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A true microbrewery; six to eight microbrews made on the premises. Spacious, high-ceilinged Chicago loft-style decor. Happy Hour Monday through Friday; 60-item menu served 'til midnight (until 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday). Specials include Employee Appreciation Night, Two-fer Tuesdays, karaoke and College Night.

"Clutch Cargo's is housed in a turn-of-the century church. The stained glass windows and vaulted ceiling are dramatic, and the acoustics are superb - an atmosphere ideal for bands such as the Cocteau Twins, the first band brought to this venue in the summer of 1996. Since then, a wide range of artists have played here, including the Foo Fighters, Less Than Jake, Aphex Twin, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, the Brian Setzer Orchestra, Squirrel Nut Zippers, the Deftones and Spiritualized."

Crazy Moe's Cafe is a new and exciting concept including two bars in one. The main floor is a high energy dance club, complete with a beautiful staff and stiff drinks. Elevator down, otherwise known as the 'Dark Room' is a tequila and martini lounge featuring over 24 different tequilas and 15 martinis. Candlelight and conversation accent the small cozy basement bar. Complete with relaxing jazz music to capture the evening.
The oldest bar in Oakland County, holding the first liquor license issued after the end of Prohibition. Full menu of great food, such as burgers, sandwiches and homemade soups. Separate band room with live entertainment every Friday and Saturday. Grill open until 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
Heat has a spacious dance floor, a basement martini lounge open Friday & Saturday, couches upstairs, downstairs away from the club scene, and dark atmosphere with red lighting and flames.
"The Mill St. Entry is located in the lower level of Clutch Cargo's. Lounge is the atmosphere and cool is the vibe. The Mill St. Entry has been host to bands as diverse as Maxwell, Supergrass and the Twistin' Tarantulas (a great rockabilly band from Detroit). Every weekend you can come down to the Mill St. Entry and see a great swing or rockabilly band during one of the Clutch Cargo's club nights." Web site
J.D.'s Key Club is a dueling piano-rock 'n' roll-get funky-one-of-a-kind-sing-along-bring your friends-have a good time-show bar. Although the bar is usually closed on Tuesday, it opens the first Tuesday of every month for Singles Night.
The Liberty Bar has been around since the early 1900's and was reopened in the summer of 2002 after extensive remodeling. The Liberty Bar is Pontiac's meeting place - before the clubs, after the shows, The Liberty offers you a comfortable bar atmosphere to enjoy an evening with your friends.
The Mill Street Grille is located on the corner of Pike St. and Mill St. Mill Street Grille was formerly the staple of the elegant Walden Hotel, built in 1927 - which boasts having Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as a guest! With its rich red-colored walls and cherry wood, the bar pays tribute to the past while looking forward to a renewed life in up-and-coming downtown Pontiac. It serves as a local neighborhood bar and grill and much more. It’s a fun, spirited, clean-cut bar with old music and new tunes. Something is always going on to keep you entertained, whether it is Monday Night Football with 20-cent wings, Karaoke Wednesdays, or live music on the weekends. A great place to see Jazz, Blues, Rock and Techno Soul. Feel comfortable in a suit or jeans and a t-shirt. A highly recommended destination essential to meet the area's most colorful characters. The new full-service menu offers a variety of appetizers, soups and salads, sandwiches, pastas, and ribs.
"Step into Papa Vino's Italian Kitchen and you're stepping into another world. It's Italy, brought to life in a vibrant, contemporary atmosphere of comfortable ambiance. Warm colors, inviting stone archways, smooth jazz in the background - and at the heart of it, the enticing aromas of traditional Italian dishes and specialties. Each complimented by our extensive offering of wines, selectively chosen to provide our guests with a uniquely enjoyable, undeniably Italian dining experience" – From The Papa Vino's Website.
The revolutionary new nightclub adventure ... 23,000 square feet, five levels, two dance floors, thundering sound, mind-altering lights, world class DJs and a video lounge on the second floor. Wait 'til you see the electric bill for this monster!
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