Cuzzy's Bar and Grill

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In 1890, this building was a brothel where a young girl named Betsy worked as an entertainer, with her true love being a soldier at war. He promised to take her away, but she was murdered before this happened. Today, it is a bar in the Minneapolis warehouse district, minus the second story where Betsy was killed. The bar owner reports mysterious occurrences such as glasses tipping over.

(Submitted by Jen)

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507 Washington Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55401
United States

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44.986068, -93.27538700000002
Hennepin County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Minneapolis, MN (0.7 mi.)
Lauderdale, MN (3.5 mi.)
Saint Anthony, MN (3.7 mi.)
Columbia Heights, MN (3.8 mi.)
Golden Valley, MN (4.0 mi.)
Saint Louis Park, MN (4.4 mi.)
Robbinsdale, MN (4.4 mi.)
Hilltop, MN (4.8 mi.)
Crystal, MN (5.3 mi.)
Falcon Heights, MN (5.3 mi.)

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  1. I recently went with my wife and another couple after a running invite. I knew about the history after reading the back paper of the menu. Everything was normal until about 30 minutes into the meal when a waitress went down the stairs for a few minutes but left the door open. Our table was right next to the down stairs door when I witnessed a shadow coming of the wall. No bigger, never thought to much about it. A few minutes later out of no where, I said to my self, she’s up here. I never told my wife until I got home and much later in the night. Why would that thought just come out of no where. Nothing out of the ordinary occured up in the restaurant but I just find it very odd.

  2. that was wonderful.i never noticed any mispelling i was so into reading what you posted !!! this is wild but i love it.its real for sure

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