Fourteen East (15 E. Kirby, Detroit): Drink specials "Hellfire Mocha" and "Snow Angel Hot Chocolate," with a portion of proceeds supporting the Marche.
Avalon International Breads (422 W. Willis St., Detroit): Discount of 25 percent off. Specials include Velour Rouge Whoopie Pies, Cherries Jubilee Croissant, and Mama Mia Focaccia, plus "a few delicious devilish menu features."
Blick Art Materials (4501 Woodward Ave., Detroit): Mention the Nain and get 20 percent off. You can also register to win a Nain Prize Pack filled with great Nain inspired items.
Detroit Shipping Co. (474 Peterboro St., Detroit): Drink specials all day during Marche du Nain Rouge, as well as live music and entertainment from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. including the Bananacondas and Kelsie Cork & The Swigs, and DJ sets from DJ Jaco, Lady SSE, and Marcie Bolen.
Founder's Detroit (456 Charlotte St., Detroit): Party begins at 11 a.m. with red beers, grill specials on the patio, music from the the Aston Neighborhood Pleasure Club, and more.
Honest John’s (488 Selden St., Detroit): $8 Valentine Bloody Mary's and mini High Lifes all week long.
Mario’s Detroit (4222 Second Ave., Detroit): $5 Irish Coffees and $5 Bloody Marys during the Marche.
Selden Standard (3921 Second Ave., Detroit): Food and cocktail specials during the Marche.
Traffic Jam and Snug (511 W. Canfield St., Detroit): Crawfish boil, King Cake, “Tasmanian Red” beer, and more.
Treat Dreams (4160 Cass Ave., Detroit): Spicy hot chocolate and Mexican chocolate ice cream on Sunday.
Union Street (4145 Woodward Ave., Detroit): Nain-inspired special menu with stuffed peppers, gumbo, jalapeño cornbread, red devil torte, and more. On Sunday, drink specials include $1 Hamms and a Bloody Mary bar.
WILL Leather Goods (4120 Second Ave., Detroit): Discount of 15 percent on Sunday, free coffee.
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