Support the Open Streets Lyndale Corridor

In response to the emerging COVID-19 pandemic earlier this spring, we decided to reschedule Open Streets Lyndale from the original date in June to October. At the time, our hope was we may be able to hold Open Streets Lyndale later in the fall. As we all know, that unfortunately was not the case. You can learn more about how we came to this decision here

Open Streets Minneapolis events do more than close streets to cars. Each event connects people to local businesses, community resources, and each other. While we are unable to come together to celebrate Open Streets Lyndale this year, we can still support those local businesses and community organizations that help make Open Streets Lyndale so fun and unique.

Check out the list below to learn just a few ways you can support Lyndale Ave S any day of the year. Have another suggestion? Let us know on social media or in the comments!

A brass band playing in the street at Open Streets Lyndale

Support a community organization

Kenny Neighborhood Association
The Kenny Neighborhood Association works to encourage and support community involvement in the Kenny neighborhood. See what they’re working on and how to get involved on their website.

LynLake Business Association
Support the LynLake Business Associations' Lyn-Lake Region Business Recovery Fund to help local, small businesses rebuild in our community. Support is concentrated on locally-owned businesses west of 35W, with an emphasis on POC and immigrant owned businesses. Learn more about how to support these efforts on their website.

Lynnhurst Neighborhood Association
The Lynnhurst Neighborhood Association works to promote community unity to preserve and improve the fine quality of life in Lynnhurst Neighborhood. You can learn more about their work and how to get involved on their website.

Tangletown Neighborhood Association
The Tangletown Neighborhood Association exists to enhance the quality of life for those who live, work, or play in Tangletown through advocacy, community engagement, and neighborhood initiatives. Learn more about what they do and how you can get involved on their website.

An adult and two children using chalk to make an art crosswalk at Open Streets Lyndale

Support a local business

36 Lyn Refuel Station
| 3551 Lyndale Ave S
36 Lyn Refuel Station is an independently owned, community-focused refueling station proudly carrying locally-made goods. They are dedicated to the betterment of their community and support local community organization and events, including Open Streets Lyndale. Find out more about what they offer on their website.

Twin Town Guitars | 3400 Lyndale Ave S
Twin Town Guitars buys, sells, trades and repairs musical instruments and offers private music lessons, all with COVID safety precautions in place. Find more information or shop online on their website.

The Wedge Community Co-op | 2105 Lyndale Ave S
The community-owned Wedge Co-op connects people to local growers, suppliers, farmers and producers with health, sustainability, ethics and community in mind. Stop by daily for fresh, local produce and all your grocery needs. Find out more on their website.

A person takes a selfie in the middle of a large crowd at Open Streets Lyndale

Support a local restaurant

Common Roots Cafe
| 2558 Lyndale Ave S
Common Roots serves hand-crafted food made with the best local and organic ingredients available. Curbside pickup, reservation patio dining and pre-ordered delivery available. See menus and find out more on their website.

The Lynhall | 2640 Lyndale Ave S
The Lynhall is a market-inspired restaurant, bakery, event space and kitchen studio. Now open for dine-in, takeout, and delivery. Find out more on their website.

Up-Down Minneapolis | 3012 Lyndale Ave S
Up-Down Minneapolis features more than 50 arcade games from the ‘80s and ‘90s, pinball machines, four classic skee-ball alleys, Nintendo 64 console gaming, life-size Jenga and Connect Four. Check out their menus and read about their COVID-19 safety precautions on their website.

World Street Kitchen | 2743 Lyndale Ave S
World Street Kitchen = concrete and marquee lights, a buzzing open kitchen and gleaming steel, street foods from around the globe and a slice of Uptown. Online ordering, curbside pickup, and delivery available. See more on their website.


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