Miles of

Bars – LGBTQ Friendly

110 E 14 Mile Rd
Clawson 48017
51 W. Forest Ave.
Detroit 48207
2233 Park Ave.
Detroit 48201
Centaur Art-Deco Martini Bar

Art Deco masterpiece of a martini bar, in the historic Iodent building. Located directly behind the Fox Theatre in the heart of Detroit’s sports and entertainment districts. This is not specifically an LGBTQ bar, but does attract an eclectic, hip crowd. Extensive cocktail menu. The kitchen is open 7 days till 2 a.m. offering an interesting small plates menu. This spot’s elegant décor and two-level design includes a dance floor and plenty of nooks and seating for a private encounter.

516 East Liberty
Ann Arbor 48104

Ann Arbor’s downtown nightclub, Necto attracts people from University of Michigan’s campus and the surrounding area. Multiple weekly & special events including: Factory Monday – an industrial / Synth pop club night; Thursday Mix featuring concerts & events; Pride Fridays is LGBT night, but welcoming other nights too. The Pride night has been a staple in Ann Arbor’s gay scene since 1984. PRIDE Friday’s are well known for it’s special events and guest artists. Check out the website for special performers.

Ann Arbor
345 East 9 Mile Rd
Ferndale 48220
32 E. Grand River
Detroit 48226

But don’t be confused by the name. It’s not about Queens as in gay men. Queens is named after the NYC borough – the owners have another Detroit bar named Bronx. Although not specifically an LGBTQ bar, Queen’s Bar has an unpretentious vibe and clearly welcomes LGBTQ patrons with a super-friendly staff that is very open. It has large windows wrapping around the exterior that let in plenty of light. A clean lined bar design mimics the curved corner of the building, and there’s a cool streetside patio. They have a kitchen and offer a grill menu.