20 places in the Detroit area to take your date this fall
Cooler weather means Detroiters have to get creative extra creative with their date night plans.
Just because we'll be indoors more doesn't mean that date nights have to be boring or just a simple dinner and a movie.
Here are 20 places in the Detroit area we think will be a fun date night for lovers old and new.
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Blake’s Tasting Room
17985 Armada Center Rd., Armada; 586-784-5343; blakesfarms.com
After you take all the cute cider mill photos and scarf down doughnuts, take a stop by Blake’s tasting room. Tasting options include draft ciders and Michigan beers while the food menu offers plenty of options including burgers, soups, and flatbreads.
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Ligthouse ArtSpace, 311 E. Grand River, Detroit; 844-307-4644;immersiveklimt.com
First there was Van Gogh, and now there’s Klimt. Take a stroll through an immersive art display of Gustav Klimt.
Urban Wick Candle Bar
172 N. Old Woodward Ave., Birmingham; 248-977-8432; urbanwickcandlebar.com
Nothing says fall quite like candles and at Urban Wick Candle Bar you can create your own signature scent to burn in your home. If you don’t like candles, you can also make custom reed diffusers, body sprays, lotion, soaps, and room sprays.
Go Comedy! Improv Theater
261 E. 9 Mile Rd., Ferndale; 248-327-0575;gocomedy.net/
If you're looking for a good laugh, check out a comedy or improv show at Go Comedy! in Ferndale.
3901 Christopher St, Hamtramck; 313-264-1288; fowlingwarehouse.com
Fowling is probably the most Midwest sport to ever come out of the Midwest. It combines football and bowling, the unofficial sports of the Midwest, into one fun time.
Creative Arts Studio
114 West 4th Street, Royal Oak; 248-544-2234;creativeartsstudios.com
Unleash your creativity at Creative Arts Studio and paint some pottery with your partner. The studio also offers wheel-throwing classes in case you want to get your hands dirty.
4120 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-833-9700; majesticdetroit.com/bowling
Spend a night at midtown Detroit’s historic bowling alley and lounge with a full service bar and Sgt. Pepperoni’s pizza.
The Whiskey Factory/Detroit City Distillery Tour
2462 Riopelle, Detroit; 313-656-4528; detroitcitydistillery.com
Take a tour of Detroit City Distillery and learn how the history and science behind their Detroit-made bourbon and whiskey, located inside the old Stroh’s factory. We just recommend you eat a meal beforehand.
Northland Roller Rink
22311 W. 8 Mile Rd., Detroit; 313-535-1666;northlandrink.com
Show off how smooth you are at Northland Roller Rink. If you or your date are rusty sign-up for the rink’s skating lessons.
666 Selden St., Detroit; 313-285-9410; barcadedetroit.com
Whether it’s an arcade classic like Ms. Pac-Man or Pinball, Barcade brings the nostalgia to date. The venue offers a variety of pub food, specialty cocktails and draft beer so you can chow down after securing bragging rights.