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Garden party

The Whitney is surely one of the most beautiful places to dine and drink in the city of Detroit — oh, and we’ve heard our fair share of ghost stories about the place too. But, if you’d rather not see the ghost of David Whitney while sipping cocktails in the third-story Ghost Bar, we suggest you enjoy one of their summertime garden parties. You can dine from a prix fixe menu and quaff anything from their full bar. The genre-busting band Eleanora will bring their unique style to the Whitney for the first time in a two-set, 1920s-themed “Garden Party.”

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  • The Whitney

    4421 Woodward Ave., Detroit Midtown

    (313) 832-5700

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