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A friendly billiard hall with fussball and pool tables. A small snack bar. Open to public from 1 to 2 p.m. The cheapest table in the metro Detroit area - only $.50 per game. The tables run at $3 per hour before 7 p.m. and $5 from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m..
If drinking and gaming sounds more enticing than live music, head downstairs from the Blind Pig to the 8-Ball Saloon for a large selection of beer and liquor, as well as pool, darts and video games.
"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!"
28 pool tables and a full service bar. Ages 17+ welcome.
"Billiards, games and satellite music system."
Games, drinks, music and food. The GameWorks Grill offers a casual, relaxing atmosphere featuring a variety of entr&eactue;es and specialty items, including pastas, salads, gourmet burgers and pizzas. Also features two full-service bars with a wide variety of beer, wine and mixed drinks. Three private banquet rooms are available for parties!
"Joseph Koolisky used to be Joe Kool's in London, Ontario, but now it has relocated to Troy. The interior decor, which cost more than $1.5 million, is dedicated to Detroit's industrial heritage, according to owner and general manager David Steinke. It has a handmade mahogony bar, brick walls, factory-sized pipes and ductwork, as well as 16 TVs and 5 satellites featuring sporting events. The menu features both American and Italian-style foods, such as burgers, pastas, grilled Italian flat bread and homemade soups."
"Located above the Garden Bowl, the Magic Stick is home to ten billiard tables, a full bar and lounge area, one of Detroit's best jukeboxes and in the last several years has become one of the nation's most acclaimed small live music venues, hosting great live bands from across the country and around the corner. When there's no live music, the Magic Stick is open for billiards and beverages until 2 a.m."
Fourteen pool tables, racing and other video games. Food from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Live music, a DJ, dancing, friendly people and a laid-back feel.
"Overtyme is a sports bar, it's a pool hall and it's a dance club. It's a little bit of everything fun rolled into one spacious bar and grill. A DJ keeps the dance floor packed most weekend nights, while other patrons can be found playing in the game room. All your favorite food is served late into the night. Overtyme has a good crowd of regulars and a decent-looking clientele. As an added bonus, there’s no cover, so this is a good place to hit without blowing your budget. Boasting excellent service and strong drinks."
"Lunch specials, happy hour specials, 19 pool tables, 8 sports TVs and a massive 100-inch big-screen TV ... what more could you want? Killer happy hour every day, 4-7 pm. 9-ball tournaments every Monday night: 6pm sign-up and practice; 7pm start time."
"Billiards, bar and grill and 30 pool tables! Five big screens for sports-watching. Great food every day; our kitchen is open late. 21+ only."
This is a fun pool hall for the ultra-hip. The eats are good too.
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New York-based DJ-production duo Designer Drugs apparently clocked up more than 300,000 air miles in the past year, highlighting the fact that these two men are as busy as almighty fuck right now. The album Hardcore/Softcore is set to drop, and the guys (Patrick and Theodore Paul Nelson) have been remixing everyone from Mariah Carey to Thieves Like Us. They’re nothing if not in-demand, and one listen to “Dead Meat” will tell you exactly why. They offer uncompromising, heavy and kinda nasty club tunes that have an industrial edge and a touch of punk too. Got to love that combo.
This multimedia performance at the Museum of Contemporary Art could be a great way to get into alignment for a weekend of electronic music. The headline act is Chromatic Jackie, a collaborative ensemble is made up of a dancer, a musician and a visual artist. The trio, which recently made its first live appearance at New York’s Museum of Arts and Design, mixes computer-generated visuals from artist Dana Bell, sound fragments from Sam Consiglio (formerly of Adult. and Tamion 12 Inch) and movement from dancer Sari Nordman, all choreographed to an original sound piece written for this project. James Marlon Magas will perform as Magas, and the guy has been making music since he was in avant-rock bands Couch and Lake of Dracula in the early 1990s. He’s gone on to become an electronic solo musician with releases on the Ersatz Records label. Between performances, super-popular DJ sets from Disco/Secret and Macho City.
Bang Tech 12 started in 1996 in Detroit There are branches and artists in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Tennessee and Florida as well as France, Scotland, Croatia and The Netherlands. 4 rooms of sound, over 40 performers from around the globe for an all day/all night event.
733 Saint Antoine
Detroit, MI 48226
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