Friday, October 27, 2017

Hip in Detroit Talks 10 Years with PJ from PJ's Lager House

PJ's Lager House is a staple of Corktown. It's a great place to grab a drink, have a meal, and to hear live music. The space originally opened in 1914 as a neighborhood bakery and restaurant, it was a "furniture store" during prohibition, a beer garden in the in the 50's and the birthplace of garage rock in the 90's. 10 years ago its current owner PJ, bought the space and continued the space's long tradition of serving up some of the best up and coming rock and roll musical acts in town. He also once again established the space as a restaurant that he made famous with his gumbo and curated vegetarian menu.

This Saturday he will celebrate 10 years of ownership by serving up some free food and good music with admission. The bill for the night includes some great local acts like Duende!, Lac La Belle, and Craig Brown Band. We took this opportunity to sit down with PJ for a long chat on a couch that was given to him for his green room by The Hard Lessons once upon a time. We suggest you take the time to listen to our interview with PJ and stop by the party this Saturday to congratulate the entire staff on 10 awesome years. We truly hope that despite what he says, we have at least 10 more!

$10 gets you in and feeds you. Doors for this one open at 6 p.m. this Saturday and the music starts at 6:30 sharp.


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