Since we announced it last week, tickets for our very first tour of Detroit have been selling briskly. The D-Tour (get it? Detour?) will bring travellers around the to iconic bars in the Motor City.
At first we only released two of the stops we would be visiting: Tom’s Tavern and the Dakota Inn Rathskeller. We’re now announcing the other two.
Why not start with a bang? The first stop will be The Painted Lady in Hamtramck which Thrillist named as one of the 12 best dive bars in Hamtramck.
Next we’ll visit one of the oldest bars in Detroit, Tom’s Tavern. It may appear like an abandoned shack, but this tiny pub is rich with history dating back to the 1920′s, which includes a few fires, burglary and prohibition. This is definitely a bar you want to add and cross off of your bucket list.
Dakota Inn Rathskeller is third on the tour and an all around German experience! They lived through prohibition and have been serving up German food, drinks and culture since the 1930′s. Not only can you eat and drink, you sing and dance to live piano performances all night long.
Last but not least, we’ll visit the Gaelic League Irish American Club. Located in Detroit’s historic Corktown, The League has worked to preserve the heritage of the Irish throughout Detroit since 1920.
The WindsorEats D-Tour allows easy access for you to visit some iconic local hangouts in Detroit without the need to drive, allowing you time to focus on a good time.
The tour will start at 6:30 p.m and bring you back to Windsor at approximately midnight.
Guests must be 21 and over to attend and have a valid passport.