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1. Andrews on the Corner201 Jos Campau, Detroit
2. Thomas Magee's Sporting House Whiskey Bar1408 E Fisher Fwy, Detroit
3. Hockeytown Cafe2301 Woodward Ave, Detroit
4. The Detroiter Bar655 Beaubien St, Detroit
5. Nemo's1384 Michigan Ave, Detroit
6. Harry's Detroit Bar2482 Clifford St, Detroit
7. TAP at MGM Grand Detroit1777 Third St, Detroit
8. Coaches Corner1465 Centre St, Detroit
9. R.U.B BBQ Pub18 W Adams Ave, Detroit
As far as Red Wings fans are concerned, this is the place to be on game nights.
Donning a weathered, old-timey look, this young bar carries a whiskey-heavy beverage menu of over 100 different brands of the brown liquor, bottled brews, and a few beers on tap. There's not much food apart from salted nuts and chips, but the easygoing management will let you bring in outside food. Flat screens play "every sport, every game, every fight" and, while there's not much in terms of trendy foods or cool crowds, Magee's purist's mentality keeps the crowds coming during and after all sports events.
With its own merch store, Hockeytown Cafe pays homage to the Red Wings with tons of memorabilia, drinks, and bar snacks. And don't worry, even though there's a hockey puck on top of the building, the Tigers are shown equal respect.
What could be Detroit-ier than the Detroiter? Answer: nothing.
Nemo’s is a charmingly divey, Detroit mainstay featuring a host of America’s favorite bar foods like its world-famous chili, stacked club sandwich, hot soup, and hearty list of juicy, griddle burgers. The good ol’ reliable Cheeseburger, with gooey cheddar and standout fixings like crunchy, briny pickles, is our choice for best in grease. Have a can and enjoy a game at the bar in the cozy, weathered, and beloved watering hole — or take a free shuttle directly to the Tigers game. All aboard!
Harry's has plenty of attractive offerings in addition to its rustic, inviting interior: hearty plates like meatloaf and tandoori chicken, sweet snacks like Buffalo wings, and awesome specials, like $2 domestic drafts weekdays 3-7pm.
Replenish your buzz (but not your wallet) at this rustic watering hole inside the casino, where 50+ drafts/bottles and 40 TVs work tirelessly to distract you from imminent financial ruin.
Come to coaches ready to get rowdy and support your team. Also come hungry for some delicious Detroit-style pizza.
Tons of local Michigan brews, 30 TVs, and close proximity to Grand Circus Park make R.U.B. a great place to stumble into after a Tigers game (or to stumble from, before a Tigers game). Plus, a bunch of great BBQ dishes!