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Abars is one of the last original roadhouses, dating back to the days of prohibition. We offer a limited menu featuring burgers, wings and a clubhouse. Our huge deck offers the best view down the Detroit river. Mondays $2 burgers, Tuesdays Free Pool, Wednesdays 2-4-1 Wings, Thursdays $2.50 Well Drinks and Bottled Beer, Fridays DJ Clean, Saturdays Live Music. We have something for everyone. Halibut and Fries every Friday!
Casual waterfront dining, open year 'round. Daily specials.
A quaint and intimate atmosphere with fireplace and outdoor deck. Watch Monday night football with $1.50 domestic beer specials. Bumpers Techno Wednesday features resident DJs on the decks, playing techno, trance and house (drink specials and no cover). On Thursdays, it's BOT (Bumpers Open Table), for DJs, by DJs. Bring your own vinyl and headphones; 30-minute slots, all styles welcome.
Come party on the water at Club T'zas: Thursday are "Thirsty Thursday" with .25 cent draft beer, 18 & over welcome $1.75 Longnecks, contests and giveaways!!!!

Friday: No Cover Charge!!! $1.50 well drinks all nite. Contest and giveaways and games!

Saturday: All nite dance Party! DJ Dave plays hits from Yesterday and Today, from hip hop to rock to booty! Drink and shot specials, games, contests, and giveaways!

"The restaurant offers a serene view of the blue waters of the St. Clair River accented with the white sails and wakes of the pleasure boats, huge lake freighters and ocean ships, or 'salties' as they are called. The restaurant is entirely decorated in wooden panel boards that give it a warm lodge feeling. A front porch, which is very popular for dining, contains two rows of tables merely an arms distance from the water. On Sundays the restaurant offers a fabulous Sunday brunch with live, strolling Dixieland Jazz" – From the River Crab's Website.
With over 40 years of history, the Roostertail has made its mark on Detroit. Originally downtown's premiere host of the early Motown scene, the Roostertail is now a special events facility on the Detroit River. The boat race weekend in late summer cannot be missed. The Roostertail boasts the largest all weekend boater party for this 'Gold Cup' occasion. The party starts early Friday morning and doesn't end until late Sunday night.
Friendly neighborhood restaurant and tavern. Exceptional lunch and dinner specials. Pizza, Italian, great steaks, children's menu... right on the price, right on the lake, right on the way home!
Dinner at Sindbad’s is roadhouse fare, in a multilevel restaurant with a view of the Detroit River. There’s an emphasis on steaks, chops and especially seafood. Try their fresh-made beer batter. Seafood appetizers include Snug Harbor mussels or Campeche Bay shrimp, and New England clam chowder. Steaks include a 16 oz., certified Angus beef center cut New York strip ($26), a choice 8 oz. center cut filet mignon with zip sauce ($27) and the “Coxswain’s Striker,” a choice 9 oz. Delmonico steak ($17).
Located on the Detroit River with a 10,000 square foot deck and Tiki bar. Dining inside, catered and hosted parties. Live entertainment nightly. Large dining room with dance floor and fireplace, VIP area, game room with large screen TV and leather couches.
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