2124 Michigan Avenue Detroit, MI 48216 +1 313 638 2989
This wildly popular coffee shop is loved for its food almost as much as it is for its coffee. The counters are lined with rows of breakfast staples, sandwiches, pastries and other delicious sweet treats. The egg sandwich is a clear favorite, with melted cheese and a spicy kick. As expected, the pour-over coffees are excellent and strong. The space has a trendy ambiance, with exposed brick, chalkboard walls and hipster baristas.
2130 Michigan Avenue Detroit, MI 48206 +1 313 962 0123
The bartenders at Sugar House are true mixologists. They turn out sophisticated cocktails like the "Green Sky," which features Vieux Carre absinthe, Benedictine, Luxardo Maraschino, lime and a whole egg. Exposed brick walls dim lighting give the place a Prohibition-era ambiance, which is topped by a set of "house rules," the best of which perhaps that they can only accommodate as many guests as there are seats: "If you don't have a place to sit, you can't have a drink." The menu also features light fare such as a cheese plate and charcuterie board, pickled vegetables, sweets, and other bar snacks.
1055 Trumbull Avenue Detroit, MI 48216 +1 313 963 2805
This bright and casual restaurant serves up the classic flavors of France in a comfortable atmosphere. Sample delicious dishes like all kinds of sweet and savory crepes with fillings like Nutela, chocolate and banana, honey or lemon sugar and the salad section features different varieties. The rest of the menu is referred to as 'The Classics' with dishes like Quiche Lorraine, Ratatouille and assiettes (platters) of charcuterie, smoked fish and cheese. Le Petit Zinc is an ideal space to relax with friends or family, gorging on delicious French fare.
2644 Harrison Street Detroit, MI 48208 +1 313 962 4247
Established in 1902, Nancy Whiskey is one of the oldest bars in Detroit that remains in operation. It has survived a fire in 2009 and still manages to holds its own. This is a classic Irish pub that serves a wide variety of beers and cocktails. The games of local professional sports games are always on the televisions here, ensuring an enthusiastic crowd. Nancy Whiskey has a loyal clientele and welcomes one and all into its pub.
1846 Michigan Avenue Detroit, MI 48216 +1 313 961 1742
Groove to the tunes of live rock concerts or dance to the rhythm of disco. For a night out, it's a perfect hang out. The patio offers space for party-goers to groove to the music. Drinks are served completing the bar scene and adding to the mood of the night.
1254 Michigan Avenue Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 961 4668
Lager House is located in the middle of Corktown and has maintained its old world charm with some modern changes. The place is cozy and inviting. The bar hosts live concerts from prominent local and national acts. The varied genres of music available attract a large crowd that always has a great time!
2901 Grand River Avenue Detroit, MI 48201 +1 866 752 9622
Have you visited a gambling palace? If not, then MotorCity Casino is the place to be. With over 68,000 square feet (6,317.406 square meters) of slot machines, video poker and gaming tables, your sure to have a lot of fun and entertainment. You can also enjoy the best buffet in town at MotorCity or try the Grand River Deli for a quick sandwich and dessert. For some home style barbecue and chicken there is MotorCity Pit stop. Great gambling and amazing food makes the place perfect to visit.
1228 Randolph Street Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 964 0776
Along with its good live Raggae, Blues and Alternative Rock music, The Well in Downtown Detroit is appreciated for its friendly service and reasonably priced menu. It caters to its customers needs and is a fun hangout session with close friends after a long tiring day. With easily accessible parking and such if you're in Corktown, a visit to The Well- a friendly neighborhood bar, is a must.
1384 Michigan Avenue Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 965 3180
Right next to the old Tiger Stadium, Nemo's is probably the most popular sports bar in Detroit especially cherished by the Tigers and the Red Wing fans. Beer, cheesy fish, chicken or vegetable burgers with lots of fries works perfectly well with the baseball fans. Historic in the sports scene, the walls are decorated with newspaper clippings and pictures of Detroit's baseball victories through the years. Sports Illustrated named it the third best sports bar in the country in 2007 and although small and crowded, the atmosphere of warmth and enthusiasm make it one of a kind.
1903 West Michigan Avenue Kalamazoo, MI 49008 +1 269 387 2300
With a seating capacity of 3,497, the Miller Auditorium is the fourth-largest auditorium in Michigan. It plays host to several kinds of performances. A Western Michigan University student organization known as the Campus Activities Board (CAB) brings in several performances. It is also known for the numerous broadway musicals which are regulars on its event list. For more details, please check the website.
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