The charming village of Linden Hills is just a stone’s throw away from Lake Harriet and walking distance from Lake Calhoun; a quiet pocket tucked into a bustling city. Its name is derived from the Linden trees that line the curved, quiet streets.
The neighborhood is a mix of historic Minneapolis and modern sensibilities. When the weather is nice, the only remaining trolly in the Twin Cities still runs back and forth along its Como-Harriet line. Even when the weather turns chilly, there is plenty to discover in this delightful part of town. In between chasing the pet chicken at Wild Rumpus books, catching a quick workout at Kata or taking a self-guided house tour of the area, there are plenty of delicious things to eat. Whether you're looking for locally sourced meats to prepare on your own or take in a quiet meal at one of the buzziest restaurants in the metro area, Linden Hills an inviting destination.Read More