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Sangria offers authentic Spanish cuisine in a bright and casual environment, where the most popular dishes include tapas and paella. Chef Steve Troupe, who is well-educated in the culinary arts, has many years of cooking experience. His paella de marisco, croquetas de pollo, pincho de gambas and pincho de soldmillo combine Troupe's own creativity with traditional Spanish flavors and recipes. General manager Kirk Fantin welcomes customers to come and enjoy Sangria's innovative food, fast-paced service and even a dueling pianos performance in the upstairs lounge.
Oakland County's 'Real Mexico.' The best Mexican food in the Midwest (according to the Oakland Press). A must try! Awesome decor using real Mexican products, very cozy and unique. Live entertainment weekly. Pool table, darts, several video games and big screen television. Ten TVs in all. Best service guaranteed!
The menu covers Chinese, Cantonese, Szechuan, Shanghai & Hunan cuisines. Shredded pork with Peking sauce is a specialty.
Since 1980, historic St. Andrews Hall in downtown Detroit has brought trend-setting music to Detroit audiences. During the early 1980s, everyone from British New Wave groups like New Order to the then-college radio bands like R.E.M. played St. Andrews Hall. When alternative music was still truly alternative, St. Andrews Hall was the place to see these avant-garde bands: The Red Hot Chili Peppers played there as early as 1984; Jane's Addiction first played in 1988; in 1989, long before grunge, Soundgarden played there. At the forefront of musical trends, these breakthrough artists have graced the stage of St. Andrews Hall: Smashing Pumpkins in 1989; Nine Inch Nails in 1990, Nirvana and Pearl Jam in 1991, Alice in Chains in 1992, Green Day in 1994, Oasis in 1995. The ballroom which holds 1,000 people, is a favorite venue among musicians as well as concert-goers because of its acoustics and perfect sight lines.
American, Italian and Mediterranean Cuisine
Michael Mina's opulent seafood dining experience at MGM Grand Detroit, SaltWater, features contemporary seafood and refined American cuisine set in an elegant design that celebrates the richness of the sea.
The Sand Trap Lounge will become your new 'place to be' after one visit. Check out great bands featuring Ultraviolet on most Fridays. Live bands Thursday through Saturday, with Sundays soon to be added. Come and sing karoake on Wednesday. The best prime rib in town – a 16-oz. porterhouse is $9.95 on Saturdays. All-you-can-eat fish fry every Friday, only $4.95. Enjoy great food, including the best prime rib in town, served by a fantastic staff. Pleasant during the day, PARTY at night!
Good sandwiches and a large selection of import beers.

Savoy is a brand new music venue in the heart of downtown Ypsilanti featuring booming top of the line sound equipment and an incredibly warm and visually appealing atmosphere. Formerly Club Divine, Savoy looks to be the future of entertainment in the Washtenaw County area for years to come. For a full list of upcoming shows and more information, visit Savoy online.

Home of Detroit's most committed artists. Birthplace of the 'legendary' Farleys. Go from the garage to the stage in a friendly atmosphere. Open mic night every Thursday. 21 and older, please.
Friendly neighborhood restaurant and tavern. Exceptional lunch and dinner specials. Pizza, Italian, great steaks, children's menu... right on the price, right on the lake, right on the way home!
The east sides one and only LGBT bar! 2 bars, great music, and a wonderful staff.
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