After being forced to move from their old West Bank location, Bedlam took about four years to finally find a new space in Lowertown, and the grand opening celebration happened last May. The question during that purgatory period was whether Bedlam could return to its reign as the most fun Twin Cities hotspot, previously hosting theater performances, social opportunities, dance parties, and live music. The answer is a resounding yes. The new Bedlam is a little cleaner, to be sure, but that's no reason not to love it. The Romps are back and better than ever, with plenty of food, dancing, and entertainment, plus there's always some pleasant debauchery happening. In short, Bedlam Lowertown has regained its status as one of the best places to close down the house.