Watering Holes: Your Guide to Detroit's Bars, Pubs, and Taverns
"Watering Holes: Your Guide to Detroit's Bars, Pubs, and Taverns" by Mike Kline
Watering Holes is a guide to the bars, pubs, and taverns located between Warren Avenue and the Detroit River, and from Joseph Campau to 96/75. That area is large enough to provide 155 locations, each one with their own full color page. Each page contains not only the name, but also a picture, phone number, website (if they have one), address, hours of operation and happy hour times, the neighborhood, and whether they have a full bar, draft beer, a full kitchen, or shuttle service to entertainment events in Detroit. Following this basic information there are descriptions of the interior, entertainment options, and a high level overview of the food offered, when applicable.
Scattered throughout the pages are Author's favorites notations, tips on parking, and mention of long running specials.
Basically just about everything you would need to know to make a decision about visiting. Then again, maybe you will visit them all.
One word of warning: Things change. By things I mean hours of operation, specials, menus, and possibly even the days a bar might be open. Your best bet is to call first.
Paperback : 160 pages
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