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Casual pub featuring 65 beers on tap, plus a large bottled beer list. More than 60 single-malt scotches and small batch bourbons. Kitchen open late.
The Front is a mainstay in downtown Berkley, doubling as an American biergarten as well as a martini lounge. Patrons can choose to enjoy the Old World charm and laid-back style of the downstairs or to chill out in the '50s-style lounge upstairs, where live music plays every weekend.
Part of a rapidly changing strip of Michigan Avenue on the west side of Dearborn, this family-style corner bar has a great beer selection for those brew mavens who investigate beyond what's on tap, including a good selection of bottles from Michigan. Expect beer specials and a chance to shoot some pool.
An Irish theme greats you along with multiple big screen plasma TVs, a dance floor and an array of excellent food and beverages. Our menu features Irish favorites such as corned beef & Sheppard's pie, along with a wide variety of items guaranteed to satisfy anyone in your crowd. Enjoy multiple beers from our taps as well as nightly drink & shot specials. Watch your favorite college or pro game. Reserve "Bo's Den" upstairs or "Red's Den" downstairs for private parties. Hang out and have fun in our signature "copper" bar, dining & dancing area. Lounge on a couch downstairs or play pool and darts in the gaming area.
Featuring an amazing 600-beer menu, including 40 draughts from around the world. Newly expanded for family dining. Try our famous steak sandwich and you'll come back again and again.
Daily homemade specials plus burgers, sandwiches and more.
Downtown Detroit's upscale hideaway on the third floor of 35 West Grandriver. A variety of music, poetry, and artistic vibes, from reggae, hiphop, and house to open mic poetry and many more special events. call 313-963-6034 for more info
"The Dakota Inn Rathskeller is the only remaining true ethnic German restaurant in Detroit. It is the type of classic German Rathskeller or Biergarten that was a mainstay of German immigrant community, and still has the very best German cooking in the city."

Since 1933, Detroiters have gotten their fill of bratwurst at The Dakota Inn, which offers a Bavarian style menu in an old Heidelberg atmosphere. Serves up three different types of schnitzel. Gift certificates are available. Reservations are recommended for Friday and Saturday.
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).
Jacoby's has been a favorite downtown Detroit eatery and hangout since 1904. The main floor dining area retains that classic appeal, but many don't realize that Jacoby’s hosts live music from lots of local bands in its upstairs lounge. Call for scheduled acts.
Downtown Ypsilanti's oldest drinking establishment features food, beverages and live entertainment seven days a week. The atmosphere is relaxed and casual, catering to a diverse clientele. The original woodwork and tin ceiling have been carefully maintained. The Tap Room features a selection of 63 bottled beers and 9 drafts, 4 of which rotate on a monthly basis. The menu features a broiled 1/3 pound burger and a variety of fresh soups, salads and subs. For your late-night hunger attacks, the Tap Room serves a variety of munchies until midnight. The kitchen opens at 11 am for lunch.
Around the world in 250+ beers ... this is Detroit's 'Libation Ground Zero.' Here is where good friends meet great beer. If selection is what you're looking for, head to this little beer room on Charlevoix. It’s small, dark and offers more than 200 beers, including Belgian ales and other foamy delicacies.
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