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Missing psycho suzis already from diners drive-ins and dives

this place has closed it was located in NE mpls minnesota and was an early diners drive-ins and dives when guy fieri was just starting the show it changed a lot and was amazing we are going to miss this place with so much character
Missing psycho suzis already from diners drive-ins and dives

Missing psycho suzis already from diners drive-ins and dives

psycho suzis in NE mpls, minnesota has recently closed and because Jennifer & I are from here we have a fondness for the place. when other diners, drive-ins and dives folks would visit us we would always recommend psycho suzi's since it was one of our favorite places. it was located right next to the river and in the summer with the torches going on and amazing pizza and tiki drinks, sitting on the patio was super relaxing and fun with friends.

the owner we hear is pretty excentric and entreprenuerla so it started way back when in a different place altogether and then when the old Gabbys shut down there was a time when nobody wanted the place they ended up moving to but it didn't work out or it worked out long enough and then she closed it down, we will miss this place dearly but we look forward to seeing what shows up there next.

this place has closed it was located in NE mpls minnesota and was an early diners drive-ins and dives when guy fieri was just starting the show it changed a lot and was amazing we are going to miss this place with so much character

let me share a few more details about our old place, it was a kitschy tiki bar and pizza joint in Northeast Minneapolis, closed its doors for good on August 19, 2023, after 20 years in business. The bar's owner, Leslie Bock, announced her retirement in a Facebook post, saying that "all good things must come to an end."

Psycho Suzi's was a unique and beloved institution in the Twin Cities. It was known for its over-the-top d├ęcor, delicious tropical drinks, and friendly staff. The bar was also a popular spot for special occasions, such as birthday parties, holiday gatherings, and corporate events.

I would say that many other people have fond memories of Psycho Suzi's. They remember sipping scorpion bowls and mai tais while surrounded by jungle murals and plastic palm trees. They remember dancing to live music on the weekends and enjoying pizza made with fresh, local ingredients. Most of all, they remember the sense of community that Psycho Suzi's fostered. It was a place where people could come together to have fun and escape the everyday world.

Here are a few specific memories that people have shared about Psycho Suzi's:

  • "I had my first scorpion bowl at Psycho Suzi's on my 21st birthday. It was the perfect way to celebrate!"
  • "I loved going to Psycho Suzi's for birthday parties. The staff was always so welcoming and the decorations were amazing."
  • "I used to go to Psycho Suzi's with my coworkers every Friday after work. It was our happy place."
  • "I proposed to my wife at Psycho Suzi's. It was the perfect setting for a special moment."

Psycho Suzi's was more than just a tiki bar. It was a place where people could come together to celebrate life and make memories. It will be missed by many.

Thank you, Psycho Suzi's, for all the good times. We will never forget you.

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