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2100 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48201-3470


Arts and Entertainment Near Comerica Park-Greektown Suite

Michigan Opera Theatre - Detroit Opera House
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
1526 Broadway St
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 237-7464

2015-16 Opera Season: La Boheme Oct. 17-25, 2015 The Passenger Nov. 14-22, 2015 The Tender Land March 12-13, 2015 at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts Macbeth April 16-24, 2016 Magic Flute May 14-22, 2016

The Elwood Bar & Grill
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300 E Adams Ave
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 962-2337

Comerica Park Detriot, Mi
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2100 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 962-4000

Monster Jam at Ford Field
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Verizon center
Detroit, MI 48306

Tiger Club
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Comerica Park
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 471-2582

City Theatre
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
2301 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48201

(248) 645-6666

City Theatre is a 400-seat theatre in the Hockeytown Café building in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. City theater produces and presents a wide variety of attractions from concerts, comedy shows theatrical performances and corporate events. Originally called "Second City Theater" the venue was home to a resident Second City comedy troup. After the departure of Second City the theater adopted its current name "City Theater" in 2004. City Theater is owned and operated by Olympia Entertainment.

PV Lounge
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
1435 Randolph St
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 962-4180

State Bar and Grill Detroit
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2101 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48201

(313) 230-2619

Please check back for updates or contact (313) 961-5451 for hours.

Gem Theatre
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333 Madison St
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 963-9800

The Gem Theatre in Detroit houses a two level theatre with traditional row and aisle seating and intimate stage-level seating at cabaret tables. It shares a lobby with the cabaret style Century Theatre . The theatre has stylings of Spanish Revival architecture. The structure was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.HistoryIn 1902, the Twentieth Century Club, a group of cultural, socially prominent women, built a Mission-style building to house their club. The building, now the Century Theatre, is built of red brick trimmed with white sandstone. The first floor originally housed a dining room, while the second floor housed a 400-seat auditorium.In 1928, the member of the Century club contracted George D. Mason to design a theater addition to the Century Club building. The resulting Spanish Revival-style building was leased to the Little Theatre chain, which showed foreign films, and the building was known as the Little Theatre.In 1933, due to the Depression, the Twentieth Century Club disbanded. The Little Theatre, however, continued, suffering through several name changes, becoming The Rivoli in 1932, Drury Lane (and then the Europa in 1935, the Cinema in 1936, and the Vanguard Playhouse in 1960. The Vanguard offered live theater rather than movies.Finally, in 1967, the theatre was named the Gem. The building was used as an adult movie house until it closed in 1978. Soon afterward, developer Charles Forbes purchased the combined Gem/Century building, and began a complete restoration of the Gem Theatre in 1990. The refurbished Gem opened in 1991.

Gem Theatre
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
333 Madison St
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 463-4215

Go Tigers At Comerica Park
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2100 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48226

(866) 800-1275

Champions Club
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Comerica Park
Detroit, MI 48226

Detroit Home Opener Festival
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
440 Madison St
Detroit, MI 48226

(855) 536-5433

DETROIT HOME OPENER FESTIVAL Sports * Eats * Beats Spring is closing in fast which means so is the start to the 2015 Baseball season. Tigers Opening Day in Detroit is basically a local holiday and actually may soon become a National holiday. It only makes sense that there is one party that appeals to everyone. Over 150,000 fans adorn the city on this celebrated day for one common denominator, Baseball. We are so very proud to present to you: DETROIT HOME OPENER FESTIVAL @ The Madison Avenue Festival Grounds 440 Madison Avenue Corner of Madison Ave and Brush St The Festival will offer its guests: Heated Party tents - Fire barreled outdoor area - Tvs - DJs - Bands - Food trucks - Festival Games - Hot Dog Eating Contest - Private Chalets - VIP onsite parking - Baseball excitement and much much more. For more info: www.DetroitHomeOpener.com Events office: (855) 536.5433 Private tailgate Chalets will sell out fast. Call direct for personal service and booking. Sponsorship packages available, call direct. From all of us at Detroit Home Opener Festival we thank you for all your support. GO TIGERS!

