Minneapolis is home to many great inventions, including water skis, Tonka trucks, and Zubaz pants. But the Jucy Lucy, a burger with melted cheese inside the patty, is definitely our favorite. Matt’s Bar in Powderhorn Park, one of the two spots credited with creating the famous burger, hasn’t changed in half a century and that’s very much on purpose. Take a seat in a booth, order a beer, and enjoy your molten cheese-filled burger, all while wearing your favorite pair of Zubaz pants.
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