Detroit, Michigan Party Bus


Overhead exterior shot of Little Caesars Arena

Detroit, known historically as The Motor City as well as the home of Motown, is on its way back up. Downtown we've got new attractions like Campus Martius and the River Walk, plus sports and concert venues like Comerica Park, Ford Field and Little Caesars Arena. Along with plenty of other amazing, and historic places to catch any number of entertainment events from concerts, plays, musicals, WWE, UFC, along with plenty more to do. In addition to our huge, new sports arenas, we also have historic theaters like The Fox Theatre, The Fisher Theatre, The Detroit Opera House, The City Theatre, Detroit Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Detroit Repertory Theatre, The Gem Theatre, The Fillmore Detroit, The Majestic Theatre, The Detroit Masonic Temple, and so many more great venues to catch a show any day of the week.

This is where Detroit Party Bus comes in, if you're anything like us odds are the biggest thing holding you and your friends from leaving the comfort of the suburbs to spend some more time enjoying all that Downtown Detroit had to offer is dealing with the drive down and parking. Well with a chauffeured luxury vehicle all you have to do is kick back and relax as you are driven by a professional to be dropped off as close to the door as the venue will allow and we will be there waiting for you when you come out, then it's off to the next destination. It's your party bus for as long as you have it reserved for so just let your driver know where you want to go. Some of our customers are the more preplanned, organized types who like to provide us with a fully planned out itinerary, and plan to run a tight ship with their passengers, this can be helpful to our drivers. But our chauffeurs are the best in the business and they can just as easily handle the needs of guests who like to just see where the night takes them. It's not all about sporting events, concerts, show and great food. There is so much more to do in Detroit, like visiting the Detroit Institute of Arts, with it's massive collections including Van Gogh, Matisse, Rembrandt, and Picasso. Historic Fort Wayne which was built back in the 1840's, The Detroit Public Library which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Belle Isle with it's beautiful conservatory along with many other gorgeous features. Oh you were looking for something a bit flashier and less historic for your party bus enjoyment, we completely understand, you may be more interested in one of the cities casinos, from the MotorCity Casino Hotel, or the MGM Grand Detroit, to the GreekTown Casino and Hotel, all off which have plenty of entertainment aside from the gaming floor, they also feature some high class dining and entertainment options. We also specialize in both locals and guests from around the world for the The North American International Auto Show in January every year. And of course it's always a good idea to have a professional party bus driver at your disposal when it's time to celebrate the Detroit Tiger's home opener in April.

When you're checking out all the sights you'll want to grab a bite to eat at some of Detroit's best restaurants and maybe have a drink at some of our well known bars. What you may not know is that Detroit covers a huge amount of zip codes. Let us tell you about a few of our favorite restaurants and bars in the zip codes 48201, 48202, 48203, 48204, 48205, 48206, 48207, 48208, 48209, 48210, 48211, 48213, 48214, 48215, 48216, 48217, 48218, 48219, 48220, 48221, 48222, 48223, 48224, 48225, 48226, 48227, 48228, 48229, 48230, 48232, 48233, 48234, 48235, 48236, 48237, 48238, 48239, 48240, 48242, 48243, 48244, 48255, 48260, 48264, 48265, 48266, 48267, 48268, 48269, 48272, 48275, 48277, 48278, 48279, 48288.

Restaurants


Sweet Georgia Brown

If upscale ambiance is your style, Sweet Georgia Brown is known for being one of the absolute best restaurants in the downtown area. The food is a delectable mix of Southern and classic American plus soul food. Enjoy the jazz and unwind with some drinks. Located on Brush St between Monroe and Lafayette.

Whitney Restaurant

The Whitney Restaurant is located inside the historic David Whitney House. Jacket and tie preferred, so make sure you're dressed to the nines for these elegant surroundings. This is fine dining at its best. Located on Woodward between Warren and Mack.

Century Club Restaurant

The Century Club is located inside The Gem Theatre. This is a very romantic and elegant place to have dinner with friends or that special someone. It's decorated in classic architectural style to match the historic theatre. The highlights here include filet mignon, veal Diane, and Lake Superior perch. You'll find it on Madison near Comerica Park.

Cheli's Chili Bar & Restaurant

If you're craving something a little wilder and louder, Cheli's will feed your need. The pizza is the essential here, as is the chili of course, and if you're going to a game this is the spot that you'll want to hit. Owned by Red Wings player Chris Chelios. Located on Adams Ave, right across from Comerica Park.

Hard Rock Cafe

Classic Hard Rock Cafe style with a Motown twist. Enjoy a wide and delicious menu while stargazing at some of your favorite artists' memorabilia, from Diana Ross to KISS, they've got all your favorite artists with connections to Detroit, plus a nice little shop where you can grab some souvenirs. Located on Monroe across from Campus Martius Park.

Xochimilco Restaurant

Located just slightly off the beaten path, in Mexicantown, you'll find Xochimilco's, a local favorite if you love authentic Mexican food. The prices are extremely low and you get wonderful food and great portions. There's a reason that the name of this restaurant is on the lips of all the locals, even if most of them can't pronounce it correctly Find out for yourself. Located on Bagley St just off I-75.

Hockeytown Cafe

If you're a Red Wings fan, no trip to The D would be complete without lunch or dinner at Hockeytown Cafe. Packed with sports memorabilia for the atmosphere that you love, and they subscribe to all the hot sports packages so you can watch almost any game on one of their 20 63-inch plasma TVs. People say the food is good but the atmosphere is GREAT. Located on Woodward Ave between Fisher Fwy and Park Ave.

Bars


Old Shillelagh

This old Irish pub is a favorite with the locals because of the casual and diverse crowd, the authentic Irish food and drinks, and the great selection of beers. Very popular on St Patrick's Day with a band upstairs and tents set up outside. Located on Monroe St near Greektown.

Post Bar

Always a cool place to hang out before and after Detroit sports events, you'll enjoy the affordable drink prices, the games (darts, video games, and pool tables), and the relaxed dress code. Great music, friendly staff, and a really fun atmosphere make this one a can't-miss bar. You'll find it on W Congress St, near the intersection with Cass Ave.

Nemo's Bar

Another popular downtown pub, Nemo's is known for great drinks, friendly staff, and great burgers. Sports fans will enjoy the TVs, and you really can't beat these prices. Located on Michigan Ave east of Rosa Parks Blvd.

Woody's Diner

This is a nice bar with two stories. They have a sports bar with food on the main floor and pool tables and a large dance floor upstairs. Sometimes there is a cover upstairs on the weekend. You can find Wild Woody's on 5th Ave and Center street.