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Minneapolis’s North Loop Is Filled With Cutting-Edge Design

City views from Hewing Hotel’s rooftop pool. PHOTO: COURTESY OF HEWING HOTEL

The North Loop neighborhood, the Midwestern city’s former warehouse district, is replete with boutique hotels, chic cafes and independent shops. A local’s guide

The Bachelor Farmer Blending foraged ingredients with expert technique, this dining spot serves dishes like shaved-pork pastrami and pickled strawberries.

D.Nolo This designer collective offers modern classics such as Pas de Calais coats and Jonathan Simkhai dresses.

Hewing Hotel A century-old warehouse is now a 124-room hotel showcasing Minnesota-modern design, including a cedar sauna.

The Lab Theater Experimental performance, from opera to burlesque to flamenco, is the focus at this intimate space.

MartinPatrick3 This men’s emporium also offers interior design services—which explains the mix of Ligne Roset sofas, Billy Reid tweeds and M.Cohen

A selection of menswear at MartinPatrick3. PHOTO: SPACECRAFTING

Marvel Bar Tucked below the Bachelor Farmer, this speakeasy serves craft cocktails alongside its signature snack, Cheetos.

The Oliveto, a cocktail at Marvel Bar. PHOTO: COURTESY OF MARVEL BAR

Parc Gap alum Thao Nguyen stocks Canadian jewelry, French barrettes and Spanish shoes at her tightly curated women’s boutique.

The wares at women’s fashion boutique Parc. PHOTO: WING HO/CANARY GREY PHOTOGRAPHY

Russell+Hazel Pick up colorful notebooks, Swiss-made pencils and Sandqvist bags at this stationery brand’s flagship.

Stationery store Russell+Hazel. PHOTO: COURTESY OF RUSSELL+HAZEL

Spoon and Stable James Beard Award–winning chef Gavin Kaysen has turned an old stable into a destination for elevated comfort food.

A banquette at Spoon and Stable. PHOTO: BONJWING LEE

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