The [email protected] Building
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
1555 Broadway St
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 964-3290

La Casa De La Habana - cigars (Detroit)
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1502 Randolph St
Detroit, MI 48226

The Filmore
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
2115 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48201

(313) 961-5451

350 Terrace @ Music Hall
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
350 Madison St
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 687-4350

Bravo Bravo!
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1526 Broadway St
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 961-3500

A major fundraiser for the Detroit Opera House, BravoBravo! is a yearly celebration of the tastes, sights and sounds of Detroit, encompassing food and spirits from the area’s trendiest bars and restaurants, as well as music from the city’s hottest talent. Join the young professionals of the Michigan Opera Theatre Volunteers Association (MOTVA) as we truly party for a purpose!!!

Comerica Park; Section 131; Row 28; Seat 10
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
147 E Adams Ave
Detroit, MI 48226-2108

Dilla's Delights
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242 John R St
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 346-3771

"Because beats and donuts are made best before sunrise"

Local Business Near Comerica Park-Greektown Suite

Go Tigers At Comerica Park
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2100 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48226

(866) 800-1275

Tiger Club
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Comerica Park
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 471-2582

Honolulubluecrew Lions Tailgate
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No Physical Address
Detroit, MI 48226

Champions Club
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Comerica Park
Detroit, MI 48226

Tigers Bullpen
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2100 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48201

Comerica Park
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2100 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48201

(313) 962-4000

Comerica Park Detriot, Mi
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2100 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 962-4000

Comerica Park
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
2100 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48201

(313) 962-4000

Comerica Park for Tigers Opening Day 2016
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2100 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48201-3470

(313) 962-4000

Comerica Park-Tigers Stadium
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2100 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226

Comerica Park, Home of the Detroit Tigers
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Brush St
Detroit, MI 48226

Little Caesars Pizza
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Little Caesars Pizza
Detroit, MI 48201

(313) 962-4000

Little Caesars Pizza is the largest carry-out pizza chain internationally. Visit our website store locator for special coupon offers.

Grand Valley State University Detroit Center
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
163 Madison St
Detroit, MI 48226

313-962-1185

Detroit Tigers- Comerica Park
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2100 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226

3139624000

Maddison Building
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163 Madison St
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 963-4985

Gvsu in the D
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139 Madison St
Detroit, MI 48226

Detroit Athletic Club
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241 Madison St
Detroit, MI 48226-2126

(313) 963-9200

Comerica Park; Section 131; Row 28; Seat 10
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147 E Adams Ave
Detroit, MI 48226-2108

Detroit Athletic Club
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241 Madison St
Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 963-9200

The Detroit Athletic Club is a private social club and athletic club located in the heart of Detroit's theater, sports, and entertainment district. It is located across the street from Detroit's historic Music Hall. The clubhouse was designed by Albert Kahn and inspired by Rome's Palazzo Farnese. It maintains reciprocal agreements for their members at other private clubs worldwide. It contains full-service athletic facilities, pools, restaurants, ballrooms, and guest rooms. Members include businessmen of all types as well as professional athletes. Ty Cobb is among the athletes to have been a member of the DAC. The building is visible beyond center field from Comerica Park.HistoryThe Detroit Athletic Club was founded in 1887 to encourage amateur athletic activities, and built a clubhouse with a tract in what is now Detroit's Cultural Center. Henry Joy, son of the man who built the Michigan Central into one of the nation's most successful large railroads, served as president of the Packard Motor Car Company in the early decades of the last century. He felt that the rich new titans of the booming automobile industry spent too much time in the Woodward Avenue pubs. He thought they needed a club commensurate with this stature. On January 4, 1913, Joy and 108 other leading Detroit citizens came together to reorient the Detroit Athletic Club. Joy and his colleagues selected Detroit's most accomplished architect, Albert Kahn.PeopleKahn, in 1912, had visited Italy and was inspired by the buildings he saw there. Two of Detroit's most impressive current downtown edifices—the Detroit Athletic Club and the Police Department headquarters on Beaubien—reflect what Kahn saw in Italy. The Palazzo Borghese in Rome provided Kahn with a model for much of the Detroit Athletic Club, but the idea of using the large impressive windows for the impressive fourth floor dining room—called the Grill Room—came from the Palazzo Farnese. In the 1990s, the membership devoted substantial fund to a major refurbishing of the attractive building.