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    Detroit Beer Co.
    Those who prefer the grape to the grain or even food to drink, should not be put off by the Detroit Beer Co.’s name. Like many “beer companies,” Detroit’s version on Broadway across from the Detroit Opera Theatre is more a full-service restaurant than a microbrewery, although it does offer a half-dozen unique quaffs. They have renovated downtown Detroit's century-old Hartz Building, and as many as 250 patrons could squeeze into the long narrow rooms, which include a spacious second floor devoted to nonsmokers and those who prefer an elevated view of Broadway. Along with such traditional pub grub as buffalo wings, nachos, quesadillas, burgers and pizza, the bar and grill offers a variety of dishes that transcend the genre, including generously portioned appetizers that emerge from their second-floor kitchen, such as seared, Cajun-seasoned chicken dippers, thoughtfully accompanied by a mildly sharp honey-mustard sauce ($8.50). Another appetizer worthy of dipping is silky-smooth hummus with warm pita ($6.95), though the otherwise respectable, tangy spinach and artichoke mélange may strike some as overly cheesy ($7.95). Several bean and cheese dips round out the starters.Entrée-sized salads average around $8 and range from Michigan cherry and Sante Fe chicken to barbecued-chicken chop. Cheese and beer dominate many of the entrées, most of which are slightly less than $10. All of this can be washed down by the Detroit Beer Co.’s splendid brews, best introduced by a tray of five-ounce samples of five of their finest ($6.50).
    Michigan's finest brew-on-premise microbrewery. Make your own beer and wine in our facility and make a party out of it. Tap room featuring six beers on tap. Beer and wine available for take out.
    Dominick's
    Located south of U-M's Ann Arbor campus is a restaurant decked out with a sprawling patio and lots of sangria. Dominick's serves up pizza, pasta, apps and sammiches. A favorite is the chicken quesadilla (which you can never go wrong with) and tomato bruschetta on a toasted baguette. All Michigan microbrews are also on tap including Bell's. Outdoor seating available in three spots: the balcony, the front or the back yard — your choice!

    $1 domestic drafts daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $1 draft beer of the month till 8 p.m., and 20 beers on tap.

    Dragonmead
    A unique European pub-like atmosphere with board games and puzzles. No television or food. Bring your own food, or order food to be delivered at the bar. A place to talk and play while sampling 30 beers on tap or some of our hand-crafted sodas. English cask ales also available. Recently awarded Best Amber Ale and Best Belgian Ale at the 2001 World Expo of Beer in Frankenmuth, Michigan, and Best Dark Ale at Chicago's Real Ale Festival. Also named Michigan's Best Brew Pub by Michigan Living.

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