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It's a great name, but that's as far as it goes. O'Blivion's takes bar food to new lows. The Greek salad is mostly iceberg lettuce, the "awesomeburgers" are not. Friendly service and close to Tiger Stadium, though. *
Dj-Karaoke ever Thursday at 8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday at 9 p.m. Also, shuffleboard, darts, bowling, 2 pool tables, Keno, and brass pole and bikini dancer on Thursday nights. A fun place to party.

O'Henry's recreates the elegance and warmth of Victoriana with furnishings and decor of the time. They''ve collected antiques from "the old country" as well as from homes and shops across America. The library woodwork was found in a mansion in Belgium, brought to America and reassembled here. The black walnut paneled walls in the lounge and dining room were retrieved when a world-famous hotel in Montreal, Quebec closed its doors.

Located inside the Holiday Inn Select of Auburn Hills, the first O’Malley’s in Michigan opened recently. It’s an Irish-themed tavern which serves Irish food as well as American cuisine. The menu features appetizers, great sandwiches and salads. Food and beverage director Mike Grouzard recommends their 22-ounce T-bone steak, stuffed fried mushrooms, Black Angus steak and burgers, and their fresh fish and chips. Also available are smoked mackerel and rack of lamb. With its long hours, O’Malley’s serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and late dinner. A mix of traditional Irish folk and contemporary music plays daily. Weekend entertainment features live performances by local musicians. There are big screen TVs for sports fans, and shuttles to major events; also darts, pool and video games.
A 5 year-old, mid-sized Irish brew pub with fine food. O'Mara's brews their own beer in 15-gallon kegs. Entertainment five nights a week. Sunday features an all-you-can-eat-brunch for $8.95. The outdoor patio opens in mid-May. Full service restaurant-bar in a casual atmosphere.
The Grill is a step up from owner Mike Sophiea’s last restaurant, Rumors, the now-shuttered, venerable burger-and-beer joint that arrived on Main Street in 1985, when then-sleepy Royal Oak was best known for its army-navy store. Compare those humble beginnings with a menu that spills over with filet mignon, peppercorn sirloin, blue filet and pecan-encrusted trout. With a full kitchen ably presided over by Chris Lambert, formerly of Big Buck Brewery, and his two capacious rooms patrolled by Sean Gagnier, formerly of Bacco and Forté, Sophiea’s new enterprise fills several gaps on the Royal Oak entertainment-dining scene by providing live music Tuesday through Saturday and traditional American cuisine at decent prices.
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