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The Detroit Princess is a 5 story riverboat located in downtown Detroit. Serving lunch and dinner most weekends and some weekdays. The two and a half hour cruise takes in the scenery of both Detroit and Windsor, cruising past Belle Isle and up to the mouth of Lake Saint Clair.

With linen tablecloths and napkins, chandelliers, mahogany trim, brass ceilings, dance floors and bars on all levels, the Princess is a very elegant venue for your night out.

Dinner features a five entree buffet of carved prime rib, chicken Florentine, teriyaki grilled salmon, chipotle apricot glazed pork chops and vegetarian lasagna, along with potato dauphinoise, cheese tortellini with pesto cream sauce, wild rice, Caribbean vegetable medley, assorted salads, dinner rolls and dessert.

Entertianment is a bonus with the Motown tribute band the Prolifics. They will dazzle you with their matching outfits, crocodile leather shoes and in- step Motown signature theatrics. Other entertainment options on certain nights include Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville featuring Michigan's own Air Margaritaville tribute band, blues by Randy Brock and Dixieland jazz by the Bayou River Band. On late night moonlight cruises, DJs Captain Sky and Lighting Rod Stinson play nightclub style music.

Private dining rooms are available for parties from 50 to 450 people. The whole boat is available for up to 1900 people. They also cater to ethnic groups, Halal, Kosher, Indian just to name a few.

Visit detroitprincess.com for an up-to-date schedule. Reservations are required.

Popular spot for afternoon networking and late night clubbing! Located in a beautiful historic building near Greektown. Known for its magnificent bar and live entertainment. Appetizers, sandwiches, soulfood. Live jazz, R&B and top-40.

Best of Detroit 2002
Best place to move and shake
You can tell by the bottlenecked line of glimmering Jags, Beemers, Mercedes and SUVs lined up for valet parking that this is a nightspot where the Motor City’s elite come to meet. The food’s OK, but that ain’t the point; it’s the tailored clientele and top-shelf booze that really sets Flood’s apart. And when the band kicks on, the place really starts to thumpin’. Precaution: Don't wear jeans and flip-flops.

Discover your creative side at Palette Dining Studio. Indulge in a full spectrum of freshly designed dishes in our unique, all-you-can-eat, tapas-style gallery, where every creation is a sumptuous canvas of color, texture and taste.
Completely remodeled in 2005. Nikola’s is best known for giant portions of BBQ ribs and chicken. Nikola's now has a 130-seat meeting room available for private functions.
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