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Anchored in Ferndale on Nine Mile just west of Woodward Avenue, Q is an eclectic hangout for dancing, drinking and mingling. Upon entrance, patrons are greeted by the animatronic Sally, a John Waters-esque statue who laughs hysterically for the paltry toll of four bits. Although the interior sports the traditional bar set up, said bar is flanked by two beautifully decorated seating areas, a billiards table and a dance floor. Possibly the most appropriate atmosphere for drinks with a drag queen or shaking your groove thing with a potential hook-up, Q is a sanctum for open-minded people who like to have a good time. - J.D. Kotula
This is a fun pool hall for the ultra-hip. The eats are good too.
Always the finest in family dining, with all foods prepared onsite, fresh baked breads, 6-8 beers on tap, homemade desserts, and the best root beer in town. Come enjoy watching the boats go by while having a great meal.
Cross the border to the heart of Windsor for authentic Ethiopian cuisine. Specializing in vegetarian and hot and spicy dishes. It's OK to eat with your fingers here!
"Discover the exceptional value of a Sunday luncheon in the extraordinary 18th Century tavern located in The Queen’s Residence Bed and Breakfast. The 1700’s New England traveler’s tavern was a gift to the house from Henry Ford. Chef Chad Clay of Cady’s Grill is catering the splendid period lunches, while Kay Brown enchants you with her Celtic Harp. From the moment you enter the Wild Turkey Tavern you will be awed by its history and ambiance. The communal dining and intimacy of the tavern lends itself to inspired conversation. As you are getting to know your tablemates, the staff will serve you. Expect a hearty stew, shepherds pie or other period main course, topped off by Chef Chad’s bread pudding or cobbler. Continue to delight your senses and take the walking tour of the Historic South Side. Then visit The Rocket on Main Street, a fun retro gadget and candy store, and the Riverside Arts Center Art Gallery on Huron Street. For a real treat, make your way over to historic Depot Town. There you will find the antique firehouse museum, automobile museum and antique and gift stores."
Quite Simply, one of Detroit's best kept secrets. The atmostphere is completely laid back and mellow. Staff is friendly, the food is great, and the entertainment is A-1. We are currently open from Thursday through Saturday, with Karaoke on Thursday night from 9pm till 2am. On Friday and Saturnday we have live DJ's that keep the party jumpin!! On Monday night we have Monday Night Football on ABC, and after the game, we have the after-party...
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