American Fifth Spirits is Lansing's only distillery.
At the heart of the Stadium District is Cooley Law School Stadium, home of the Lansing Lugnuts minor league baseball team. The Outfield apartments, which are actually located in the outfield of the stadium were recently highlighted in Sports Illustrated. The Stadium District is only a couple of blocks east of downtown's Washington Square and the Michigan State Capitol Building.
Many new and old restaurants, such as the Nuthouse Sports Grill and the Lansing Brewing Company, are located in the Stadium District. There's also the Lansing City Market and Rivertown Adventures if you're feeling like taking a trip on the river.
Hot dogs and Mexican one block east of Lugnuts Stadium!
Batter Up Bistro uses sources their ingredients locally if possible and it shows.
The fastest growing coffee franchise in the Midwest serving the world's best coffee.
Relaxed or Wild? The decision is yours at harem, Lansing's first urban lounge.
A gallery and design studio from artist Tiffany Klein.
The Lansing Brewing Company is open in downtown Lansing!
Lansing City Market, a proud charter member of the Michigan Farm Market Association, was establis
The Nuthouse Sports Grill came to be around the same time as the Lugnuts opening season.
Rivertown Adventures is located at the Lansing City Market and provides kayak, canoe and paddlebo
Stober's has been open since 1933 and received Lansing's first liquor license after prohibition.
From the roots of Famous Taco comes Ruben Aldaco's Taco 911.
The beer selection is phenomenal and the location is great.
The Loft is an entertainment venue located above Harem Urban Lounge and The Tin Can.
The Tin Can bar specializes in cheap booze, cheap food and cheap friends.
What Up Dawg is nestled amongst a few of the bars on Michigan Ave and serves up some awesome hot
1,650 SF Class A executive office space available in downtown Lansing’s Stadium District with pri
Rare, restored century old brick buildings house the custom builds. These true b
Located directly across Michigan Avenue from the Lansing Lugnuts baseball stadium, the Stadium Di
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