Monday, May 2, 2016

El Club Opens Its Doors This Week

A new club is coming to Southwest Detroit that will feature two of the best things on this planet; live music and pizza. El Club is the newest venue and restaurant on the scene and the latest endeavor for LA transplant Graeme Flegenheimer, who has teamed up with Detroit's own Virginia Benson of Party Store Productions and Kyle Thousand. The venue will feature an eclectic mix of live music, featuring everything from metal to hip hop, along with pizza and craft cocktails. That's right, craft cocktails! Sure, you'll be able to order a bottle of beer and watch a band play. But one thing this venue will have up on others is that they will also feature fancy drinks, think along the lines of Sugar House or The Oakland (with a bit lower price point). They will have signature cocktails as well as special features for special events, making this not only an amazing place to catch a show, but also a great place to have a drink.

The venue is split into three different sections, a bar area, the concert area, and an amazing patio. They have been hard at work sprucing up the joint, that already has an amazing art deco feel, for their big grand opening this week. For details on the space, that grand opening, and more we caught up with the trio behind El Club. Check out what they had to say and get a small glimpse into this awesome new space.

El Club will officially open their doors this Wednesday, May 4th for their Friends and Family event. The show will feature Detroit's own Negative Approach and The Cheetahs with Hank Wood + The Hammerheads from New York. Admission to get in on opening night is $10 and all ages are welcome. Doors are set to open at 8 p.m.

To stay in the loop on all of the great shows and events coming to El Club (and to find out when that pizza oven is fired up and ready to go) make sure you head over and give them a "like" on Facebook here.


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