folk venue at Hamline University
19 West 15th Street, Minneapolis. … Continue reading →
26 Club on Lake Street featured jazz from the Korta Quartet but lost its cabaret license, forcing it to stop live music at 11 pm.
305 Club featured jazz during at least 1961-64.
331 – 13th Ave. NE, Minneapolis. I have absolutely no idea about this, but I had this great photo, so here it is! Besides, it was identified as a “Club” from wherever I got it. Feel free to set me … Continue reading →
West Bank. Pictured below are Willie and the Bees, 1966. Photo by Ramon Muxter. … Continue reading →
617 Club is now at 2185 Fourth Street in White Bear. It was named after its former address, 617 Fourth Street; the address was changed in the 1980s. The bar opened on March 9, 1934 – previously it was Mel … Continue reading →
The 620 Club, at 620 Hannepin Ave., was the home of many gangsters and turkey sandwiches. I think there’s a lot about the 620 Club in the book Augie’s Secrets by Neal Karlen. MOBY DICK’S Moby Dick’s was one … Continue reading →
6311 Club was at 6311 Cedar Ave. So. – “Only Place Past Lake Nokomis on Left Side of Road” in July 1943. Beer and Lunches, Dancing. Amar, Prop.
3404 Cedar Ave, Minneapolis, 1958 … Continue reading →