• The former Bagley Central bar has been turned into “Nightmare on Bagley,” a Halloween-themed bar with festive decorations, music, and drinks like the “Bloodrita.”

Detroit's Nightmare on Bagley pop-up to bring 'freaky funhouse' Halloween vibe

Susan Selasky
Detroit Free Press

Following the success of several themed pop-ups in southwest Detroit’s former Bagley Central, InLaws Hospitality is back with another. Heading into the Halloween season, the group's “Nightmare on Bagley” pop-up is now open with a spooky, festive theme.

Nightmare on Bagley will offer a Halloween-themed drink and food menu matched with a playlist of devilish and spooky tunes. Its drink menu includes the “Bloodrita,” with tequila, lime, pomegranate and orange; and “Peaches & Scream” with whipped cream vodka, peach, pineapple and grenadine. Wines and local beers will also be available.


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InLaws Hospitality is the group behind Green Dot Stables, Johnny Noodle King and Yellow Light Coffee/Donuts. It’s the same space where they brought Blitzens on Bagley during last year’s holiday season and Vixen’s on Bagley for Valentine’s Day.

“We want On Bagley to be the place for Detroiters to go when they want to celebrate,” said Christine Driscoll of InLaws Hospitality. “We love Halloween and all its delightful frightfulness. We’ve turned Nightmare on Bagley into a freaky funhouse to get everyone in the Halloween spirit.”

Nighhtmare on Bagley pop-up in southwest Detroit.

The Halloween-themed and decorated space, 2545 Bagley St., will be open 5-11 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday through Nov. 5. More information: onbagley.com.