Wired Frog

Inside the old Eastwood Theatre building at 8-1/2 Mile & Gratiot. From I-94, exit at 8 Mile; go east 5 miles to Gratiot; turn right and go 3 blocks; Wired Frog is on your left (on the west side of Gratiot). From 696, take Gratiot Ave. exit; go south 3 miles; we're on the right-hand side
Parking: Parking lot behind building, on side, and rear parking in back lot behind Hayes

See the stars of tomorrow at the Wired Frog – coffee shop by day and entertainment night club by night, with pool tables and video games, ice cream bar and food menu for all types. Over 50 flavors of drinks. Always an all-ages night club with no alcohol, with four bands every Friday and Saturday. New band night on Thursdays and rock / alternative bands on Sunday. Rated the best all-ages club in the Midwest by Club magazine. Club rentals for meetings, showers and parties during the day, and early afternoon for all occasions. Clean, helpful staff.
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