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The Gold Dollar was a legendary Cass Corridor bar that hosted drag shows for three decades and later featured the White Stripes’ first live show.
During its last incarnation, the bar sold beer from urinals, and food came in a dog bowl.
The Bronx Bar has reopened after bricks from a neighboring apartment crashed through the rear of the building, damaging the kitchen and bathroom late last week.
Cascading bricks damaged the rear of the Cass Corridor watering hole.
There’s nothing like it in metro Detroit – four bars, ping pong tables, arcade games, bowling lanes and enough space for 1,000 people.
The two-story bar offers 130 beers, food and an entertainment venue.
The dive bar has taken on a more futuristic tone and offers live music and art shows.
There are few establishments left between Midtown and downtown with as much character, earnestness and hometown flavor.
The tenants, who escaped unharmed, tried to save their three cats but it was too late.