Punch Bowl Social Detroit
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Punch Bowl Social cultivates an eclectic approach to the new concept of eat-ertainment. In a design-forward environment described as "dirty modern," Punch Bowl Social effectively combines a diner-inspired scratch-kitchen, craft beverages, and classic parlor-style entertainment that will turn your...
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A bar, a restaurant, a bowling alley, a pool hall, darks, milk shakes...other games...OH, and punch...spiked...in a punchbowl...go alone or go in groups!
Looking to eat and have a little fun at the same time? Punch Bowl Social is the perfect place for both. From a round of bowling to playing arcade games and enjoying some delicious eats, Punch Bowl Social is a cool hangout for adults. Make your visit day or night, either way it’s cool.
Super fun place to have drinks and a bite to eat while you play old school games: bowling, darts, marbles, ping pong, shuffle board, and vintage arcade games.
This place is SO FUN! Bowling, Darts, Arcade games, music, food and drinks! When you go ask for Greg and let him know I sent you.
PBS Detroit is a downtown hangout close to Campus Maritus and The Belt, a curated alley with killer art installations and pop-up bars. With 22,700-square-feet of unadulterated entertainment and free-flowing beverages, this house of fun gives good groove with scratch-to-craft food and games like…
This bar is really something. They offer many fun things to do as well :) Bowling, and other games!
A very short ride from the loft. Great food and great fun in a beautiful place
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“Not just for the great food but also friendly service. A must do for anyone when visiting the area. ”
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“The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant is where the Model T was born, revolutionizing the automotive industry and shaping the way for the future of personal transportation. The building is a National Historic Landmark, formerly the center of manufacturing for what was once the world's most popular car”
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“TV lounge is a place where everybody knows your name. It's been referenced time and time again as the "Cheers"of Detroit. The staff is renowned for their attentiveness, courtesy and skill behind the bar and on the floor. We offer a wide variety of mixed cocktails, beer & wine with an average price of $6. Music ranges from Techno & House to Hip Hop & R&B depending on the night. Our kitchen stays open late but is limited to a few items. Perfect for a quick bite or when you've had one too many. Weeknights offer a more intimate setting where as weekends typically provide a bustling club atmosphere.”
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“Southwest Detroit is where all of the Mexican restaurants are. But Armando's is my favorite because they have this thing called the Mexican sandwich. I love it. I get the ground beef one. There are all these layers: rice, beans, ground beef. You can get melted cheese on top, and I order mine with onions and roasted jalapenos for a little crunch. They're open super late. On the weekends, they close at 4:00 in the morning, so the after-club crowd can go and fill their stomachs with grease and everything else—cheese, sour cream, chips, and all that good stuff.”
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“ Detroit is also the home of MOTOWN. There’s no way you can reasonably visit Detroit without swinging by the Motown Museum. Loaded with history, it’s amazingly cool to see where some of the greatest legends in R&B recorded their tunes. It truly is Hitsville, U.S.”
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