'Best Bars In America' celebration at Lager House tonight, with Royal Blackbirds, and steak

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Because PJ is a righteous dude, and everyone loves his bar/ restaurant/ venue/ record shop, we'd like to remind you that tonight is a special night at PJ's Lager House in Corktown. Tonight is Steak Night, which is reason enough to celebrate, but the spot is going to be featured on Esquire TV's Best Bars In America show. How righteous is that?


We'd like to quote our own Michael Jackman on the event:



TV party — You may have noticed that Esquire TV's Best Bars in America has been dabbling in Detroit lately. A recent show featured Berkley's Vinsetta Garage, for instance. That wasn't the only place hosts Jay Larson and Sean Patton have visited in town. This week's episode focuses on PJ's Lager House in Corktown, and PJ and the crew are throwing a viewing party to celebrate. PJ tells us, "The kitchen will be open, the episode will play, and we'll party with sets from the Royal Blackbirds and Doop & the Inside Outlaws after the show." Pre-show drinks at 8 p.m., episode airs at 9 p.m., and live music begins at 10 p.m., on Wednesday, May 27, at 1254 Michigan Ave., Detroit; 313-961-4668; free.





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