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On any given night, you can find several bars hosting karaoke in Detroit.Passionately belting out the lyrics to any number of Madonna songs is something we really enjoy here, so hit the town and wreak out-of-tune havoc on other people who sound equally horrible. Entrance to the Detroit Institute of Arts is free for tri-county residents, the Motown Museum offers admission Tuesday-Thursday, the Detroit Historical Museum is free, admission to the Michigan Science Center is after on weekends (where you can totally sneak a smooch in the planetarium! Take your love to see the almost-latest at the Ford Drive-In movie theater (cost is .25 per person, so you’ll still have enough cash to split a jalapeño cheddar slider from White Castle and sip our city’s finest tap water.When deciding where to take out that special someone, head to the city.Detroit hosts a wide variety of fantastic restaurants and bars to please any palate within any budget. Eater Detroit's radius includes the Metro Detroit area and occasionally stretches into Southeast Michigan although our main focus is Detroit proper.Crafting Romance From Andiamo Restaurants’ Espresso Martini with heart-shaped chocolate syrup garnish to a full menu takeover of “liquid aphrodisiacs” at The Oakland Art Novelty Co.in Ferndale, there’s a number of local Valentine’s Day craft cocktail options.Beyond the delicious delicacies, most locations are within walking distance to sightseeing destinations, live music, and more, making it an easy to way to spend the night out. “Detroit’s best kept secret” is tucked away in Palmer Park.
Great ambience for gourmet Chinese food, with a lively bar for drinks or sushi, as well as cool music and lighting.
I've also had the burger and fries; both very good, in my opinion.
It's a restaurant by Michael Symon, an Iron Chef. Try the 'beer and pretzels' desert for a rich, salty, chocolate treat! I took the surf and turf and asked for them to replace the surf with the octopus they have in the appetizers.
Going along with the European theme, the menu is filled with an assortment of entrées created with French cooking techniques.
Spice up your evening by participating in the themed dinner nights that range from a Mexican Fiesta to a Corleone Soprano dinner. Main St., Ann Arbor; 734-662-8650; $$: Authentic European-style café, serving pastries and fresh baked bread on-site, as well as European wines, beers and liquors.