2638 Orleans Street Detroit, MI 48207 +1 313 393 0960
If you are looking for a cold beer and a great burger than look no further than Cutter's Bar and Grille. The burgers here are big and very reasonably priced, like the 16 oz. Bacon Cheddar Burger. There are also a variety of stuffed burgers that are filled with different melted cheeses. There is also a full bar that serves a variety of cocktails and a selection of beers. This is also a great place to watch a game, with its two huge televisions that are always tuned in.
1150 Griswold Street Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 965 3054
Detroit's Skybar is the perfect place to go for a casual yet elegant night out. This gorgeous basement lounge features a fine selection of martinis, cocktails, wine and beer. Pick your libation and cozy up to the bar, or perch on one of the chic leather couches. If you're hungry, order something from their tapas menu which features small plates such as Spicy Poached Shrimp, Italian Caprese Sliders or Coriander Encrusted Sea Scallops.
1555 Broadway Street Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 962 9272
This popular coffee shop within the lobby of the Madison Building is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Detroit. It is one of the few coffee shops in the area to open early, so it is frequented by business people and techies on their morning commute. In addition to coffee, they also prominently feature organic teas and a selection of pastries and snacks. If you're in the mood for something creamy and rich, be sure to try the Nutella Latte, one of their signature drinks!
1114 Washington Boulevard The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 961 2500
Renowned Chef Michael Symon brings his passion and culinary expertise to downtown Detroit with Roast. Located at the iconic Westin Book Cadillac, Roast is one of the finest steakhouses in the city. Decorated in warm hues, modern accents and plush banquettes, it presents an idyllic venue for enjoying delicious meats with friends and family on special occasions. Roast's menu focuses on superior and fresh ingredients, locally-sourced produce and authentic flavors. Highlights include the House Aged New York Strip, Beef Cheek Pierogie and Duck Breast & Leg Confit. Decadent desserts, handpicked wines and eccentric cocktails add a flourishing finish to the whole experience. Reservations are recommended.
2040 Park Avenue Detroit, MI 48201 +1 313 962 2933
Located close to Comerica Park, The Park Bar is a favorite among baseball fans for a glass of beer before or after a game. The beer selection here is legendary, specializing in local brews that are hard to find elsewhere. The bar food here is also considered among the best in the city - be sure to try the Chicken Shawarma.
2233 Park Avenue Behind the Fox Theatre, Lodent Building Detroit, MI 48201 +1 313 963 4040
Centaur Bar is a favorite place for locals to grab a quick cocktail or a bite to eat. The cocktail list here is expansive and the bartenders can make any drink you could want. The menu of tapas and small plates is filled with delicious options, such as bacon wrapped dates and mini crab cakes.
2548 Grand River Avenue Detroit, MI 48201 +1 313 965 4789
Located in Downtown Detroit, the TV Club is the perfect place to enjoy a night of dancing and drinks with friends. Great local DJs are spinning nightly, and the bartenders are all very friendly and knowledgeable. There is a roomy outdoor patio for use during the summer months.
25 East Grand River Avenue Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 961 7777
Dedicated to preserving and promoting the ancient art form of puppetry, the PuppetArt Center in downtown is the city's home of anything related to puppets. Comprising a puppet theater, a studio and a museum, this comprehensive center is the only such venue in the city, and is thus worth a visit. Among the center's venues, the theater can seat 70 and offers an intimate spectator experience, with events being organized here throughout the year; the studio is where PuppetART shares the idea and techniques of puppetry with children and adults alike, through workshops that deal with a range of puppetry-related topics; and the museum houses an extensive collection of puppets from around the world, while focusing on the history of puppetry in the city. See the website to know more.
350 Madison Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 887 8532
Nestled within the Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts, the Jazz Cafe is a dream come true for all jazz lovers. This intimate venue dedicated to jazz music invites musicians and singers from all over to perform. Every week the calender boasts off interesting and entertaining events. Apart from presenting good music, the Jazz Cafe also serves excellent food & drinks menu that includes sandwiches and salads. You can also hire this venue for private events and celebrations. Call for details.
2030 Park Avenue Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 961 2543
This bar and restaurant is the perfect place to grab a cocktail while in Detroit. Specializing in classic cocktails, the bar here serves up classics like the Detroit Dirty Martini and The Commodore, made with rum and ginger beer. There is also a wide variety of craft beers served at this stylish bar.
Developer Chuck Forbes meticulously restored this 450 seat, 1926 vintage
theater in the early 1990s, recreating its intricate proscenium panels and original carpeting. The theater, a part of the Century Club building, has a long and checkered history. The ...
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