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In 1837, when state leaders selected a small township nestled at the confluence of the Grand and Red Cedar Rivers as the state capital, fewer than 10 registered voters lived here. From these humble beginnings, Lansing quickly became one of the Wolverine State's most dynamic social and political centers. By the late 19th century, the capitol was completed and an intrepid local, R. E. Olds, completed his latest invention: a three-wheel vehicle powered by a steam engine. Over the years, the auto industry has stood as Lansing's lifeblood, making it the "Car Capital of North America." Indeed, Lansing and the Capital City region have much to offer world-class museums, fine universities, tranquil green spaces, historic neighborhoods, and unique shopping districts. Visit the renovated Old Town, where turn-of-the-century brick buildings have been restored and renovated and are now home to a potpourri of galleries, antique shops, and restaurants. Spend an evening in East Lansing, home of Michigan State and the Spartans, which offers visitors the bohemian flavor of college town life with a neat collection of specialty shops, collegiate bars, and fast food joints.


Bars and Date Spots:


The Exchange
314 E Michigan Ave
Lansing, MI 48933

Designed to inspire visions of grandeur and dollar signs, this Michigan Avenue watering hole attracts a fairly upscale crowd of downtown professionals and cocktail connoisseurs most of whom swear that the bartenders here shake up some of the Capital City's most potent Manhattans. A copper-topped bar, weathered brick walls, and exposed ductwork create a Wall Street-style setting, and the live band usually plays classic rock, blues, or some cool jazz to complete the swanky scene. Follow the spiral staircase at the rear of the building, and you'll find yourself in the smokers' loft, where patrons relaxing on cozy couches and lounge chairs can enjoy their own bar and a few stogies.


Beggar's Banquet
218 Abbott Rd
East Lansing, MI 48823

Set along an East Lansing side street, this noteworthy haunt is homey and pub-like, with a more mature clientele than the town's usual collegiate watering holes. Stained glass light fixtures, dark wood paneling, and original artwork in the main dining area set the scene. A cozy bar area greets patrons at the main entrance, and it's here that you can strike up a conservation with one of the regulars or a member of the wait staff, most of whom are well-versed in everything from "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" to the latest baseball standings. The menu features such classics as garlic seared chicken, London broil, Portobello stuffed with crabmeat, and seafood capellini. On cooler evenings, a bowl of the Banquet's famous "Sympathy for the Devil" chili goes a long way toward warming one's bones.


Harper's Restaurant and Brew Pub
131 Albert St
East Lansing, MI 48823

One of East Lansing's more popular restaurants and watering holes, this brewpub boasts a swanky bar area surrounded by high bistro tables and booths. Huge beer vats stand in plain view like sentries, letting you know that the beer is, indeed, brewed on-site. Behind the bar is a massive composite video television system that can feature up to six channels at once. Of course, the true stars here are delicious home-brews, Spartan Wheat, Grove Street Pale, Scotch Ale, and Belgian Tripel. When school is in session, Harper's downstairs area hosts some of East Lansing's best dance parties. Fantastic happy hour deals and nightly drink specials make Harpers a great spot to visit.


Green Door Lounge
2005 E Michigan Ave
Lansing, MI 48912

When it comes to finding a great place downtown to enjoy live jazz or blues, most locals will point you to the Green Door, which features terrific live acts six nights a week. Conveniently located between the capitol and the MSU campus, the Green Door attracts a hodgepodge of students and young professionals, who enjoy the dark, lounge atmosphere, cheap American brew, tasty pub-grub, and "smoke-if-you-got-em" policy. In what has become an annual no-brainer, the Green Door usually tops the "Best of" list that the "Lansing State Journal" puts together each year.


Spiral Dance Bar
1247 Center St
Lansing, MI 48906

Many locals regard this as the Capital City's premier gay dance club, featuring retro and Top-40 parties and professional house DJs skilled at keeping the fun going long after old folks have hit the sack. The club's stylish interior features weathered brick walls juxtaposed with red velvet drapes, a stainless steel bar, contemporary hand-wrought furniture, and bizarre mirrors. The result is a Gotham-meets-South Beach scene that attracts a mixed crowd of locals, students, and tourists. The club is divided by an expansive window-wall into two sections: a video bar area and a dance floor.


Tripper's Sports Bar and Restaurant
350 Frandor Ave
Lansing, MI 48912

Billed as Mid-Michigan's biggest sports bar, Tripper's offers a TV (50 of them!) in almost every nook, cranny, alcove, or corner you can find, and you can bet that some form of sporting event (from Big-10 hoops to Aussie-rules football) will always be on. Should you need to work off some beer and fried foods before heading home, the bar provides a score of pool tables, dartboards, and the aptly-named Arena, where you'll find free-throw shooting machines, motorcycle and car simulators, and video arcade games. The pub menu features everything from prime rib au jus and teriyaki salmon to a mushroom and provolone burger and brat with kraut. Trippers is popular with MSU fans, especially since head football coach Bobby Williams and men's hoops coach Tom Izzo broadcast weekly radio shows from the bar.


Ricks American Café
224 Abbott Rd
East Lansing, MI 48823-4340

Rick's is arguably one of the best joints in East Lansing to catch up-and-coming live acts. Bands with names like the Foster Kids, Jedi Mind Trip, Global Village, and Green Trio have rocked college kids, who in turn laud the bar's oft-cheap beer specials. Things tend to get loud at Rick's, so if you're looking for a quiet place to enjoy a cold one, this student-friendly bar probably isn't for you. On Monday nights, Rick's changes themes a little and becomes one of East Lansing's wildest dance venues, with Hip-Hop, retro, and Top-40 tunes blasting away until closing.


Peanut Barrel
521 E Grand River Ave
East Lansing, MI 48823

This cozy college-town bar and grill is a favorite haunt with students, but also with alumni and even faculty. A great place to catch a game on the tube or just kick back and hang with locals, the Barrel offers patrons video games and a dartboard, not to mention a refreshingly funky selection on the classic jukebox. Cool hand-painted murals grace the base of the bar, and the youngish bartenders are apt at mixing up your favorite cocktails, pouring a headless beer, and tossing out a witty comment or five. And, as per the name, baskets of peanuts are readily available.


Riviera Cafe Restaurant Lounge
231 Mac Ave
East Lansing, MI 48823


Known to regulars as simply "the Riv," this East Lansing watering hole is a terrific place to encounter some local color, grab a cold one, and catch a game on the tube. The attitude is warm and inviting, this is the type of joint that makes college towns so hard to leave, and you might even end up with a few new drinking buddies when it's all said and done. A handful of televisions surround the seated area, and you can usually expect to find a few people willing to challenge you in round or two of cricket. The telltale green and white tiles let you know immediately that this place is a "Spartan den," and walls are littered with all sorts of dorm room decor comic book cutouts, beer signs, and MSU odds and ends galore.

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