Beers, Cocktails, And Live Entertainment At Lo-Fi

. December 31, 2018.
Lo-Fi bar

The newest venture from Micah Bartelme and Andy Garris, Lo-Fi is a laid back bar located just below their more upscale spot (Nightcap). With a space designed by Synecdoche Design Studio, a mural by French artist Nelio and a bright neon dragon showcased behind the bar, Lo-Fi’s neon motif bathes the night with arthouse ambiance. Look forward to enjoying bottled and draft beers, cocktails, and live entertainment. The owners are also considering adding karaoke, art shows and stand-up comedy to their regular line-up.

7pm-2am
220 S. Main St. (lower level)
734-369-6070

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