Minneapolis' newest attraction is a parking lot puddle dubbed "Lake Chipotle"
Move over, Bde Maka Ska. South Minneapolis has a new waterfront spot right on Hennepin Avenue: "Lake Chipotle."
- The Chipotle parking lot floods so often that for a brief time on Thursday, it was listed as a tourist attraction on Google Maps (and boasted over 100 five-star reviews).
What they're saying: "Great Lake! My family loves it! I caught a 20-inch walleye there last week," one visitor raved.
Of note: Multiple calls to the Hennepin Avenue Chipotle went unanswered.
Thought bubble: As a neighbor of "Lake Chipotle," I've seen many cars try and make it through. It rarely ends well.
- Tip: Look for the orange cone before crossing. If you can't see it, that means the lake is at least 2 feet deep.
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