The Living Room
825 Marquette Ave S
Step 1) warm up by the fireplace in the Living Room. Step 2) take the elevator up to Prohibition on the 27th floor for a unforgettable view and an almost equally warming handmade cocktail. Step 3) repeat Step 2.
Krona Bar & Grill
618 2nd Ave S
Another hotel bar that will warm your heart… or feet, or whatever... not least because in addition to a fully functional fireplace, they've got some sweet $5 happy hour eats.
903 Washington Ave S
A perfect pre-Guthrie dining spot with exposed brick that only helps to enhance the restaurant's warm (no doubt thanks the freakin' fire!) atmosphere.
1110 Nicollet Mall
It's best known for its patio and lawn bowling, but is named for a group of people who know something about terrible weather, so, while there's a fire to keep your outsides warm, they're also serving old school insides-warming classics like bangers and mash.
The Oak Grill
700 Nicollet Mall
Word has it that the fireplace here was moved all the way from Salisbury, England. And that it's been used for over 300 years… which is about how old this wood-paneled/ leather-appointed hangout feels, and is about how long it'll be till you get warm without help from some sort of combustion.
923 Washington Ave N
Patio? Check. Dancing? Check. And of course, that coveted fireplace? Check. In fact, there's so much going on at Club Jäger in one particular category, but you'll just have to give it a...ugh, shot!
900 Washington Ave S
The lobby of the Aloft hotel offers a more contemporary take on fireside drinking, and thanks to sleek modern furniture, neon colors, etc., is a cool place for the Downtown crowd to get warm.
Butcher & The Boar
1121 Hennepin Ave
This deceptively large neighborhood noshery is a go-to for badass wood-fired meat, and boasts a (presumably wood-fired) fireplace, which if nothing else, you can huddle by while scarfing their signature Coke and Bourbon float.
80 S 9th St
In addition to one of the Cities' best brunch menus, this place has a whole Fireplace Dining Room, so called because of its enormous hearth.