Cedar-Riverside‘s history is nearly as old as Minneapolis itself, culminating today in a neighborhood that continues a long tradition of ethnic and cultural diversity by boasting the largest community of immigrants in the Twin Cities. The Cedar Riverside neighborhood is also known locally as “the West Bank” due to its location on the river. Cedar Riverside is filled with numerous venues offering entertainments to residents and visitors alike, ranging from comedy shows to music and dance. As might be expected, Cedar Riverside has a great choice of ethnic restaurants, traditional pubs and sidewalk cafés. There are an equally diverse blend of stores and businesses in the West End.
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