Getting out with a date or some good-time friends? Port Huron and the Blue Water region of Michigan is your playground! Here are a handful of night-out ideas for you to run with:
Dinner & a Movie
|Photo courtesy of Keith Macke|
Dinner and a movie is a classic date-night event. Now with Sperry’s Moviehouse right downtown, Port Huron is a great date destination with plenty of restaurants to choose from and the movie theater within walking distance of many places to grab a bite.Sperry’s own 2nd Floor Dinnerhouse (hint, hint: located on the 2nd floor of the movie theater) is a great option for dining. Its second story vantage overlooks Main Street and may be the only public area to see downtown from this height.
For a touch of old-time movie house magic, visit The Mariner Theatre of Marine City which shows classic movies and films. An antique popcorn machine, peanut roaster and period theater seats add to the ambiance of the throw-back scene. Upcoming features include The Mummy, showing on October 14 and Bride of Frankenstein, showing on October 28.
Live theater can be a riveting experience and the Blue Water region has excellent venues to catch a play, like the sister stages Snug Theatre and Riverbank Theatre in downtown Marine City. Tickets are available now for the comedy Moon Over Buffalo playing at the Riverbank Theater October 20 thru November 4.
Another lively performance will take place at McMorran Theater in Port Huron presenting the musical Rocky Horror Show on October 20 and 21. Just down the street the quaint but talented Citadel Stage will put on Frankenstein October 13-29 and 12 Angry Jurors November 10-19.
Challenge Your Wits
If out-of -your-chair fun is more your style, check out The Hallway Escape Room in downtown Port Huron. The objective is to gather the clues and solve the puzzles in sixty minutes or less. There are three themed rooms to choose from: casino heist, Thomas Edison time warp and murder mystery. Are you and your date or a group of friends up for the challenge? It’s a rush to escape!
Under the Stars
Get outside and wander the natural beauty of your Blue Water evening. Algonac, Marine City, St. Clair, Marysville and Port Huron have wonderful boardwalks and walking paths that stretch along the riverfront. Further north Lexington and Harbor Beach’s break walls reach into Lake Huron for a beautiful panoramic view.
Kick your feet up at St. Clair’s Riverview Plaza where their open air courtyard grants a gracious lawn, Adirondack chairs and gas lite fire pits for visitors to gather at and enjoy. Just across the street is the longest freshwater boardwalk in the world, so take a stroll!
There are many more great things to do on a night out in the Blue Water region. The most important thing is to enjoy yourself and your company!