Best Black Wednesday Bars In Detroit

November 15, 2016 6:00 AM

Crews are putting the finishing touches on preparations for the grand opening of the new HopCat Detroit. (By Edward Cardenas)

The holiday season is upon us with Thanksgiving right around the corner. The night before known as Black Wednesday is a time for friends to celebrate together on the eve of the holiday season. This guide provides locations for gatherings with food and drinks.

4265 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 769-8828

HopCat is just shy of turning two years old and has been touted as one of the best new bars. It specializes in beer rather it be local or from around the world. They offer Michigan’s largest tap selection with 130 craft beer selections. The bar also has a second floor where parties can be booked rather it be for business or pleasure. The HopCat website features the beers they offer and pricing for the varied choices.

The Detroiter
655 Beaubien St.
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 963-3355

Sometimes a hole in the wall bar is a more exciting location to visit. Quiet atmospheres, delicious drinks and quality bar food is all it takes for a good time. The Detroiter is located near Greektown Casino and Saint Andrews Hall. The bar and grill takes pride in their burgers that have been hailed as some of the best in Detroit. Stop in for a casual night out with great eats.

Punch Bowl Social
1331 Broadway St.
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 749-9738

Visit the Punch Bowl Social where bowls of punch are the favorite to order. The Punch Bowl Social has various locations across the U.S. in major cities and offers food made by scratch and a variety of adult beverage options. Selections include adult milkshakes, breakfast drinks and of course the usual concoctions. The vibrant location is place to have adult fun with drinks and games. Suit and tie is optional.

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Coaches Corner
220 Bagley St.
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 963-4000

Coaches Corner Bar & Grill is the place for sports. The bar includes HD TVs for the best viewing and is also a great place for parties. The restaurant business is booming in Detroit and Coaches is part of a family of restaurants. They’re more than happy to help plan your next event. So grab all your friends and get ready for holiday festivities.

Menjo’s Complex
928 W. McNichols Road
Detroit, MI 48203
(313) 863-3934

Menjo’s Complex is more suited for the LGBT community. It’s gone through several updates and renovations to become one of Detroit’s hottest locations. They’ve become just that, a complex, with the return of the R&R on the Alley dive bar. The bar celebrates many events including holidays to capitalize on bringing people together and is a favorite among the community.

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Post Author: Chase Hunt.