Mr. Flood’s Party opened in 1969 by Ned Duke, a local of some nefarious repute. “Flood’s” (in local parlance) was located downtown on the northeast corner of Liberty and Ashley, kitty corner from the 24-hour Fleetwood Diner. One of Ann Arbor’s first “hip” bars, with music 7 nights a week (and many afternoons), it was a rustic, old-time spot with its oak-paneled walls covered with memorabilia and photographs. The decor was classic saloon with long wooden tables, a tiny stage up front, antique mirrors and a sound system housed inside a vintage Wurlitzer jukebox. Mos def a 70’s and 80’s legend in A2 — as well as a great place to hang out, meet other people and listen to
excellent local music.
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