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Best Bars For Black Wednesday In Detroit

November 20, 2012 9:48 AM

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(photo credit: www.deluxlounge.com)

(photo credit: http://www.deluxlounge.com)

Black Wednesday, the night before Thanksgiving Day, is renown as one of the biggest bar nights nationwide. It is the night to go out on the town and see friends you have missed hanging with who are all in town for the holidays. Detroit is no exception and has a variety of establishments that would be excellent for a meet up. Some are sophisticated while others are geared towards sports fans. Even the laid-back crowd has options. If dancing is more your style, there are bars open on that night to dance the night away. Check out the venues below to see the best Detroit has to offer on this racious night.

Park Bar
2040 Park Ave.
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 962-2933
www.parkbardetroit.comA lively bar with a great crowd, Park Bar is an excellent spot to catch up with friends. The ambiance is cool with dark lighting and polished wood bar and tables throughout. This setting is really comfortable and the crowd is very energetic. Park Bar carries a good selection of beer, including some Detroit favorites. On your way out, stop at the counter at The Bucharest Grill for some amazing food to take with you.

The Bronx Bar
4476 2nd Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 832-8464If you want to meet up with friends in a really chill environment, put The Bronx Bar at the top of your list. The atmosphere is casual and very inviting, especially on a cold November eve. What this bar lacks in decor, it makes up for in passion. The ambiance is as eclectic as the patrons that frequent it. There is a pool table and a jukebox to make the most of your night with those you haven’t seen all year. The regulars are a mix of students and business people, and everything in between. Drinks are basic, such as beer and shots, but not expensive.

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Detroiter Bar
655 Beaubien St.
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 963-3355
www.facebook.com/The-Detroiter-BarThe Detroiter Bar is one of the city’s oldest bars in Bricktown. Known for its great burgers and sports memorabilia decorating the walls, this bar is a fine place to enjoy drinks with old friends. The ambiance is casual and the crowd is friendly. By the end of the night at the Detroiter, everyone will seem like old friends. The jukebox has an excellent selection of music which keeps the energy amped up.

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Delux Lounge
350 Monroe St.
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 962-4200
www.deluxlounge.comGather your friends, head over to Greektown and get ready to party. Every night is packed at Delux Bar and Lounge, and Black Wednesday is no exception. This is a great place to dance and let loose with friends you haven’t seen in a while. The atmosphere is stylish, with a trendy vibe. Delux offers mixed drinks including martinis, cosmos and more. There is also a great selection of beer. This bar often has a live DJ spinning and offers great drink specials.

Centaur Bar
2233 Park Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 963-4040
www.centaurbar.comFor the ultra sophisticated set, Centaur is your spot for Black Wednesday. This bar has three amazingly appointed levels, including a mezzanine, all of which are destined to be bustling with activity. The drinks are as stylish as the atmosphere, with tantalizing names and always mixed to perfection. Check out the billiards tables and have fun shooting pool with your buddies. As a place to see and be seen, dress to impress. Although there is no formal dress code, the policy is that hats must be removed upon entering.

Nicole Wrona has been on the music scene since she was fourteen- standing in line to score tickets to the latest show. After receiving a BA in Photography from Savannah College of Art & Design, she began working with a diverse range of musicians. She currently resides in Detroit. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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