Monday, December 22nd, 2014


La Casa De La Habana

La Casa De La Habana 1502 Randolph Street Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 285-8332 . . .   La Casa De La Habana is an upscale, luxury cigar lounge in downtown Detroit. This lounge is eloquent and warm with a slight Cuban cultural feel, live music, and a large selection of cigars from all around the world. La Casa De La Habana’s signature is their VIP Membership Cigar Club, an exclusive club that is inaccessible to the regular public. The club features eloquent members-only VIP lounges and private humidor lockers,Read More

Capitol Park Grille

Capitol Park Grille 1150 Griswold Street Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 965-3054 . . .   Capitol Park Grille is a bar and restaurant in the heart of downtown Detroit. The bar offers craft beer, a good wine selection and house craft cocktails, while the kitchen specializes in American food classics with a unique twist. Capitol Park Grille has great Happy Hour specials throughout the work week, and has live entertainment on the weekends. This spot is a good low-key gathering place for a relaxed dining experience and is veryRead More

Cafe D’Mongos Speakeasy

Cafe D’Mongos Speakeasy 1439 Griswold Street Detroit, MI 48226 . . .   Cafe D’Mongos is a speakeasy in downtown Detroit that with southern soul food in addition to the standard full drink menu. Munch on BBQ chicken, collard greens, and ribs, while listening to live music in this word-of-mouth type bar. Cafe D’Mongos is generally very crowded, and tends to attract a lot of hipsters. The early 1900s speakeasy feeling, antique furniture, friendly bartenders, and warm atmosphere come together nicely to make this bar a fun but chillRead More

Cadieux Cafe

Cadieux Cafe 4300 Cadieux Road Detroit, MI 48224 (313) 882-8560 . . .   The Cadieux Cafe is a mussels and feather bowling bar in East Detroit next to the Grosse Pointe communities. Feather bowling is similar to Bocce ball, but is played in a rounded dirt alleyway with heavy cheese-wheel shaped rollers. The Cadieux Cafe has feather bowling leagues, hosts karaoke on Wednesdays, and has live music on weekends, attracting a diverse array of ages and interest groups. Founded by Belgian immigrants

The Buhl Bar

The Buhl Bar 538 Griswold Street Detroit, MI (313) 285-9306 . . .   The Buhl Bar is a quiet, upscale after-work bar across from the Guardian Building. Known as one of the best bars for business in downtown Detroit, the Buhl Bar has the perfect atmosphere to make a good impression on clients, prospective investors, or business partners. The bar’s interior is full of dark wood, crown moldings, and leather, so you can feel like Don Draper in Mad Men sipping an Old Fashioned with colleagues and partners.Read More

Buffalo Wild Wings

Buffalo Wild Wings 1218 Randolph Street Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 961-9453 . . .   Buffalo Wild Wings locations exist nationwide, and the company has won many “Best Sports Bar” and “Best Wings” awards. The Buffalo Wild Wings location in downtown Detroit is the biggest one yet, with 95 large TVs, two floors, a private banquet room, an outdoor patio, and a capacity of up to four hundred people. It should come as no surprise that this bar is famous for its wings. They also offer a large varietyRead More

The Bronx Bar

The Bronx Bar 4476 2nd Avenue Detroit, MI 48201 (313) 832-8464 . . .   The Bronx Bar is a quintessential dive bar located in Cass Corridor. The atmosphere in the Bronx Bar is reminiscent of “Cheers” but with a smokier, darker feeling. This is a popular hangout spot for Wayne State University students and midtowners. With cheap prices on food and drinks, great burgers, a jukebox and low-hanging stained glass lamps, this Bar has everything you look for in a dive bar.