Psycho Suzi’s, the popular tiki bar in northeast Minneapolis, is looking to expand its sprawling riverside patio.
Marlin Levison, Star Tribune
Nightlife news: Seville closes temporarily; more Psycho
- Article by: MICHAEL RIETMULDER
- Special to the Star Tribune
- February 15, 2013 - 11:34 AM
Downtown Minneapolis strip club the Seville has been forced to close temporarily for repairs after a pipe burst Jan. 25, said owner Dino Perlman. He said water gushed from the third-floor sprinkler system, destroying the floors and electrical fixtures.
“We’re just trying to put the club back together,” he said.
Perlman plans to reopen the club, where he said about 130 people work, on Feb. 28.
15 Glenwood Av., Mpls., 612-465-8777, www.thesevilleclub.com
Already boasting a sprawling riverside patio, Psycho Suzi’s Motor Lounge is looking to go bigger.
According to city documents, the northeast Minneapolis tiki bar wants to add an 870-square-foot, second-level patio.
1900 NE. Marshall St., Mpls. 612-788-9069, www.psychosuzis.com
Going Irish in Uptown
Uptown could have a new Irish bar in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Paul Crilly, managing partner of the planned Morrissey’s Irish Pub, wrote in an e-mail that he hopes to open in early March. It may take the luck of the Irish to reverse a trend of short-lived establishments in the space that has housed Restaurant Miami, Favor Cafe, Viva Brazil and Los Lagos in the past five years.
913 W. Lake St., Mpls.
Michael Rietmulder writes about bars and nightlife.
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