3011 West Grand Boulevard Detroit, MI 48202 +1 313 556 9993
The Detroit downtown area has been a club zone and attracted many night-goers, but with the addition of South Beach the air has become even hotter. A place to make your evenings memorable, this trendy lounge offers a chance to dance, party and drink. Various parties and events, some suitable only for the 18 and above, make it a must visit place. Opens daily.
2281 West Fort Street Detroit, MI 48216 +1 313 964 1000
A popular nightclub Blondie's is creating waves on the music scene in Detroit. Its re-opening welcomed by the people, offers a chance to shake a leg and chill out. Although most events are open to all, some days are reserved especially for the 18 and above crowd. Come and be ready for some glass shattering rock, modern rock, alternative, metal, classic rock and stuff.
The cozy City Theatre located in the Foxtown neighborhood has the feel of a Broadway house. The 430-seat theater is apt for hosting shows, comedy plays and concerts. The venue is owned and managed by Olympia Entertainment and opened in mid 2004. Theater seats can be easily booked online through various sites. Some of the most famous names in entertainment have performed at this theater.
One Washington Boulevard Cobo Conference Center Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 877 7846
The transparent glass doors to the Vu do not hide a single bit of what its splendid ambiance has to offer. Pick a couch amidst a table or a bar stool to get into the mix of things. Located at the Cobo Conference Center, the setting is such that it encapsulates a restaurant, café and bar into one. The menu has modest selection of American and Mexican favourites. Nachos for starters, salads to savour while awaiting for your burger or sandwich. Desserts include chocolate mousse and cheesecake. A variety of domestic and international beers are available to drown your meal in. Soda and Coffee are on offer as beverages for the non-alcoholics.
151 West Fort Street Detroit, MI 48226 +1 866 666 6222
When it comes to celebrations, one of the premier names that comes to mind in Detroit is the Vault. The popular nightclub has played host to A-list celebrity (Motley Crue's Tommy Lee being one of many) parties over the years where even a few locals get a chance to share the media limelight. Dance floors, alcohol, live music, the entire catalogue of things needed to have a great nightout for a party animal is available. The list of recommendations for this Downtown club is countless. Do not lose the key to his Vault.
2739 Russell Street Detroit, MI 48207 +1 313 393 3233
Bert's Warehouse Theatre is an eclectic event space that can change to suit your event requirements. It can accommodate a crowd of up to 3000. It is equipped with a large concert stage, programmable light, various types of sound systems and a six screen projection system. So you see, whatever your requirement, it will be taken care of at Bert's.
431 East Congress Street Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 961 6923
Shelter, which is under Saint Andrews Hall, is a live music performance venue. This venue is in a basement cellar and hosts concerts of relatively smaller size. Every week of the night you will get a taste of the up-and-coming bands in town. On nights where there is no live music you can listen to alternative rock and punk. Some of the city's most famous bands started performing in this basement venue.
111 Cadillac Square Detroit, MI 48226 +1 313 961 9988
This could be your first stop for the day, for quick grub to kick start your day. Mowtown Cafe & Grill offers early risers omelets served with hashbrowns or grits and toast & jelly. There are omelets filled with every imaginable flavor combination. Mario's omelet is a huge filler, with ham, bacon, sausage, onion, hashbrowns & cheese, topped with sausage gravy. The sandwiches, French toast, and waffles are all fresh and delicious. On the dinner menu there are some fish varieties, barbecue combos and mouth watering Italian fare. So hop in and have a feast.
100 West Montcalm Behind the Fox Theater Detroit, MI 48201 +1 313 961 1929
Catch up with old friends at weekends, meet new acquaintances after work or even discuss the latest play you saw at the Fox Theatre with fellow play buffs at the modest Town Pump Tavern. Providing a select offering of American starters, salads, soups and main-course dishes along with a range of over twenty drinks to choose from, it provides the ideal excuse to relax after a hard day's work. Live music and a wide screen TV add to the experience, providing another excuse for a visit. A place that pumps (pun intended) some life into the monotony of daily routine.
289 Saint Aubin Street Detroit, MI 48207 +1 313 392 9300
Occupying the place vacated by the first licensed bar in Detroit-the Woodbridge Tavern-Stinky Rose Restaurant and Martini Bar opened its gates in 2005. Featuring in-house DJs mixing some forgotten tunes to feel nostalgic about and subsequently groove to, the restaurant also has some fine drinks to go with the American grub. Be it snowy Detroit winters or pleasant summers, the ragged restaurant seems one which initially draws scepticism while entering. Regrets will be none when one leaves, as the food, drinks and music make up for it.
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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