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A local favorite since 1975, Old Shillelagh acts as a pub, bar, and nightclub on various days throughout the week. This is one of the most liveliest spots in the city and is always bustling with a young crowd. Dance the night away as the DJ spins your favorite number or tap your feet to the live music performances by some of the best artists in the city; these and other interesting events held throughout the week keep the guests entertained. In case you feel hungry after all the dancing, you can devour burgers, sandwiches, appetizers or other offerings on their menu. All in all, you are sure to have a gala time here.
The Leland City Club is an industrial and goth themed bar that is locally famous. International DJs spin dark tunes for the dancers to enjoy. After hours, the space turns into a full bar. Crowd-watching is part of the fun here, as most patrons dress up for their night out.
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 warm summer months. This is a neighborhood hangout that is the perfect place to get a little local flavor.
The Northern Lights Lounge is a neighborhood bar that has an inviting, laid-back atmosphere. The bartenders here can mix up a wide variety of drinks, and a selection of favorite bar food like burgers and fries is available. There are often DJs here, and they even take requests! There is also a dance floor that is where the party is at. Occasionally a live jazz band will play as well.
Menjo's Complex boasts that they have served everyone since opening in 1973, and that continues to this day. Voted Detroit's best LGBT bar, Menjo's has a full bar that features bartenders who can mix customers a great cocktail. There is an enclosed outdoor patio, as well as a large dance floor where patrons can dance the night away. Each day here has a special theme, and there is a happy hour served every day.
The adage "Don't judge a book by its cover" can be applied to Baker's Keyboard Lounge, which looks like a hole in the wall establishment but is one of the oldest jazz clubs in the United States. So if you're a jazz fan, this is the club to visit when you want to watch jazz locals mix it up. Another fun feature here is the piano key painted bar, where locals spend many a night listening to their favorite tunes. If you are longing for a bite to eat while you enjoy the music, Baker's has a wide menu with some no-nonsense favorites sure to please.