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As Kid Rock immortalized, "there ain't no party like a Detroit party 'cuz a Detroit party don't stop." Bad English, yes, but a really, really good time awaits no matter your partying preferences.
D:hive Bar Tour
Spend Happy Hour hitting The D's best bars to meet, greet and get free stuff. (Downtown Detroit District)
With a ball in one hand and a martini in the other, bowling has never been so trendy. (Greater Novi District)
Chalk up your pool cue and get ready for some raucous rock at this venue. (Downtown Detroit District)
MGM Grand Detroit
Forget the gambling, we love the clubs! Ignite, V, Int Ice, etc. (Downtown Detroit District)
The dance floor is always live at this classic Greektown party spot. (Downtown Detroit District)
Known for smooth jazz and Sunday brunch. (Downtown Detroit District)
Dakota Inn Rathskellar
Dance, sing the Schnitzelbank and eat kartoffelpuffer (aka potato pancakes) at an authentic German bar. (Dearborn/Wayne District)
Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle
Belly laughs. 'Nuf said. (Oakland District)
Vicente's for salsa dancing
Totally amazing food and salsa dancing Friday and Saturday nights. (Downtown Detroit District)
When walking the exhibit halls in Henry Ford Museum, don’t miss the bus where Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat, the chair in which Abraham Lincoln was assassinated and a camp bed slept on by George Washington.
Opened in 1904 and designed by Albert Kahn, the Conservatory features five sections and is open year-round Wednesday-Sunday.
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