Downtown Plymouth, known for its history, its ice festival, and boutique shopping, is making a name for itself as a designation for nighttime fun.
Tony Bruscato, director of the Plymouth Downtown Development Authority
, says the city has hit the sweet mix of daytime vibrancy with boutiques, shops, restaurants, and soon-to-expand office space with nighttime action that's attracting 20-somethings on up.
The Detroit section of about.com
listed Plymouth in its top 10 up and coming neighborhoods for nightlife destinations. Bruscato says it's here and now.
There's live music and a lengthy drink list at 336 Martini Bar
, a DJ every Friday at Hermann's Olde Town Grille
, the Penn Bar and Grill, Sean O'Callaghan's Pub
, the Grape Expectations Wine Bar
The city nighttime vibe gets to pumping even more when the Music in the Air
concert series starts in Kellogg Park this weekend.
The concerts attract 3,000-4,000 people, Bruscato says.
"I think Plymouth is a good market. It's a good place to be right now," he says. "I think if you were looking for the cool downtowns Plymouth would certainly be one of those. We've really turned into a town for nightlife. A younger clientele is coming in. Larger business offices are moving in. Young families are moving in…We've been very lucky."Source: Tony Bruscato, director Plymouth Downtown Development AuthorityWriter: Kim North Shine