Metro Times’ Hall of Whiskey returns to the Fisher Building this weekend

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  • Ashley Toodle

Forget the boughs of holly. ’Tis the season to deck the halls with whiskey, as Metro Times’ annual scotch, bourbon, and whiskey-tasting event takes over the stunning lobby of Albert Kahn’s architectural masterpiece, the Fisher Building, for a pre-holiday soiree. Hall of Whiskey’s distilled delights also include a growing list of rare sips and surprises. To soak up your samplings, all tickets come with endless whiskey-paired bites supplied by Royal Oak’s Bistro 82 and all are invited to enjoy the smooth sonic stylings of Planet D Nonet featuring Tbone Paxton.

In the meantime, you can see photos of last year's event here.

Event begins at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 30; 3011 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit;; Tickets are $75-$85  and include 10 drink tickets as well as whiskey-paired bites; VIP tickets are $100 and include early entry, access to a VIP area, valet parking, plus a tasting glass and access to top-tier pours.
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