Stonehouse Bar – Cool Place to Visit in Detroit #6
Stonehouse Bar in Detroit is unique in many ways, from the screen door to the wide variety of drinks on the menu.
History of Stonehouse Bar
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The building that now holds Stonehouse Bar was originally a farmhouse that was built in the 1860s. This two story, white brick building was later converted into a general store and then the Stonehouse Bar that we know and love today. This has been known to be a biker bar, so don’t be surprised if you see a row of bikes out front.
Stonehouse Bar provides an authentic atmosphere. It is unique in that it looks similar to what you would find in a house in that neighborhood. The screen door opens to a wooden bar with a warm atmosphere and local entertainment on Saturday nights. During the summer, the backyard is open with lawn games to enjoy.
Stonehouse Bar Details
Stonehouse Bar is the oldest continuously licensed bar in Detroit. It is open for dinner, weekends, and late nights, so you are sure to find a time that works for you.
This Detroit bar offers many food options. The menu includes appetizers, “On the Side,” pasta dishes, main entrees, and desserts.
They also offer a wide variety of beer and spirits.
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