Urban escape awaits you high atop Mt. Holly on the outer skirts of Metro Detroit. Get your ski on with hills for every level. Snowboard with the best of them and challenge yourself on jumps, ramps, and rails. When you’re ready for a rest, kick back inside by a warm fire for food, drinks, and live music. Then gear up for another round on the slopes!
Slow’s BBQ is Detroit’s best barbecue restaurant. Located in Corktown near Old Tiger Stadium Slow’s is the place for great food and casual good times.
The Emory in downtown Ferndale, Michigan not only offers a great variety of local source and handmade foods, but sponsors it’s own recycling program and beats the price at the pump with a delivery truck that runs on the restaurant’s used deep frying oil.
Come for the sushi, sake, Thai food or the eclectic music scene. Oslo is a unique Detroit hotspot with a SoHo feel.
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Eat, drink, and have a great time in the streets of Detroit’s Historic New Center at the annual Comerica Cityfest. This is your chance to experience a true taste of the town – from delectable edibles to incredible live music and the best of Detroit culture.
An old Detroit staple, Sweetwater Tavern has been serving up its special recipe wings for over 17 years. Stop by Sweetwater on your way to Detroit’s Greektown, local concert venues, and sports arenas. It’s the perfect spot to round out your evening in “the D”. Now – what’s in those wings that makes them so good?
“You’ll never see the Detroit River the same way.” Experience world-class hydroplane boat racing in the heart of the city, with top speeds of 200 miles per hour. Sit back with a beer in the grandstands, and get an up-close view of one of the most heart-thumping annual Detroit events.
Feel free to express yourself at the Wyandotte Street Art Fair in Detroit’s “downriver” region. The fair is simple, cool, and relaxed. Enjoy live bands, great food, and art exhibitors on the riverfront, and chill with some of the friendliest people around. Wyandotte is a young, contemporary town you won’t want to miss.
Detroit is Hockeytown, and Cobo Joe’s is THE place to go to get a taste of authentic Red Wings pride. Just a short walk from Joe Louis Arena, Cobo Joe’s offers beer, food, HOT bartenders, and a the best hockey party in town.
Woody’s Diner is the premier Night and Dance club in downtown Royal Oak, Michigan.
P.Y. Stix in Livonia Michigan is the ultimate audience participation bar. From dancing on tables and the bar to free style drumming along with Tom Cruise style “Cocktail” bartenders there’s no better place for pure interactive fun.
PJ’s Lager House in Detroit rocks hard. An historic Irish pub in the heart of Corktown, PJ’s attracts the hot band scene while serving up a traditional pub atmosphere. You’re always welcome here.
People from across the U.S. gathered on Detroit’s riverfront to party with the Pussycat Dolls and Gavin DeGraw during the 2009 Final Four. Check out what makes Detroit the place to be for a true outdoor groove.
Get your party on at Hoots on the Avenue in Detroit. A laid-back atmosphere makes it easy to mingle and meet. Buckets of beer keep coming as a DJ keeps the lounge hopping.
Get to hear what out-of-towners think about partying in Detroit during the 2009 Final Four, as Fergie rocks the riverfront.
The vibe at Prive Ultralounge and Bistro in Detroit is sophisticated and sexy. Order a drink, hit the dance floor, and mingle with a cosmopolitan crowd.
Via Nove in Ferndale, Michigan has a solid reputation as the “most romantic restaurant in Metro Detroit.” Step in and you’ll see why…