Mutiny Bar

Detroit, MI
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4654 Vernor Hwy
Detroit, MI
Opened in November 2017
Wed 5pm-midnight
Thu-Sat 5pm-2am
Sun 5pm-midnight
Closed Mon, Tue
(313) 406 - 4043

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Mutiny Bar

5.7

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Detail
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Decor 5.9
Drink Quality 7.3
Drink Selection 6.3
Mood 4.5
Music 2.9
Service 8.3
Tikiness 4.7
Tilt 5.8
Vibe 5.2

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Humuhumu’s description

Mutiny Bar opened in Southwest Detroit in November 2017 by Dave Kwiatkowski's Detroit Optimist Society bar group. The bar's vintage wood paneling is in place, topped with some added bamboo and thatch touches. The decor includes fish nets with colored Christmas lights on the ceiling, tiki and nautical pieces hung on the walls, and a selection of framed vintage menus from the area's mid-century Polynesian restaurants. The team of bartenders has been playing with tiki drinks in the Detroit area for years, and the menu is mainly focused on their own tiki-inspired creations.

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July 15, 2021, 7:07 PM
An excellent music selection and a projector with flicks playing (while we were there, it was a Japanese Godzilla movie and then an American greasers-in-Hawaii type movie). The drink menu was split between classics and originals, and my drinks were assolutamente delicious. The Zombie came complete with a nice fire show as some herbs were set on fire and Allspice was drizzled on top. The atmosphere was sufficiently dark and escapist to my taste. Service was great and the staff were very accommodating and chill. There was an Indian food truck park outside with delicious paneer wraps. Would recommend!
creatinemachine
creatinemachine is a semi-regular at Mutiny Bar.
March 5, 2020, 2:34 AM
Its a little out of the way from Detroit downtown in Mexican town. The area is a little sketchy but its safe if you are smart and dont wander around drunk.

The name, drinks and decor are good. Its worth a visit if you are in the Detroit area. The vibe is muddied by the music and crowd. Since El Club is a popular music venue a few blocks away, I feel that the bar tries to cater to those leaking from the shows. The menu is all tiki drinks. The selection on the menu does try to appeal to the uninitiated but there are plenty of choices for experienced tiki fans.
Lisa
Lisa has visited Mutiny Bar.
October 4, 2019, 5:12 AM
The House Shot *tastes* unbelievably great, not “takes”.
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