Friday, May 3, 2019

Metropolitan Hotel rooftop club opens next week in downtown Detroit

Posted By on Fri, May 3, 2019 at 11:05 AM

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One of downtown Detroit's most stunning high-rises will soon offer rooftop access when The Monarch Club opens atop the Metropolitan Building.

The 150-seat club will be the city's highest rooftop bar when it starts service on May 11, and while it will be a club, it'll be a chill place where one can have a conversation. Hell's Kitchen alum Jared Bobkin is running the kitchen, which will offer small plates for between $5 and $18.
The neo-gothic building opened in 1925 and was vacant and falling apart before it was purchased and redeveloped in recent years.

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