Date Night in Metro Detroit

By: Katie Goncalves | October 14, 2023
Couple have romantic evening in restaurant

One of the most important parts of any relationship is making time for each other. A great way to do that is by setting aside time to go out on a date night regularly. Date night is the perfect time to reconnect and try something new together. There are tons of great date night experiences across Metro Detroit no matter what your interests are. Take a look at these date night locations and book a night out with your favorite person.


310 South Troy Street, Royal Oak

Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle is an adults-only comedy club that’s been located inside the former Daily Tribune newspaper facility since 1990. Many well-known comedians started their careers through the comedy club including Tim Allen and Dave Coulier. Now, you can find shows several days throughout the week, all hosted by hand-picked talent by Mark Ridley himself. 

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3711 Woodward Avenue, Detroit

Detroit Symphony Orchestra is the perfect place for couples who love music to go on date night. “The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is a place to see, hear, and experience the remarkable. We’re pleased to offer a breadth of programming that runs the gamut from classical, pop, and jazz, to holiday music and film concert experiences. This season, our phenomenal Music Director, Jader Bignamini, leads a selection of masterworks ranging from Mozart to Marsalis. We’ll welcome renowned guest artists including pianist Yuja Wang, cellists Alisa Weilerstein and Sheku Kanneh-Mason, and pipa player Wu Man, among many others. Our pop offerings celebrate the best of Broadway, rock, Latin, country, disco, 80s music, and more; and our Paradise Jazz Series features legends like Terence Blanchard, Kenny Garrett, and Don Was. Elevate your night out in Midtown Detroit with a perfect soundtrack by your Detroit Symphony Orchestra,” says Jessica Ruiz, Senior Director of Artistic Planning at Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

detroit symphony orchestra performance
Photo courtesy of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra


1433 Woodward Avenue, Detroit

House of Pure Vin is a must-stop for wine lovers. They’ve partnered with one of only three master sommeliers in Michigan, Claudia Tyagi, to curate their collection of wines and champagnes. Not only can you buy ample amounts of wine at House of Pure Vin, but they also offer several unique tasting options. You can wine and dine with their Culinary & Wine Tasting Experience, try a tasting on demand with a flight of three wines in the store, or even host a tasting in your own home where the sommeliers come to you. 


131 Atwater Street, Detroit

Detroit Princess Riverboat hosts cruises down the Detroit River with a variety of different events. They offer lunch and dinner cruises as well as themed events from April through October of each year.


Multiple locations in Metro Detroit

The Arthur Murray Dance Studio provides beginner dance lessons, ballroom dance lessons, and dance classes for everyone. Whether you’re preparing for a special occasion or just want to go out and have some fun dancing, they have an event on their calendar just for you. They also teach various types of dance including Samba, Swing, and Tango. 

Couple Enjoying Night Out At Cocktail Bar


2211 Woodward Avenue, Detroit

Fox Theatre is the perfect place to catch a show for date night. As the largest theater in the city, the Fox hosts a wide variety of shows including comedians, musicals, bands, and so much more. They offer shows many nights of the week and matinee shows as well.