Whether you watch for the love of the game or for the commercials, Super Bowl Sunday is a time for loading up on nachos, wings, and all other manner of delicious food. Here's a guide to eight great game day dining options in Detroit, for every kind of football party. Some restaurants are showing the game on big screens and all of them will leave you well-fed on Super Bowl Sunday.Read More
Where to Eat on Super Bowl Sunday
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Tap Sports Bar
Located inside the MGM Grand, TAP sports bar offers a relaxed dining atmosphere in a pub dedicated to sports. From top to bottom, TAP is decorated in memorabilia and offers 60 flat screen TVs, so you’ll be hard pressed to miss a touchdown. The restaurant tends to fill up quickly on big game days, so grab a seat early.
Bookies Bar & Grille
Consistently rated one of the best places in Detroit to watch sports, Bookies Bar and Grille has plenty of seating near plasma screen TVs. The menu includes plenty of shareables as well as sandwiches and burgers.
Looking for a great burger? Nemo’s Bar in Corktown offers large burgers with special sauce that go perfect with a game whether it’s football, baseball, or hockey.
The Old Shillelagh
This Irish pub offers 25 TVs. The bar has standard draft beers and plenty of burgers and sandwiches to satiate your game day cravings. The finger food menu includes soft pretzels, jalepeno poppers, onion rings, and more.
Located just north of Detroit, Rosie O’Grady’s has blends the trappings of classic Irish pub with a sports bar. Order a pizza and a beer and settle in for the game.
The Pour House
With loads of interesting craft beers on tap, The Pour House gastro pub in Madison Heights offers a sports bar experience for the beer connoisseur. It also has a fully stocked liquor bar for those looking for something a little stronger than ale.
Located on Beaubien Street, the Detroiter Bar is a great place for to grab a bite during Sunday’s game. From loaded fries to breaded mushrooms and jalapeno poppers you won’t go hungry. Fans also say they have one of the best burgers in the city.
Want to try a game invented in Detroit while watching the Super Bowl? Fowling Warehouse opened last fall in Hamtramck, introducing the city to a game that's a hybrid of football and bowling. Fowling Warehouse has televisions, two bars, and occasionally welcomes a food truck into the parkinglot. The lanes are open late on Super Bowl Sunday.
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