar. It also features Minnesota’s only year-round glass-enclosed rooftop.

Vertical Mosaic Garden Wall

910 Hennepin Ave

Brick walls are just brick walls, unless you’re in WeDo. In this case, the wall in-between the Orpheum Theatre and future Hennepin Theatre Trust offices (the former Solera building) is shiny, bright and vibrant.

Voya Financial 20 Washington

20 S Washington Ave

Opened in 1965, architect Minoru Yamasaki designed this iconic structure with reflective pools and landscaping with the vision of creating "a park with a building in it."

Walker Art Center entrance

Walker Art Center

1750 Hennepin Ave

The Walker Art Center is a multidisciplinary contemporary art center which features contemporary visual and performing arts exhibits and programs.

WINDOWS on Minnesota

710 Marquette Ave

WINDOWS on Minnesota is the premier event center of the Twin Cities, and offers a fresh perspective on downtown Minneapolis and your next corporate function or business meeting.