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Things to Do Near Hotel Indigo Minneapolis Downtown

Put The Map Away, Start Walking, And See What You Find.

At Hotel Indigo, you feel the cultural vibe of downtown Minneapolis. Once an industrial mill town on the Mississippi River, our revitalized neighborhood blends the city’s mid-century origins with global experiences, with tons to see and do.

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Where to Dine Around Town

The Capital Grille


A fine dining favorite in the Minneapolis Theatre District, The Capital Grille is an American Steakhouse. It offers exquisite entrees and elegant wine and is a perfect spot to go before or after a show.

112 Eatery


112 Eatery, the first restaurant of Nancy St. Pierre and James Beard Award winning Chef Isaac Becker, is located in Minneapolis. It's often touted as the "place where Chefs dine," offering warm hospitality and a bustling, intimate atmosphere for diners seeking exceptional dishes.

Fhima’s Minneapolis


Located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, Fhima's offers an exquisite culinary experience, presenting a tantalizing blend of French Mediterranean flavors in an elegant setting. The restaurant, set in the iconic Forum building with its meticulously restored art deco interiors, creates an ambience steeped in history.

noa Minneapolis


Noa is a California inspired eatery located in Minneapolis, where it serves chef crafted creations in an inviting and spacious atmosphere. Its unique concept offers upscale yet approachable menu items, providing a dining experience filled with warmth and energy.

Places To Go, Things To Do

Target Field

We are just a few blocks from Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins and a popular summer concert venue.

US Bank Stadium

Home of the Minnesota Vikings and a state of the art stadium. US Bank Stadium is within walking distance and accessible via the Minneapolis skyway.

First Avenue

Since 1970, this rock venue and tine side bar in an old depot have hosted and launched many acts including Prince.

Mississippi River and Attractions

Explore the stretch of the Mississippi River next to downtown Minneapolis with many dining and entertainment options.

Nicollet Mall

Nicollet Avenue from South, Washington Avenue to Grant Street, Washington,

Nicollet Mall is a twelve-block stretch of Nicollet Avenue running through downtown Minneapolis. Unofficially known as Minneapolis' "Main Street," it forms the cultural and commercial center of the city. Working as a pedestrian and transit mall, it is a popular shopping and dining district. Cozy cafés, fine dining restaurants, unique shops, and more line the mall and are easily accessible. The mall hosts the Mill City Farmer’s Market.

Minneapolis Theatre District

900 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403

Hennepin Theatre Trust is the heart of the Minneapolis Theater District. It brings the most popular touring Broadway musicals, plays, concerts, comedy shows, and more to Minneapolis. Three majestic theatres, the Pantages, State, and Orpheum, are within a block of each other and give the theatre district its reputation as a must-see attraction in Minneapolis.

Walker Art Center

725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, MN 55403

If you love modern art, The Walker Art Center is a must-see attraction. This multidisciplinary contemporary art center in Minneapolis is considered one of the nation’s “big five” museums of modern art. Enjoy the adjoining Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, hailed as one of the crown jewels of the city’s park system. It unites green space and cultural life in a beautifully unique way.

Mall of America

60 E Broadway, Bloomington, MN 55425

The Mall of America is known around the world and is one of the top two tourist destinations in the country. This giant 4-level mall has hundreds of stores, restaurants, a theme park, a cinema, and an aquarium. It is a leader in retail, entertainment, and attractions, hosting more than 400 concerts, celebrity appearances, and fashion show events every year. Open Monday-Saturday 10:00AM – 9:00PM and Sunday 11:00AM – 7:00PM.

Mill City Farmer’s Market

750 S 2nd St, Minneapolis, MN 55401

Located on the river near the Guthrie Theater, the Mill City Farmers Market is a seasonal market that nurtures a healthy community. Every Saturday from May to October, farmers, producers, food artisans, and celebrity chefs come together to share multicultural food traditions, cooking demos, free food samplers, and live music. Mill City Farmers Market inspires the building of a local, sustainable, and organic food economy in a vibrant, educational marketplace.