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Date Night: Ferndale

It’s Saturday night in Fashionable Ferndale: Time to take your girlfriend, boyfriend, or whathaveyou out for a night on the town. What to do, what to do? Well, how about these ideas? Of course, we’re always up for suggestions. Comment away!

Dinner

Take a trip down south to Howe’s Bayou.

New Orleans in Ferndale, per the site:

“Steaks, seafood, Sandwiches as well as traditional New Orleans favorites. Great selection of craft Beers, boutique wines and cocktails. Spring and Summer Street side dinning. Private and Business catering. Voted Real Best of Detroit Best Cajun Restaurant 2006 – 2010.”

Drinks

Billiards with the hip hip hipsters and delicious fuzzy beers.

In a former “massage parlor”, the Loving Touch is, per the metromix:

“A down-to-earth spot to chill with friends and enjoy a brew and a game of pool, The Loving Touch shows love by offering loads of drink specials and a cozy, relaxed environment. Check out the jukebox filled with classic hits (Marvin Gaye, Cars, Rolling Stones, Elvis, Bob Seger).”

And a Show

Edgy theater on Woodward — Flowers Up Her Attic at the Ringwald.

Per the metrotimes:

“This unauthorized parody of V.C. Andrews landmark novel “Flowers in the Attic” explores a tale of ultimate family betrayal and secrets! A young widow is forced to keep her four children locked in the attic of her sadistic mother’s mansion while she tries to get her act together. Christopher and Cathy are the eldest siblings, poor little Cory and Carrie are the hapless twins. Little does the children’s mother know the extent of what happens up in that attic!”

One response to "Date Night: Ferndale"

  1. LO_TS Oct 14, 2012 at 20:56

    We always head to The Oakland for drinks – they have some amazingly tasty cocktails! 

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