Bike commuters dodging Segway-zooming tourists. Stroller-pushing moms weaving between the seasonally sunning skyway crowd. A whole lotta doggies. Financed by railroad tycoon James J. Hill in 1883, the Stone Arch Bridge still carries a fascinating stream of humanity between downtown and St. Anthony Main. Ambling elderly couples, sweaty first dates, at least one awkwardly staged engagement photo shoot—it’s all visible atop the 2,100-foot path across the Mississippi River. The iconic bridge screams Minneapolis, and there’s no better place to drink in the city’s scenic multitudes than from its limestone and granite arches.