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Psycho Suzi's CLOSED

1900 Marshall Street NE Minneapolis, MN 55418
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Psycho Suzi's is a popular restaurant located in Northeast Minneapolis, Minnesota. With its kitschy decor and tropical vibe, it's the perfect spot to escape the cold and enjoy a delicious meal. The restaurant's name is a nod to the iconic character from the "Twin Peaks" television show, and the decor inside definitely lives up to the namesake. Brightly-colored murals, tiki torches, and kitschy knick-knacks are just a few of the fun touches that give Psycho Suzi's its unique atmosphere. But don't let the quirky decor fool you – the food at Psycho Suzi's is no joke. The menu features a wide range of delicious options, including classic tiki drinks like the mai tai and the piña colada, as well as tasty dishes like jerk chicken and coconut shrimp. One of the standout dishes at Psycho Suzi's is the Motor-Boat, a massive platter of pulled pork, bacon, and sausage served with a side of fries. It's the perfect meal to share with a group of friends, and it's sure to satisfy even the heartiest of appetites. In addition to its delicious food, Psycho Suzi's is also known for its impressive selection of craft cocktails. The bartenders are skilled mixologists who can whip up just about any cocktail you can imagine. And with live music on the weekends and a spacious outdoor patio, Psycho Suzi's is the perfect spot to unwind and enjoy a night out. Whether you're a local looking for a fun and unique dining experience, or a visitor to Minneapolis looking for a taste of the city's vibrant culture, be sure to check out Psycho Suzi's. With its tasty food, creative cocktails, and kitschy atmosphere, it's a restaurant that's sure to delight.

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Reviews (13)

  • Posted by FlashBack September 2014

    The Suzie Burger is fantastic! The Plymouth Prowler Sandwich is equally as good...Great appetizers and drinks! We ordered a pretty 'tame' pizza and it was very time we'll have to try one of their specialty pizzas.

  • Posted by cpekuri August 2013

    Very fun place to visit. We had the Blue Bacon Kitchen Chips and the Thailand Island Pizza. Both were fantastic. I would definitely recommend visiting.

  • Posted by T.K. Beatty July 2012

    Doing the MN Triple D Tour!! This was a great stop!!! Excellent Deck on The Mississippi and the food!! Pizza The Barbie Q, beer battered asparagus and cheese curds! Tasteeeee!!

  • Posted by Dustin December 2011

    One of my favorites in Minneapolis. Was one of the first Triple D locations I tried. I've been there 3 times now. And would like to visit everytime I'm in the Cities. First time went there was in the last weeks of the old location. So glad I got to see the old place. Next time we were at the new place, but was a little chilly yet to sit out on the deck. And last time went with my future brother in-law and just had some beers and apps on the deck and people watched. Was a lot of fun. Love the apps and pizzas. Can't wait to try some more.

  • Posted by Anonymous December 2011

    i love the atmosphere and setting. it's a unique kind of joint, have been there a couple times now. i loved the beer battered asparagus that was fantastic. the pizza was great and a friend had a burger that they really liked.

  • Posted by Cory March 2011

    Went to Suzi's this week while in town for business.  I had gone last June 2010 and loved it so I thought I'd try it again.  This is a new building a little south of old place, but on the Missiissippi River side.  Very cool Tiki feel still and comfortable seating.  They just opened a 400-seat outdoor deck on the river, which will be great for spring and summer.  Not so good when temps were still in the 30s. Cheese Curds were awesome, as usual!  The Pontiac (spicy BBQ pulled pork sandwich) was good, not great, but probably because I forgot to ask for no coleslaw on the sandwich.   Next time, I'll do one of the pizzas.  I highly recommend Psycho Suzi's if for nothing else than the experience.  PS - I happened to be sitting next to the owner at the bar.  She was very quiet and just hanging out.  The tattoos peeked out from under her sleeves.  Pretty cool!

  • Posted by geoff September 2010

    Ate here last night. Food was good, the drinks were better. We got there about 5:00 so it was not busy at all. Four wait staff stood around talking while we waited for service. About 15 minutes. We finally asked if maybe we could get served too. Other people got service all around us. We finally got our drinks and food. Our wait person never came back to see if we wanted another drink. We had to ask another wait staff for our bill. That said we would most likely go back. Any restaurant can have a bad night or hire a crappy wait person or two.

  • Posted by Military Kate August 2010

    Not really some place to go just to eat...more like a good place to meet a bunch of people to drink and eat. Pizza was delicious but not really a family environment...whilst I was there anyways.

  • Posted by Robb August 2010

    Cool place to hang out. I stopped in on my way through town, just to hit a Triple D restaurant, and got the cheese curds, which were awesome, the red rockets, also awesome, and the mexi rolls, I didn't like them at all. Everyone around me was having pizza and they looked fantsatic. I will be getting a pizza next time. Make sure you read the menu, it's hilarious!

  • Posted by Smokehouse April 2010

    Our pizza was awesome.  My wife had one of the Tiki drinks and loved it.  They have a nice beer selection too.  If I'm ever in Minneapolis again I'll go back.

  • Posted by Kimchi November 2009

    The food was ok, but not life changing. I could of had a chain store pizza that would of been just as great.

  • Posted by Popsyche July 2009

    They try really hard in here! I expected a more relaxed crowd and was surprised at the yuppy quotient. I sat at the bar, where barguys Zack and Bryan took good care of me while making those Tiki drinks with multiple bottles in each hand just dumpning in the liquor. I had the red rockets, which weren't that inspiring and the Pontiac sandwich, which was WAY bigger than I thought it would be, and spicy, too. Very good! They have a giant booze selection, and decent beers with Bell's 2 hearted on tap, and of course, 16oz PBRs. I would recommend it and would go back.

  • Posted by Rico January 2009

    Go for the Tiki drinks and make sure you have a driver O:-) , make sure you hit the back deck if the weather is nice and the food is not bad.

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