Watching the Game in the Minneapolis Area
Posted 18 September 2006 - 11:37 AM
Posted 18 September 2006 - 11:38 AM
Posted 24 July 2007 - 03:00 PM
Minneapolis or burbs, St. Paul if I have to
any info would be great!
Posted 28 July 2007 - 11:38 AM
Min-Kota Alumni Chapter
Tailgators Sports Cafe 1322 Main Avenue Fargo, ND 701-293-2091
Minnesotans for Nebraska
Joe Senser's Bar 494 & France Ave. Bloomington
Southeastern Minnesotans for Nebraska
McMurphy's Sports Cafe 1201 Eastgate Dr. S.E. Rochester
skersfan - "So refreshing, a guy (Mike Riley) that actually wants to be Nebraska's head coach. Changed his comfy lifetime contract, to seek and conquer a goal, milestone. Not looking for the next door to open, wants to be our coach, your coach and my coach. This alone is going to change the culture here. He gets it, wants it, embraces the challenge and anyone listening to him, has to want it for him."
Posted 04 May 2009 - 07:15 PM
Posted 06 October 2009 - 07:27 PM
I am gonna be up in Minneapolis for the Vikings vs. Bears game and I want to watch the game... anyone know of any Husker Bars up there? I guess if not I'll have ot rely on my Sirius radio.
Okay I just noticed this thread is three years old, but I'm going to reply anyway because I just signed up! In case anyone is wondering, I guess:
JOE SENSORS in Bloomington. No question about it. It's listed in the Watchsites list above, but the listing barely does it justice.
On Husker game day, the place is FULL of Husker fans. Every other TV in the place is tuned to the Husker game. They play the audio for the Husker game. If 200 people can fit in the place, 190 of them are Husker fans. 10 of them are left wondering what state they are in.
I've been there twice - both times I arrived an hour or so before the game and barely got a seat. One game (Iowa St last year) there was a group of band alumni who played songs during the commercials and halftime.
It is like teleporting to Lincoln on gameday and is very fun. High-fiving strangers after touchdowns, chanting "HUSKER POWER" before the game starts, etc. The food is decent, as well, but you don't necessarily go there for the food.
There are four Joe Sensor's bars in the Metro - I've only been to the one in Bloomington. Oh, and the two times I've gone there, I've driven an hour and a half to get there and it was still worth it.
Any questions about the joint PM me or reply to the thread!
Posted 23 December 2009 - 08:24 PM
Sounds like Bloomington is the place to be to watch a bowl game?? (I don't own a tv and my buddy has a small apartment with a dog that will freak out on me). Should we get there early or will seating not be a problem as the game is nationally televised?
Anyone who's a regular there or if anyone has other suggestions, let me know.
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