Marvel Bar

Row 1

Details
50 2nd Ave N (btwn 1st Street N & Azine Way)
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 206-3929
Speakeasy, Cocktail, Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 5:00 PM–Midnight Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–1:00 AM

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  • Drinks here make drinks elsewhere taste like rancid toilet water.
  • The secret is out. Stay away on weekends. The crowd ruins the vibe.
  • Marvel has recently expanded its menu a bit to include more bar bites and a selection of punches. Served either by the glass for a single drinker or in a fancy punch bowl sized for 6-10 guests. Yum!
  • Sit in the king chair and drink Gin like your Rick James bitch.
  • Get the Gimlet. That wallpaper is the funky stuff.
  • "The Olivetto" was voted Best Contemporary Cocktail by City Pages in 2012! This drink is not just a cheeky name. Created by Pip Hanson, it has been described as "drinking a cloud." Try it for yourself
  • They have awesome, original cocktails!
  • Something magical - probably in the ice :)
  • Voted best Martini! Pip Hanson, and his team of mavericks hand chip the ice used in their martinis before stirring or shaking them to the perfect temperature.
  • Try the olivetto. Tastes like lemon pie.
  • Try the douce-douce!
  • Order The Oakenshield. The flavor is out of this world, not to mention its name is full of royal beardy goodness.
  • Like Manhattans? Try a Deuce Deuce. Bitter and amazing.
  • Double Double and Oliveto, por favor!
  • The Olivetto" was voted Best Contemporary Cocktail by City Pages in 2012! This drink is not just a cheeky name. Created by Pip Hanson, it has been described as "drinking a cloud." Try it for yourself
  • I figured out how to get here!!
  • Ask for Keith... He's awesome!!!
  • Go there on a week night. Get served by Pip. Try the Olivetti & the Deuce Deuce.
  • Try their take on the Martini. From a recipe concocted in 1904. Heavy on the vermouth (fresh), with a touch of citrus. Very well done.
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