Clubs in Fraser

ComedySportz – Up to 41% Off Improv

ComedySportz

Michigan Actors Studio

$17 $10

Game-based comedy show pits teams of improvising funny folk against one another in a contest of light-footed joke making

Up to 56% Off Sketch-Comedy Show

Go Comedy! Improv Theater

Downtown Ferndale

$40.98 $18

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Veteran Detroit comedic actors preform a series of sketches

Buddy Guy – Up to 51% Off

Buddy Guy

Meadow Brook Music Festival

$20.35 $10

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Blues legend's career of buttery riffs and heartfelt wails spans more than 50 years

Up to 55% Off Standup Comedy and Appetizers

Laff Tracks Comedy Club

Wixom

$32 $19

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Comedy club showcases some of the metro area's most seasoned jesters on Saturday nights, including Bill Bushart and Paul Piziks

"The Laugh Off" Improv Show – Up to 55% Off

The Laugh Off

All Star Sports Bar

$44.18 $20

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Like Wild 'n Out, improv comedy show pits two teams—one with a special guest—against each other so the audience can decide who's funnier

Up to 50% Off Comedy Show

Funny Bone Comedy Club

Funny Bone Comedy Club

$39.99 $20

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National comedy club chain hosts headlining comics up to five nights a week; adjoining seafood restaurant serves Creole-inspired appetizers

Yuk Yuk's London – Up to 51% Off Standup

Yuk Yuk's London

East London

C$45 C$22

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Comedy club continues its nearly 40-year tradition with a grab bag of humorists and storytellers

"Sports without Balls" – Up to 42% Off Live Podcast Show

Live Podcast Show: "Sports without Balls"

Hilarities 4th Street Theater

$12 $7

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Comedian and sports enthusiast Erin Foley scores huge laughs in a special live podcast taping for the Gay Games featuring Fortune Feimster

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With its unique decor and handcrafted specialty cocktails, The Bosco exemplifies class without pretension. According to Metromix, the premises evoke nature inside and out, with decorative trees and a courtyard adorned with waterfalls. At the bar, mixologists create specialty martinis that incorporate fresh fruit juices, simple syrups, liqueurs, and chocolate shavings. Later in the evenings, live DJs spin eclectic tunes at lounge-style events, and patrons enjoy amenities such as valet parking, bottle service, and a direct landline to the president.

22930 Woodward Ave
Ferndale,
MI
US

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Since its inception in May of 2002, The Corner has become recognized as The Birmingham Lounge. Located adjacent to The Townsend Hotel, The Corner serves unique cuisine with a light fare menu, and an extensive selection of award-winning cocktails, martinis, and premier spirits.

100 Townsend St
Birmingham,
MI
US

Nested in downtown's historic Kresge Building, The Red Grape Lounge fetes Motown history and soul with retro décor, choice tunes, and a savory menu. A roster appetizers encourages bellies to warm up their digestive chops as fingers nab crisp sweet-potato fries or couples synchronize chews with six fiery jalapeño poppers. Teeth tear into succulent entrees, from 9 ounces of marinated rib-eye steak to one of four burgers to fried catfish on a bed of greens. Meanwhile, a bottle of wine from Red Grape's curated list accompanies quartets and inspires conversations about renaming a child "Chardonnay", with eight varieties from Australia, including Lineman's Bin medium-bodied '99 pinot noir that lingers on the tongue with aromas of red berry.

1201 Woodward Ave
Detroit,
MI
US

As the doors of Skybar Lounge’s wood-paneled elevator slide open, customers are immersed in a sleek atmosphere enlivened by driving bass beats and the icy rattle of the bartenders' shakers as they prepare 25 signature martinis. Moroccan-style lamps cast a warm glow over patrons sharing tapas plates of prime beef sky sliders and calamari with house sweet chili sauce in between enjoying panoramic views of the city skyline, flickering streetlights, and nannies flying back to England.

1150 Griswold St
Detroit,
MI
US

To fuel their cheers, fans tuck into hearty, topping-heavy burgers—one called The Detroiter that pairs a patty with cheese, bacon, ham, lettuce and tomato. A Bloody Mary at The Detroiter Bar comes with salami, cheese and olives impaled on a cocktail pick so it dangles into the briny libation. Though the specialty here is burgers, the bloody perfectly encapsulates The Detroiter's culinary approach: spicy, hearty, and perfect to consume while watching a game. A sports bar with a crimson façade to match its allegiance, The Detroiter offers a free shuttle to and from all major downtown events so fans wont need to worry about parking.

655 Beaubien St.
Detroit,
MI
US

At Centaur, the martini is monarch. The menu of seasonally changing cocktails ($9 each, $5 during happy hour) leaves no taste unexplored. The toasted-almond martini swizzles together vanilla, almonds, cocoa, and cinnamon, while the Detroiter uses hometown-hero Vernors ginger ale with splashes of vanilla vodka and spiced rum. Secret agents on the lam after a botched attempt to blow up a supervillain's volcano lair can unwind with the .007 martini's mix of vodka, gin, strawberry, and basil while awaiting further instructions from contacts "Hansel and Gretel," who are enjoying a gingerbread-flavored martini at the other end of the bar. In addition to an extensive selection of beers and wines, Centaur also offers a menu of gourmet small plates for stomachs not quite satisfied by toothpicked olives. Try an ounce of Sevruga caviar ($50), Maryland crab cakes with lobster cream sauce ($10), or three gourmet mini-burgers ($6).

2233 Park Ave
Detroit,
MI
US