Lake shore in the city.
Along the shores of Lake Harriet sits the Lynnhurst neighborhood in the Southwest community in Minneapolis. This neighborhood sets Its boundaries at 46th Street to the north, Lyndale Avenue to the east, 54th Street to the south and Penn Avenue/Lake Harriet to the west. The neighborhood today retains the natural beauty that drew people more than 100 years ago, and the blocks of stunning homes from the early 1900s to today, independent shops, restaurants and coffee houses as well as a neighborhood school, beautiful parks and convenient location make Lynnhurst one of the most coveted neighborhoods in the metro area.
• The activities surrounding the City Lakes
• Lynnhurst neighborhood park and locally owned stores
• Walkable to boutique shopping & dining
• A mix of historic homes along with contemporary design and green technology
Truly and not-to-miss neighborhood in Minneapolis for dining. Along the perimeter of this neighborhood you will find some of the best restaurants in town. For delicious fish and chips, check out George & the Dragon on 50th and Bryant. This English pub is a great gathering place with an easy going style and always friendly ambiance. Premium rotisserie can always be found at Brasa. Their location at the northern end of the Lynnhurst neighborhood is a must for dine-in or take-out. With an unforgettable unique blend of flavors from Mexico combined with BBQ and other smoky flare, Colita is a do not miss destination. Colita can be found at 54th and Penn, but be sure to check out its sister restaurants around town.
For locally owned and operated shopping in the area, you will find Patina for home decor, jewelry, toys and inspired gifts for everyone. Everyone needs a high quality grocery store, also locally owned and this you will find at Kowalski's Market. Kowalski’s is known for its warm and welcoming environment; commitment to local and healthy foods and to the Twin Cities community.
There are countless ways to play at Lake Harriet, part of the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes Regional Park. Nearly 3 miles of pedestrian and bike trails circle the perimeter and pass some of the city’s most stunning homes. Rent bikes—in addition to canoes, kayaks and paddle boats—through Wheel Fun Rentals. You can bike all the way from Lake Harriet to Minnehaha Falls by way of the Minnehaha Parkway. No matter where you’re at on the lake, it’s hard to miss the castle-like Band Shell, complete with turrets. Here, you’ll find a full lineup of free concerts and movies through the summer. Harriet stays colorful in the winter months, with the annual Lake Harriet Winter Kite Festival drawing kites of all shapes and sizes. You’re also likely to spot ice fishing and snowshoeing enthusiasts during the deep-freeze months.
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