Detroit Cocktail Week announces 2018 line up


  • Tom Perkins

Detroit Cocktail Week announced its line up for the event, which begins Monday and includes,"creative and immersive programming including seminars, cocktail-paired dinners, and spirit-driven events," according to a release.

It culminates Friday with the Detroit Cocktail Classic at the Eastern Market, which DCW bills as "the cocktail party of the year ... featuring over 40 of the area’s most celebrated drinking establishments, spirits, and brands serving up craft cocktails."

This year’s participating Cocktail Classic establishments include The Apparatus Room, Bad Luck Bar, Bigalora, Candy Bar, Chive Kitchen, The Conserva, Cork & Gabel, Deluxx Fluxx, Detroit City Distillery, Empire Kitchen & Cocktails, Firebird Tavern, Grey Ghost, Honest John’s, Imperial, joebar, Kiesling, The Last Word, The Laundry, Lost River, Lumen, Mabel Grey, The Meeting House, The Oakland, Otus Supply, Pacific Rim, The Peterboro, Prime + Proper, Public House, Punch Bowl Social, The Relief & Resource Co, Roast, Rock City Eatery, The Root, Second Best, Selden Standard, Shewolf, Sidecar Slider Bar, The Skip, Standby, Takoi, Toasted Oak, Townhouse, Two James Spirits, Westin Book Cadillac, Wright & Company, and Willis Show Bar.

Find more info at the event's site.

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