I get a lot of searches guided to my blog looking for a girls day out around Detroit. This post is an attempt to fill that void since it seems like a lot of ladies are looking for fun things to do!
Let’s face it, ladies…sometimes there are just some things the men in our lives don’t want to do. So, when that is the case, plan a girl’s day out!
Here are itineraries of fun girly things to do in 5 different metro Detroit communities, researched and compiled by yours truly based off of some of my own experiences. I tried to keep budget in mind as well, hence the lack of spa treatments!
Morning: Start the morning off right with a workout that’s actually entertaining…like pole dancing for beginners at Vixen Fitness.
Night: Hoot and holler at the Motor City’s toughest chicks – the Detroit Derby Girls – aggressively skate their hearts out (select dates).
Noon: Painting With A Twist. Get artsy (even great for those who are not artsy at all) and BYOB. The gals will love it!
Night: After BYOB at Painting, hit up a late show at Go Comedy! Improv Theater and get your giggle on. Just wear waterproof mascara because you might laugh until you cry.
Morning: Eat breakfast at Café Muse, a European-inspired spot.
Noon: Shop! Stroll around downtown, stopping at all the fun boutiques. Be sure to check out all things chocolate at Gayle’s Chocolates and grab some apps and a few glasses of wine at Vinotecca…and then get even more wine samples at Vitner’s Cellars.
Night: Drag Queen Bingo (on select Fridays). ‘Nuff said.
Morning: Mani/pedi at Luv Nail Salon (just $30 for the classic).
Noon: Take a tour of the historic Meadowbrook Hall and be sure to stroll in the gardens, too. Bring a camera for photo ops. Follow-up with the Royalty Tea at the beautiful Royal Park hotel’s Brookshire Restaurant.
Night: Make a batch of wine at Fieldstone Winery and be sure to get plenty of tastes of their delish specialty wines.
Morning: Volunteer at Vista Maria, an awesome non-profit making major strides for at-risk girls.
Noon: Tour the beautiful grounds at Greenfield Village while taking in a bit of history. Or, if you’d rather experience some of the Middle Eastern culture present around the little D, try La Pita for lunch, followed by dessert at Shatila.
Night: Happy Hour at Crave Lounge – yummy rolls and of course, enough Saki bombs to get your girlfriends to gossip.
What did I miss? Where do you like to go for a gals night out around metro Detroit?