Join the Lake Street Council at our 2015 Annual Meeting. Tickets now on sale! Consider incorporating an artist-designed element into your facade or property. Lake Street Council Partner Spotlight: MIGIZI Communications A little Uptown impromptu from a local dance artist Community and puppets on parade during May Day Gustavo Lira's stunning Mosaic at 27th Avenue and Minnehaha

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Become a Lake Street Council Partner Today!

The Lake Street Council invites any business, community organization, commercial property owner, foundation, or interested party to become a partner! Read why becoming a Lake Street Council is so valuable to your business or organization.

Joining Lake Street Council is easier than ever! Parternship rates start at just $150/year!

Become a Lake Street Council Partner Today!

Art Facade Improvements

Lake Street Council (LSC) has been awarded funds from the McKnight Foundation for artist designed facade improvements.

These improvements are intended to create a place that is both distinctive and inviting. Our hope is for Lake Street to be a place where common building elements like columns, stone, metal, and light, become uncommon artistic elements.

Learn more about these Art Facade Grants here.

Museum

in the Streets

Lake Street features three bilingual heritage-discovery walks for the benefit of Lake Street communities and visitors. Learn more about these free walking tours and how Lake Street Council made them happen.

Le Town Talk
Business:
Le Town Talk
Location:
East Lake

Part diner, serving French inspired comfort food whose taste and flavor infused the childhood home of owner and Marseille native Emilie Cellai, and part bar, serving a menu of signature international and sparkling wine cocktails mixed up by Julien Masson of Intercontinental, Hotel Dieu in Marseille, Le Town Talk is a first in the Twin Cities–a working class French bar and restaurant.