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The bar is located in the heart of Corktown across from the old Tiger Stadium, and provides a shuttle to all sporting events. There are daily specials and live entertainment on the weekends, an outdoor patio and a full service menu. Group parties are welcome.
Though it's a quiet old-man bar on most days, the spill-over crowd from Slows Bar BQ and the pre-party crowd from nearby dance shindigs makes it a memorable stop for bar-crawlers in the know.

The best kept secret in Detroit for blues. It's a turn-of-the- century Irish tavern with one of the best juke boxes in town.

A Detroit classic - non-stop sports, burgers and brewskis. One block east of the old Tiger Stadium. Nemo's will provide shuttle service to all Red Wings and Tigers scheduled home games. Full lunch every day until 2:30 p.m.

Erin go drink up, Johnny!
Dead nuts in the middle of Corktown, the Lager House has perfected the marriage of old meets new. Even through its exodus from local lunchtime watering hole to rock 'n' roller's safe haven, the Lager has maintained its homespun charm. Cozy and inviting, it is still one of the best joints to guzzle Guinness on a crowded St. Patrick's parade day and is one of the few independent music venues not in the clutches of the Clear Channel PR machine. This little-bar-that-could proudly plays host to the ever-popular Monday dollar drink night and a never-ending turnstile of burgeoning rock acts. —Eve Doster

A few blocks west of Tiger Stadium, in a meticulously revamped 1880s building, Slows caters to a mix of hipsters, folks from area businesses, and suburban brewheads. Slows has excellent barbecue, a Mac and cheese that's a satisfying combination of sharp and creamy, and potato salad that could have come straight out of an Alabama picnic basket. There's a generous list of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and soups, including chili, and gumbo with andouille and shellfish.

Classic cocktails, executed to classic perfection.

Kevin Saunderson. Richie Hawtin. John Acquaviva. Carl Cox. The Works has already established itself as a stable in Detroit's Electronic Music culture.

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