While it may seem exclusive on the surface, Edina has a mix of high-end and casual restaurants and shops that will please everyone.
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Ask a resident what they love most about living in Edina, and they’ll probably tell you the sense of community. This typically affluent southwest neighborhood gives off that small town feel, but is close enough to Minneapolis that it benefits from everything a large metropolitan area can dish out. Take a jaunt through the 50th & France business neighborhood or the Galleria for high-end fashion, beauty and dining. Or visit Centennial Lakes Park during the warmer months for a round of mini golf, paddleboating and fishing in the ponds. With turn-of-the-century, modern homes and condos, Edina has a neighborhood and style for everyone no matter their architectural taste.