Art, Architecture and Great Wines! Multiple Detroit venues paired with select wines and appetizers - sounds too good to be true! The wine stroll will provide attendees an opportunity to check out several architecturally significant buildings while enjoying select wines paired with an appetizer at each of eight unique venues.
2016 Stroll Highlights: We sampled wine at several new locations in Detroit’s historic Kales Building in Grand Circus Park as well as one of the newest bars to open downtown: Queen Bar Detroit.
2017 Stroll lineup to be announced soon!
Advanced tickets are $45.00. ($55 at the door!)
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Participants must be legal drinking age, and must provide identification.
What are the parking options at the event?
Suggested parking at the Opera House Garage, 1426 Broadway Street, with entrances on John R. Street and E. Grand River Avenue. Alternate parking at the Z Lot, at the corner of E. Grand River Avenue and Broadway.
What are my transportation options?
This is a walking event only. There is no shuttle.
What about rain?
We stroll rain or shine. Please keep an eye on the weather and dress accordingly. We will not refund tickets due to rain or inclement weather.
What does my group check in to the event?
Check in is located at 1565 Broadway, at Angelina's Italian Bistro.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact us at: [email protected] or (248) 582-3326.
By purchasing a ticket, I hereby waive The Detroit Area Art Deco Society its officers and employees from any liability of injury, loss or damage to personal property associated with activities participated in the Detroit Wine Stroll and participating Detroit venues located from Grand Circus Park to Campus Martius Park. I acknowledge that I understand the waiver described in this document. I also acknowledge that I am at least 21 years of age. Waiver is made to the maximum extent permissible under applicable law. I acknowledge that I have agreed to this document under my own free will.
Detroit Area Art Deco Society
The Detroit Area Art Deco Society, a private not-for-profit corporation was founded in 1986 by a group of collectors and enthusiasts interested in the Decorative objects, architecture and style of the Art Deco period.