Detroit Film Theatre has comfortable seating and large movie screens to provide you the best movie experience in Detroit.
Whether you're looking for a quick snack or a full meal, the restaurant at this theater is sure to dish out something delicious.
Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly activities at this theater just as much as mom and dad.
Watch a movie from the comfort of your own car at the drive-in theater.
Drive to Detroit Film Theatre and find easy parking in a lot close by or on the street.
Fair warning: there's a 70% chance you'll get eaten by a zombie if you visit Trapped in a Room with a Zombie. The latest twist on locked-room mystery games puts groups of up to 12 players in a room with a zombie—whether he's really one of the walking dead or just an actor is a risk you'll have to take. Players must the band together to solve puzzles and find clues in order to escape the room in an hour, because every five minutes, the chained-up zombie gets that much closer to being able to reach, and therefore devour, them. Featured by the Associated Press and on NPR, the escape is challenging enough that companies use it as a fun team-building exercise, but owner Rick Broida told the AP it's "more 'fun scary,' than 'scary fun,'" so you don't have to worry about crying in front of your boss.
The Detroit Orchestra Hall has welcomed audiences for over 100 years to enjoy performances presented with sublime acoustic. Since its building in 1919, this historic venue has undergone a drastic restoration. It was completed in 2003 with the new addition of the modern Max M. Fisher Music Center. The Orchestra Hall hosts a variety of events including special holiday concerts, a wonderful jazz series, and special family concerts--perfect for the kids! Walk in, take a seat and observe the lavish atmosphere finished in Beaux-Art décor as you wait to take in the performance. For a meal after the show dine at the divine Paradise Lounge. Taste one of their weekly three course meals created by Le Cordon Bleu-trained executive Chef Michael Polsinelli.
Tony Roney set out to conquer the comedy world in 1990. Today, he oversees a vast network of comedians, many of whom are veterans of showcases on such channels as Comedy Central, BET, and HBO. But he's not just a businessman—he also regularly gets audiences rolling in the aisles with his long-form comic stories and his 200-person skateboard. The three-time guest of BET's Comic View is joined at Comic Vibe showcases by talent from all across the Detroit area. That talent may well include some big or soon-to-be-big names: Roney worked with stars including Mo'Nique and Mike Epps on his documentary Da Comic Vibe.
Joe Louis Arena is the home of Detroit’s hockey team, the Red Wings. It is located in downtown Detroit at 600 Civic Center Drive. The arena is fondly referred to by locals as “the Joe” and is owned by the city of Detroit. The arena has been in use since its completion in 1979 but has received modern updates over the years such as the replacing of the scoreboards in 1990. The arena is often used for musical concerts, the circus and ice shows. It seats just over 20,000 people. During events, guests can purchase refreshments, snacks, food and souvenirs from indoor vendors. The arena is managed by Olympia Entertainment, which also owns and/or operates many other similar venues such as Fox Theater, Comerica Park, and City Theater.
Amazing Detroit theater awaits when you buy tickets for any of Chene Park's shows.
Feeling hungry? Sit down for a bite to eat at this club 's restaurant.
Tots are more than welcome to hang with their parents at this club.
Enjoy the beautiful weather while you chow down — with outdoor seating, Chene Park is a great summer destination.
Chene Park also has large TVs for your viewing pleasure.
Live music is common at Chene Park, as is a DJ.
For those with an inner dancer, Chene Park features a live DJ and room to move.
Weekend customers may find themselves waiting for a table, as Friday and Saturday nights tend to draw a crowd.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.