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View Poll Results: Best "Party Scene" City
Miami, FL 8 18.60%
Las Vegas, NV 20 46.51%
New Orleans, LA 4 9.30%
New York, NY 5 11.63%
Honolulu, HI 0 0%
Nashville, TN 0 0%
Chicago, IL 2 4.65%
Los Angeles, CA 0 0%
Austin, TX 2 4.65%
San Juan, PR 0 0%
Another city (state below) 2 4.65%
Voters: 43. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 04-09-2015, 12:34 PM
 
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LMAO! what a load of bull. We have jobs here. Michigan's unemployment rate is less than one percent higher than national average. Most people who party have to be able to afford to (have jobs). And Royal Oak and Ferndale replacing the city? I don't think so. There are far more clubs and bars in Detroit. As spread out as metro Detroit is, Detroit city is still the hotspot for entertainment.
I was being facetious about the jobs things dude. But the rust belt does party hard. I don't like Detroit's scene it very hipster or very hood. Royal Oak, Ferndale and Birmingham were more normal. The clubs there were more "let's fist pump and meet hot girls" whereas Detroit clubs were more "this is such a cool new indie band, can I get another microbrew?" Or "yo I kill you fo talkin to mah woman *gunshot*"
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Old 04-10-2015, 12:28 PM
 
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I was being facetious about the jobs things dude. But the rust belt does party hard. I don't like Detroit's scene it very hipster or very hood. Royal Oak, Ferndale and Birmingham were more normal. The clubs there were more "let's fist pump and meet hot girls" whereas Detroit clubs were more "this is such a cool new indie band, can I get another microbrew?" Or "yo I kill you fo talkin to mah woman *gunshot*"
Ha ok I see. If your into the pop music scene then yeah your probably right. I don't mind the "hood" crowd because I'm used to it, they party hard, as long as it isn't completely ghetto, that's where the violence comes in. I know one of the pop radio stations in Detroit 95.5 host at clubs in the city. I know one is inside of MGM Grand, I think it's called V nightclub. I've never been inside of the club (yet) but the crowd in the casino standing in line to get in looked like the "fist pump" crowd and I can tell it was packed. If your ever back in the city you will probably like it.
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