What’s Open in Detroit? A Guide to Where You Can Go Out, Past 5 PM, in the City

Head to These Casinos, Bars, Restaurants, Movie Theaters and Bowling Alleys That Are Now Open

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Through the numerous executive orders that have been placed in Michigan the last year, it’s hard to keep track of what is and isn’t open in Detroit.

Today, we’re sharing (and clarifying) what’s open if you’re looking to safely get out of the house.

Back in December, Governor Whitmer held a press conference with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services updating its epidemic order, stating MDHHS would allow casinos, bowling centers, and movie theatres to open. Notable to the opening, is the rule that capacity must be capped at 100 and food and drink concessions must stay closed and social distancing must be observed at all times.

On February 1, a new order was put in place, allowing for indoor dining at restaurants with certain requirements, as well as concessions at casinos, movie theaters, and stadiums.

Restaurants and bars are currently able to be open at 25% capacity with up to 100 people, tables must be six feet apart with no more than six people per table and must close by 10 p.m.

For your entertainment and guide as a go-to, here is a list of open casinos, bowling alleys, bars, and restaurants in Detroit.

 

BOWLING ALLEYS

 

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PHOTO MICHELLE MCEWEN

BARS / NIGHTLIFE

 

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PHOTO ADAM WILSON / UNSPLASH

CASINOS

 

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MOVIE THEATERS

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PHOTO FELIX MOONEERAM / UNSPLASH

 

RESTAURANTS OPEN FOR DINE-IN

Missing your favorite restaurant, movie theater, bar, or bowling alley that is now open in Detroit? Let us know and we will add it to our list! Sign up for the Detroitisit weekly newsletter for the latest on all things Detroit.

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