28049 Wixom Rd.
Wixom, MI 48393
Phone: (248) 504-5080
Fax: (248) 504-5070
In complete contrast to its rather somewhat lackluster name, Liquor Store promises lots of fun. The lively bar is the destination of choice for young professionals looking for a place to drink and dance. On the menu is a great selection of cocktails and other spirits to get the night going. The mechanical bull presents a stiff challenge once you're up for it. The DJ whips up potent mixes to get the dancing started.
Tonic Night Club is full of surprises! Its vibrant atmosphere will almost make you feel as if you have been thrown into an array of vivid colors, lights and sound from all directions. Fashionably dressed people come to Tonic to get the most out of their time—all in just one night! You can well imagine the intensity with which Tonic thrusts fun into the air.
Run by local legend Amir Daiza, Elektricity is the premier electronic music club in the area. Its modern-looking decor and funky music scores with the locals. The local stop for many top international DJs, tickets for the shows are available at the door and online. Many events are 18 and over only.
Big Shots caters to an older group of locals than other night haunts in Pontiac. Located on North Saginaw, it usually plays the Top 40 tunes and a selection of hip hop and techno numbers. Dinner and drinks are served during regular hours.
If you are looking for an out an out frisky night in the city, do check out Tiki Bob's at South Saginaw near Huron. The club is a zealous zone of freakish events, dance, music and non-stop fun. The website regularly furnishes information about its upcoming events, so you can feed yourselves with the requisite information, and then head to TBC to seep into their madness! Don't forget to follow their dress code, though. TBC does have a strict dress code amid all the eccentricities that it pumps.
Ever been to a nightclub that screens movies? Well, here is one at the Eagle Theater, in the beautiful city of Pontiac. The club has a Spanish appeal to it's facade—a strong Moorish skill standing as high as three stories. The arches, the stucco, tiles from red quarry and many other such components present a stripped-down nuance that echoes from every detail of the building.
iLounge is located in Clutch Cargo's. This nightclub breathes new life into a historic church with an array of concerts, gigs and club events. Enjoy premium cocktails and spirits in an urban chic ambiance. Popular music styles resonating here include techno, electronic dance, hip-hop and pop.
Edison's provides live entertainment and loads of opportunities for dancing. The nightclub features blues, rhythm and rock music that are much enjoyed by the crowds. Drinks are served comprising of vodka, champagne and scotch. It is open from 8p onwards on Friday and Saturday. The venue can also be rented for private events.
This long established LGBT nightclub offers two full bars, a large stage and dance floor. Live entertainment takes place most weekends often featuring drag queen's, comedians, bands and impersonators. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed with an accommodating and friendly staff. As indicated by the name, Stiletto's clientele is mainly women, however everyone is welcome and is sure to have a good time!
Restricting yourself to a few drinks may well be frowned upon by the patrons at Limit Cocktail Lounge. Part of the Novi nightlife scene, the club first opened its doors in 1998. For over a decade, Detroit natives have frequented the place and have left it smiling (and, not to mention, completely sloshed). While the service is scarce, orders are taken quickly and promptly. Smokers who plan to quit will like the non-smoking policy instilled at the club.
Necto appears to be a small regular nightclub, but enter it and it will surely surprise you. Loud eclectic music will welcome you, while the DJ churns out foot-thumping music. The lively ambiance and party mood will compel even a non-dancer to shake a leg. Each night has a different theme, with Fridays being Gay Night, whereas Mondays are dedicated to the Gothic genre. The drinks served here go well with the mood of the place, and the decor is complimented by the right use of bold lights.
The building housing Cavern Club was originally used as a mill. Now, it hosts some great local and national acts.