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Enjoy casual dining and creative cuisine such as steak, seafood and pasta in a relaxed atmosphere. Includes an extensive wine list, upstairs balcony dining, and vegetarian friendly selections.
The piano bar of Plymouth – a fun environment filled with the sounds of jazz, blues, classic pop and rock as well as great sing-a-long favorites, seven nights a week. The contemporary interior features a large window overlooking downtown Plymouth’s Kellogg Park, with sofas and love seats in the piano lounge. The bar stocks the most extensive selection of spirits in the metro-Detroit area, including over 40 brands of blended and single-malt scotches, fine wines, and over 70 specialty martinis (recipes can be viewed online at www.336main.com). Live entertainment featured seven nights a week, including cocktail hour jazz from 5-7pm Monday through Friday with the duet ‘Class Act,’ also with $1 off all beer and cocktails. Sundays and Tuesdays are bar and restaurant employee appreciation nights with music by Rob Burger and $1 off all cocktails for industry personnel. Monday nights are Jazz Jam nights with Wally Gibson – musicians are welcome to sit in. Private parties and catered events available.
A friendly billiard hall with fussball and pool tables. A small snack bar. Open to public from 1 to 2 p.m. The cheapest table in the metro Detroit area - only $.50 per game. The tables run at $3 per hour before 7 p.m. and $5 from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m..
Thriving deli/gourmet food shop/beanery. A menu with a sense of humor -- and it gets the crowds through the deli line. #6 - 'Leave it to Beefier,' #64 - 'Emil's Green Cow.' Featuring pastries, a juice bar, smoothies, tortes, flavored coffees, samples.
Friendly, pleasant atmosphere. Any kind of coffee you desire. Delicious pies, cheesecake, and muffins.
Anointed Faces is a Christian meeting place (every third Friday). They have excellent gospel entertainment and feature local and national gospel recording artists, rappers, spoken word performers, comedy acts, etc.
Homemade, central Italian fare served in an intimate and relaxed atmosphere. Facilities available for small to medium-sized parties. Lunch prices $6.50 to $10; dinners $8.95 to $17.95.
Cheerful brew-pub with housed-brewed suds. Good, upscale pub food. Awarded Best Brew Pub in the Midwest by Brew Pub Magazine and Best Brew Pub in Michigan by Microbrew and Brew Pub Guide. Beer tasting the second Thursday of every month from 7-9 pm. Tickets are $20 and include a light appetizer.
Known for its attractive atmosphere and creative menu, Assaggi's menu skips along the northern coast of the Mediterranean from Spain to Lebanon. There's seating for 80 in the al fresco patio, where a garden of tomatoes, peppers, basil, flowers and other herbs — and statuary including reproductions of the "Venus de Milo" and Michelangelo's "David" — conjure the atmosphere of Tuscany. And, happily, the sound of the fountain drowns out the traffic on Nine Mile Road.

In the summer months, historic Kerrytown's Aut Bar spills out onto a quiet courtyard it has nearly all to itself. Functioning as a restaurant and a bar (the second level is 21 and older only), the kitchen was formerly only open at night, But there's now a popular weekend brunch Saturday (10 a.m.- 2 p.m.) and Sunday (10a.m.-3 p.m.) For brunch, Mexican specialties are standouts, including breakfast burritos or huevos motulenos — layers of corn tortilla, eggs, and black beans with ranchero sauce, diced ham, peas and cheese on top. Even the standard omelet gets a twist, like the take-off from meat and cheese in their turkey and gouda. The Aut Bar is definitely gay-friendly, catering to the LGBT community and their friends, families, and allies.

An official Marlboro Club with a JBL sound system. Southeastern Michigan's most exciting complex, featuring a nightclub open Wednesday through Saturday. Three banquet halls can seat up to 1,200 guests. Summertime party patio with live entertainment and DJ. Host of Michigan's Hawaiian Tropic State Finals.
What you ask of a coffeehouse? Good coffee? Delicious desserts? Exciting performances? Gorgeous art works? Bittersweet Coffee House has all of the these. This new coffeehouse, located north of Orchestra Hall in downtown Detroit, promises to bring a young and exciting atmosphere to this old area. Espressos, coffees, teas, fresh breads and desserts are all featured on the menu. Bittersweet welcomes all performers, artists or poets to exhibit their talents there, and afterward, join in conversation with the customers.
Everything your living room has to offer and more. Comfortable couches, games and a selection of international publications. Fresh gourmet coffees from around the world. Also available: fresh juices, light food and desserts.
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