Old Miami boasts a cozy ambiance, lots of good music and an eclectic crowd. Short for "Missing In Action Michigan," this unique dive bar is frequented by students and bikers alike. Sip on a cool concoction while you enjoy the upbeat music. Take a breather from the action in the cozy lounge area as you indulge in people-watching. Their impressive array of live acts and music performances will take your breath away. Pool tables are scattered all around the place to keep you entertained through and through. The back patio delights with its intimate setting, perfect for summer gigs. Frequent parties, themed events and special acts are designed to tempt and tantalize the senses.
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 the Walkerville neighborhood of Windsor, Level 3 is a high-end nightclub known for their theme parties that they throw on weekends. The decor is upscale featuring dim lights, a large elevated dance floor, and well-positioned lounge areas. The club calls in some of the city's best DJs to perform for dance and after parties, playing original dance numbers at varying tempos. Sip on some of the specialty vodkas from the bar and dance your night away to the music.
This fun local hangout is a great place to spend your night. The crowd is lively, especially on Wednesdays through Saturdays, when On the Rocks features karaoke and DJs. The place exudes a fun vibe, while the paper lanterns strewn across the ceilings provide a nice touch. In addition to a full bar, On the Rocks also serves food, mainly of the standard pub variety, but it is tasty nonetheless!
The oldest dive bar in Detroit began in 1876 and is still going strong. 2 Way Inn's ambiance is very fun and casual - the food and drinks served are great for the price they charge. There is also a charming jukebox that plays requested numbers. A great way to start your weekend, 2 Way Inn makes for a delightful time.
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.
Located in Downtown Detroit, The Whisky Parlor calls out to every whisky aficionado and scotch lover out there to sample some of their finest collections of the amber spirit. What's more, this historical parlor thinks ahead and offers divine shared plates to complement your whiskey palate. All this, while you listen to classic vinyl records that take you back to another era, or while listening to local Jazz bands that are as smooth as the scotch in your glass.
Craft whiskey is what Cornerstone is known for among locals who dine and drink in downtown Detroit. But a great selection of whiskey is not the only reason people visit, the menu of American soups, salads, sandwiches and specialties is reason to visit without even ordering a dram of whiskey to accompany your meal. Of course, if you do come for the whiskey, the selection of bourbon, rye, scotch or Canadian in addition to many other small-batch bottles will definitely impress you.