Friday, January 31, 2020

Hip in Detroit's Picks for the Weekend: January 31 - February 2

Saturday, February 1st - Friends of Dennis Wilson Record Release Show @ Outer Limits Lounge: Friends of Dennis Wilson will be taking over Outer Limits Lounge this Saturday night to celebrate the release of Space Maintainer on vinyl. The band will be joined by Oblisk and Dizzy Hotel for this one. Cover is only $5 and doors are set to open at 8 p.m.

Sunday, February 2nd - Pop Up Brunch Sundays @ Bagley Central with Faniz Bitez: For once, there's a lot happening on Sunday! So start your day off right with brunch at our favorite bar, Bagley Central. They will be hosting a pop up with Faniz Bitez. There will also be a Bloody Mary Bar and Mimosas on special for $5 by the glass or $20 by the bottle. Keep an eye on the Facebook event page for the menu and information on other drink specials. Brunch runs from noon until 4 p.m.

Sunday, February 2nd - VMKT 2020 @ The Majestic: If you're a fan of the Detroit Urban Craft Fair, this is the next best thing! The crew from Handmade Detroit presents VMKT, a 35 maker-market curated for seasonal shopping. In addition to the great makers, there will also be a DJ, make & take stations, door prizes, and much more. Admission is $15 if you want to do the make it take its, or $1 if you just want to shop. The fun runs from noon until 5 p.m.

Sunday, February 2nd - Super Sunday Big Game Bash @ Small's: If you want to watch the big game this Sunday, there's no better place to watch than our other favorite bar, Small's. While the Super Bowl plays on the big screen, there will be a free nacho bar for you to snack on, and all drinks are $1 off. This party is free to attend and it kicks off at 5 p.m.

Sunday, February 2nd - Twilight Zone Marathon - No Super Bowl Sunday @ Lost River: If you're not into the Super Bowl, Lost River is the bar to be at on Sunday night. Instead of having the game on, they will be hosting a Twilight Zone marathon. Get weird, drink rum, and eat some dumplings. This party also starts at 5 p.m.

No comments:

Post a Comment