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"Abars is one of the last original roadhouses, dating back to the days of prohibition. We offer a limited menu featuring burgers, wings and a clubhouse. Our huge deck offers the best view down the Detroit river. Mondays $2 burgers, Tuesdays Free Pool, Wednesdays 2-4-1 Wings, Thursdays $2.50 Well Drinks and Bottled Beer, Fridays DJ Clean, Saturdays Live Music. We have something for everyone. Halibut and Fries every Friday!"
"Relaxed mood, great neighborhood bar."
"The atmosphere at Charlies Too is very frindly. Our walls are decorated with a wide aray of Harley Davidson gas tanks. We have a killer bike night on Thursdays during the summer. A great time any night of the week!"
Bar and grill, great food, big TVs.
"The Comet bar is one of the best neighborhood bars in Detroit. In the summer months we have an outside tiki bar where you can enjoy horse shoes or volley ball. We are located within walking distance to Comerica Park, Ford Field and many other downtown attractions. So come on in and enjoy the game or just relax and have a drink. This small, dark bar is a great place to bump elbows with the folks who keep Detroit's Cass Corridor neighborhood filled with tales to tell."
Burly Eastern Market butchers chow down at this joint when they finish work. Big burgers, daily specials, stuffed chicken breasts, baby back ribs, whitefish and smelt.
Meat's the word.
"Your basic dive bar, a great place to hang out with friends. The jukebox plays everything from Hank Williams to the Sex Pistols. That's probably why it was voted 'Best Jukebox' five years in a row in our very own 'Best of Detroit.'
Serving up breakfast till noon on weekdays and till 3 on weekends,
Honest John's is sure to keep you going, with Bloody Marys and Ghetto
Blaster Ale and a full bar at any time of day. As many as 30 to 40
people can sit outside, complete with Waspinators to keep your eating
adventure clean and fun. Note: The badass jukebox plays funk and
Motown, and can be heard out on the patio.
"Live music Friday and Saturday. Wanna-be rock stars welcome Wednesday and Thursday it's karaoke time! Real rock stars, Tuesday night at open jam. No matter what day of the week, Jimmy's has THE BEST burgers in Detroit."
A quintessential neighborhood dive, a shockingly multicultural establishment and a vehicle for fun, Jumbo's Bar is a staple of Detroit culture, a place where the beers and the truth are served cold and straightforward, or, something like that. Stop in and see!
Though it's a quiet old-man bar on most days, the spill-over crowd from Slows Bar BQ and the pre-party crowd from nearby dance shindigs makes it a memorable stop for bar-crawlers in the know.
The New Dodge Lounge, a Hamtramck live music destination features local and National acts in the rock and roll, indie, alt. country and punk rock genres. Combining blue collar grit with the grace and allure of an elegant theatre of yesteryear, the New Dodge offers a great selection of domestic, imported and craft brews and a tasty menu of classic bar fare.
Dj-Karaoke ever Thursday at 8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday at 9 p.m. Also, shuffleboard, darts, bowling, 2 pool tables, Keno, and brass pole and bikini dancer on Thursday nights. A fun place to party.
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Showcasing matchups between many of the best up-and-coming mixed martial artists.
Ann Arbor native Laith Al-Saaidi is 34 now, and he’s already toured the globe with his band Blue Vinyl. Shit, by 18, he had opened for Buddy Guy, Luther Allison, Son Seals and Taj Mahal. Not a bad résumé. Some call him a singer-songwriter, others a blues dude, and both of those things are true. He’s also a hardworking motherfucker, and it is his tireless work ethic, along with some killer chops, that have seen him develop such a strong reputation around Ann Arbor and Detroit. He’s recently opened for BB King, Johnny Winter and the Yardbirds, adding to the impressive collection of blues legends on his bio.
Fresh from the Oscar success of Searching for Sugarman, Rodriguez will be playing in the glorious surroundings of the Masonic Temple. In fact, when you stop and think about, there’s no more fitting venue in Detroit for this man than the Masonic. Since the release of that movie, interest in Sixto Rodriguez has shot through the roof. People are hunting down his lost ’60s album Cold Fact in record stores up and down the nation. When you consider the fact that he was working as a laborer in Detroit just a decade ago, this rebirth must be most welcome.
It’s tough to figure out exactly what is going down at here, but it would appear there is a new animated movie about Jay & Silent Bob, the stoner characters played by Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes, and Smith is coming to town and introducing it. Anybody who has seen Clerks or Chasing Amy knows Smith is capable of brilliance, but the abysmal Comic Book Men TV show proves that he’s capable of the occasional lapse in judgment too (and let’s not even talk about Jersey Girl). At his best, Smith can write dialogue that rivals Tarantino, and he can talk about pop culture all night. Let’s hope he hits his stride in Royal Oak.
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Detroit, MI 48226
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