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Concert venue:

DTE Music Theatre (Pine Knob); Clarkson;
palace.net.

Learn to dance (two-way tie):

Sangria Tapas Café (free salsa lessons),
Royal Oak; 248-543-1964, sangriaroyaloak.com.
Arthur Murray Dance Center;
arthurmurraymichigan.com.

Charity event:

Auto Show Charity Preview; naias.com.

New bar (two-way tie):

Rosie O’Grady’s, Chesterfield Township,
Ferndale, Sterling Heights;  rosieogradysirishpub.com.
The Hamilton Room,
Birmingham; 248-593-6565, thehamiltonroom.com.

Neighborhood bar:

Dick O’Dow’s, Birmingham; 248-642-1135.

Bar for business deals:

The Capital Grille, Troy; thecapitalgrille.com.

Pickup bar:

220 restaurant, Birmingham; 248-645-2150, 220restaurant.com.

Gay bar:

Pronto!, Royal Oak; 248-544-7900, prontorestaurant.com. 

Lesbian bar:

Como’s, Ferndale; 248-548-5005.

Casino:

MGM Grand, Detroit; 877-888-2121,
mgmgranddetroit.com.

Karaoke:

Royal Kubo, Clawson; 248-588-2300.

Jazz club:

Cliff Bell’s, Detroit; 313-961-2543, cliffbells.com.

Bowling alley:

Chain:

Lucky Strike, Novi; 248-374-3420,
bowlluckystrike.com.

Local:

Garden Bowl, Detroit; 313-833-9700,
majesticdetroit.com.

Pool hall:

Chain:

Snookers Pool & Pub; greatplaces4goodtimes.com.

Local:

Loving Touch, Ferndale; 248-546-3644.

Place to see a movie:

Birmingham Palladium, Birmingham;
uptownentertainment.com.

Art film:

Chain:

Main Art, Royal Oak; 248-263-2111,
landmarktheatres.com.

Local:

Detroit Film Theatre (at the DIA), Detroit; 313-833-3237, dia.org.


Outdoor driving range:

Carl’s Golfland, Bloomfield Township;
248-335-8095, carlsgolfland.com.

Indoor driving range (three-way tie):

Great Lakes Golf Center, Auburn Hills; 248-332-4653, greatlakesgolfcenter.com.
Carl’s Golfland,
Bloomfield Township; 248-335-8095, carlsgolfland.com.
Oasis Golf Center,
Plymouth; 734-420-4653, oasisgolfcenter.com.

Neon sign:

MotorCity Casino, Detroit; motorcitycasino.com.

Wine bar:

Vinotecca, Royal Oak; 248-544-6256, vinotecca.com.

Scenic drive:

Lakeshore Drive, the Grosse Pointes.

Freebie (two-way tie):

Detroit RiverWalk; detroitriverfront.org.
Metro Times;
metrotimes.com.

Michigan vacation destination:

Traverse City.

Annual sporting event:

 Tigers Opening Day.

Happy hour:

Kona Grill, Troy; 248-619-9060, konagrill.com.

Special-event venue:

Infinity & Ovation Yacht Charters;
infinityandovation.com.

Freebie:

Detroit RiverWalk; detroitriverfront.org.

Baseball Diamond: 

Liberty Park, Sterling Heights;
586-978-9070, libertyparkofamerica.com.

Neon Sign:

MotorCity Casino, Detroit; motorcitycasino.com.

Casino:

MGM Grand Detroit, Detroit;
877- 888-2121, mgmgranddetroit.com.

Scenic Drive:

Jefferson/Lakeshore (in the Grosse Pointes).

Indoor tennis club:

Franklin Athletic Club, Southfield;
248-352-8000; franklinclub.com.

Place to hear bands:

Magic Bag, Ferndale; 248-544-3030,
themagicbag.com.

Tennis courts:

Franklin Athletic Club, Southfield; 248-352-8000, franklinclub.com.

Public golf course (two-way tie):

Rackham, Huntington Woods;
248-543-4040,
rackham.americangolf.com.
Shepherd’s Hollow Golf Club,
Clarkston; 248-922-0300, shepherdshollow.com.

Private golf course:

Oakland Hills Country Club, Bloomfield Township; 248-644-2500, oaklandhillscc.com.

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