40455 Ann Arbor Rd.
Plymouth, MI 48170
Phone: (734) 455-8100
Fax: (734) 455-5711
40455 Ann Arbor Rd., Plymouth, MI, US, 48170
- Phone: (734) 455-8100
- Fax: (734) 455-5711
This long established LGBT nightclub offers two full bars, a large stage and dance floor. Live entertainment takes place most weekends often featuring drag queen's, comedians, bands and impersonators. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed with an accommodating and friendly staff. As indicated by the name, Stiletto's clientele is mainly women, however everyone is welcome and is sure to have a good time!
In complete contrast to its rather somewhat lackluster name, Liquor Store promises lots of fun. The lively bar is the destination of choice for young professionals looking for a place to drink and dance. On the menu is a great selection of cocktails and other spirits to get the night going. The mechanical bull presents a stiff challenge once you're up for it. The DJ whips up potent mixes to get the dancing started.
Located along the busy Detroit Industrial Expressway in Belleville, Diamondback Saloon offers a setup which is typical of an American nightclub. Here, you can relax in an easy-going atmosphere created by the bands playing country & rock music, or you can cool off at the side-bar that is well stocked with beverages. In addition, the club offers special theme nights and drinks at special rates, making this a perfect place to plan out a party with friends. Dance classes are also held at this venue from Wednesday to Saturday. Call for more information.
Adam's Apple, a gay bar in West Detroit gets groups of all ages coming there. While weekends are usually busy, the weekdays are more relaxed and the bar gets to cater to a not-so-regular crowd. Apart from the booze and music, the bar has video games, a CD jukebox and dart boards to kill time. This is an ideal spot for men looking for more of a quiet time away from loud, banging dance music and flashing lights.
Big Fish is livelier than the typical seafood diner. Popular restaurateur Chuck Muer includes two dining rooms, an outdoor patio for summer eating, and a huge cocktail and steamer bar. The atmosphere is casual, and the all-seafood menu is extensive and satisfying if not particularly daring. Big Fish delivers on the tried and true and lures an upscale clientele.
Restricting yourself to a few drinks may well be frowned upon by the patrons at Limit Cocktail Lounge. Part of the Novi nightlife scene, the club first opened its doors in 1998. For over a decade, Detroit natives have frequented the place and have left it smiling (and, not to mention, completely sloshed). While the service is scarce, orders are taken quickly and promptly. Smokers who plan to quit will like the non-smoking policy instilled at the club.
Club Polo is a popular nightspot in Down River that comes complete with darts, pool and a huge dance floor with trendy laser lights to add to the experience. A much sought-after location, the club is a firm favorite with students as well who have an entire night dedicated to themselves. The music is upbeat and features noted DJs. Plenty of offers on drinks are also easy to come by here.
The adage "Don't judge a book by its cover" can be applied to Baker's Keyboard Lounge, which looks like a hole in the wall establishment but is one of the oldest jazz clubs in the United States. So, if you're a jazz fan, this is the club to visit when you want to watch jazz locals mix it up. Another fun feature here is the piano key painted bar, where locals spend many a night listening to their favorite tunes. If you are longing for a bite to eat while you enjoy the music, Baker's has a wide menu with some no-nonsense favorites sure to please.
Necto appears to be a small regular nightclub, but enter it and it will surely surprise you. Loud eclectic music will welcome you, while the DJ churns out foot-thumping music. The lively ambiance and party mood will compel even a non-dancer to shake a leg. Each night has a different theme, with Fridays being Gay Night, whereas Mondays are dedicated to the Gothic genre. The drinks served here go well with the mood of the place, and the decor is complimented by the right use of bold lights.
North America's oldest continuing acoustic music club features concerts six nights per week in a variety of styles including folk, contemporary, blues, jazz, country, bluegrass, and ethnic music.
Enjoy the finest in after-dinner pleasures at this venue that features sophisticated fine wines, ports, sherries, martinis, rare scotches, and hand rolled cigars.
The building housing Cavern Club was originally used as a mill. Now, it hosts some great local and national acts.