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Bar & grill with great food and great nightlife.
Formerly Bookies Tavern on Washington, the new Bookies offers three levels and a full service kitchen. On the first level, patrons can sit at the stone and granite bar while watching the game on one of 6 hi-def plamsa TVs. The second floor features a private VIP area and the third has a roof-top deck with its own bar. The kitchen features moderately priced American food such as soups, salads and sandwiches. The kitchen is open until 11 p.m., after which a scaled down version of the menu is availabe. Free shuttle service around downtown is available during lunch and happy hours. Call at least one hour before desired pick-up time. Free shuttle service is also offered to all major events in the downtown area.
Daily homemade specials plus burgers, sandwiches and more.
With its ambitious menu, the Broadcast Booth is more of a restaurant that is also a sports bar. Yes, the busy lounge is dominated by a huge U-shaped bar and scores of TVs; but other areas are sedate and smoke- and TV-free. Only $8.95 will score a “Hat Trick” appetizer composed of four buffalo wings, five crispy fried-ravioli bites stuffed with cheese and jalapeño, and a lively spinach dip. For many, the “mild” rendition of the juicy chicken will be plenty spicy. The ample portion of deep-fried but mercifully lightly floured little calamari rings with marinara is another decent starter. Most of the mains are less than $17, with the kitchen justifiably proud of its tender, fall-off-the bone baby-back ribs basted with a mild hickory barbecue sauce. The simple char-grilled Lake Superior whitefish with a wine-lemon-butter sauce is more sophisticated than one would expect in a sometimes-raucous sports bar, while the steaks are both generous in size and cooked to order. There are a few surprises among the other entrées that range from jambalaya, to scampi with squash, zucchini and tomatoes over angel-hair pasta to a hearty meat loaf with barbecue sauce, to boursin-stuffed chicken with spinach, mushrooms and sun-dried tomatoes accompanied by garlic smashed redskins. Penurious wine drinkers will enjoy the short wine list, and the bar flaunts a wide variety of mass-produced and boutique beers, with 47 in bottles and 10 on tap.
Classic, moderately priced Detroit bar & grill fare served in a modern upbeat and casual environment. Lunch and dinner are served daily Monday thru Saturday. Also open on Sundays during football season. Large HD plasma TVs and a huge 142" HD projection screen put everyone close to the action of the big game. The entertainment stage hosts the best in local, regional and national entertainers on the weekends!
Lively dining atmosphere with impeccable service and food preparation. Champps offers a large menu with something for everyone and enormous portions. A state-of-the-art video set-up shows all the favorite games — 16 TVs placed throughout the restaurant make every seat the best during a sporting event. Nightly game-show promotions each weeknight (cash and prizes!) and Thursday night karaoke. The perfect 'night out' for food, fun, family and friends!
Taking its name, of course, from the Jimmy Buffett munchies anthem, the place is suitably decked out in mass-produced tropical fish art, palm-thatched trellises, seashells and regulation tiki bar stuff. They concoct all manner of fun boat drinks using Hershey’s syrup, lots of flavored vodkas, rums and sticky liqueurs, garnished with baby bananas, pineapple and other fruit sculpted into freaky creatures, including a parrot wearing Ray Bans. As for the food, you can find its like in most cookie-cutter chain links.
Chesley's Bar and Grille has been called the "Cheers of Downriver" 'cause everybody really does know your name. A fun, casual atmosphere makes Chesley's a good place to relax with family and friends. Try the award-winning Ground Round with fresh, never frozen beef. Chesley's has been voted Detroit’s best burger in the Detroit News' "Michigan’s Best" contest for four years running.
Fine-tuned big food and beers served in a communal, beer hall setting in a former church. Serving hearty, rustic, provincial fare with thirty-five beers on tap, a full bar, and a martini and single-malt scotch menu. Hunker down at the Clarkston Union's communal seating and dig into a family-size tray of mac 'n' cheese. Gift cards are available and are good up and down the block at the Clarkston Union, the Union General Store, the Clarkston Cafe and Pizza Coco. Also, cigar-friendly with a raw bar Thursday thru Saturday. Breakfast is available Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Great food – fresh meat and vegetables delivered three times per week. Ground-round burgers and skin on our fries. Fish fry every Friday, with perch and Icelandic cod. A warm and friendly atmosphere with comfortable leather chairs. Not just a neighborhood bar – there's always something going on at Club Che-Vele. We've got sports specials, Monday happy-hour lunches, ball-team specials Monday through Wednesday, and karaoke Thursday and Saturday. Entertainment on Friday nights and free darts on Sunday. Parties welcome.
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