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“Let’s meet for drinks” can be an invitation to start (or end!) a relationship — or just a fun way to ramp up or cap off a night on the town. Several intriguing new hangouts have cropped up in Detroit recently. Here are a few to put on your “to-try” list, along with some seasoned favorites:
As number five in the nation for the most breweries, microbreweries and brewpubs, Michigan (and Detroit) have proudly embraced “The Great Beer State” title. This week as beer lovers celebrate American Craft Beer Week, it’s a great time to take a look at what’s brewing in The D.
Here’s a sampling of some of the upcoming beer events taking place across southeast Michigan this summer:
It’s no secret — Detroit sports fans are some of the most loyal fans in the nation. Whether cheering on the Lions, Tigers, Red Wings or Pistons, watching a game in Detroit is an experience.
If you’re looking to catch an upcoming game on the big screen or for pre-or post-game celebrations, here are 22 metro Detroit bars to consider checking out. While some of these options might seem out of left field, each of the establishments below is likely to be showing the big game when you stop by.
Summer in Michigan is always a great time to find your favorite local watering hole and relax on the patio with a nice, cold beer. In Detroit, it’s no different. But these days, Detroiters aren’t limited to just cans of Black Label or bottles of Miller High Life.
The burgeoning craft beer industry has found quite a niche in the Motor City, with more than a dozen breweries operating in and around the metro area. With the days getting longer and warmer, there is no shortage of folks looking for a refreshing summer brew. And the local Detroit-area breweries are happy to oblige.
Photo Credit: Andy Galbraith
Think you’re going to sit at home drinking beer in your green shirt this St. Patrick’s Day? Think again. With our list of exciting ways to celebrate the Irishman’s holiday, you’ll want to think green all month long.