Port Huron city hot spots

Good food. Booze. Good nightlife. Port Huron.

The Port Huron area offers a wide range of potential hang out spots for students and residents alike.

For students at SC4 looking for a close place off campus to hang out, drink some coffee, and eat a light meal, The Raven Cafe is an option for you. They are located on Military Street and offer live bands Friday-Sunday.

If you’re looking for a burger with some scenery, the Zebra Lounge is located on Quay Street. The Lounge is a nightclub, with a bar, and is connected to a bowling alley. According to detroit.metromix.com, the average price for a meal is under $9, but they only serve lunch and dinner.

Advertisement of discount for SC4 student’s business outside Deb’s Drawbridge Café, located on Lapeer Street near the SC4 campus.

Advertisement of discount for SC4 student’s business outside Deb’s Drawbridge Café, located on Lapeer Street near the SC4 campus.

Also located on Quay Street is the Quay St. Brewing Company and Restaurant. While mostly a bar, Quay also serves lunch, dinner, and dessert. The price range is from $9-15 according to detroit.metromix.com.

The Roche Bar is also a place to check out. Located down Quay Street, a review of the Roche by Chuck K on yelp.com reads, “…a great spot for some cheap drinks and some good people. Typically they have live music and it’s not too far from the other bars in downtown PoHo!”

Also a place worth mentioning is the Brass Rail Bar. Located on Huron Avenue, though this site offers very little in the way of food, but on yelp.com, the Brass Rail Bar is rated 4.5 out of five stars, based on nine reviews.

The Vintage Tavern is located on Michigan Street. They have two floors both with bars and dining available. Though the food is a bit on the pricey side ($4 for soup), according to a review by CSIMichigan on tripadvisor.com, he gave the restaurant 5 out of 5 stars and wrote, “I’ve been to the Vintage Tavern four times and each time, the food has been outstanding. The menu and wine list are both thoughtful and deliver.”

Overall on the site, the Tavern was given a rating of four out of five stars.

Keep these in mind next time you’re out and about. You don’t need to go far and spend much to enjoy a good night out or a quick meal.

Liz Whittemore

Photo Editor

One thought on “Port Huron city hot spots

  1. slight correction: Quay St Brewing Company, is, most definitely, “mostly” a Restaurant – full service. We have a nice bar area (two actually), but our emphasis is on dining/eating with outdoor seating (weather permitting); light, live-jazz duets, on Fri. & Sat.s and a menu that has both long term favorites (since 1997) and new/changed items about every 3 to 4 months. Prices $4-$17.

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