by Filter D
Hello lovers, and those still in the hunt. This is your time of year, and here are a few places that you might want to see and be seen during Valentine’s Day weekend.
Wanna party to synthpop, electrodiscofunk and New Wave? So do we. Try Fierce Hot Mess Friday, Feb. 12, at Oslo (1456 Woodward Avenue). Designated driver recommended. DJs Dre and Adriel Fantastique. 18 and over welcome. 10 p.m. $5.
Lovesick? Here’s the cure, called, oddly enough, Lovesick, brought to you by the new wavers at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD, 4454 Woodward Avenue, Detroit) Saturday, Feb. 13, 8 p.m. DJ’s Frankie Bank$ and Johnny Saco. $10 at the door. Cash bar.
There’s plenty of good options for a romantic dinner with your chosen one, but let’s stay on Woodward Avenue with our picks and head over to the Whitney (4421 Woodward Avenue, Detroit’s Midtown) Feb. 13-14, 5 – 9 p.m. The mansion will provide a warm and cozy 115 year-old backdrop to your XXX’s and OOO’s. This year, the Whitney will feature a four-course meal, all non-alcoholic beverages and a champagne toast. Following dinner go up to the Ghostbar for a jazz and blues performance by the Coachmen. For dinner reservations call 313-832-5700.
And at Atlas Global Bistro, the V-Day weekend specials begin Thursday and roll on through Sunday, when Taittinger Brut is only $9 a glass or $45 a bottle. Pair that with any of Chef Christian Borden’s special specials or choose the there-course prixe fixe for $36 per person.
Atlas Global Bistro is at 3111 Woodward Avenue, in Detroit’s Midtown. Call 313-831-2241 for reservations.