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This local sports bar is the perfect spot to unwind after a long day with a beer and your favorite song on the jukebox. The casual atmosphere and friendly service is perfect if you want to watch a game on one of their televisions. The Detroiter Bar also serves great pub fare and is specially known for its burger and sandwich selections, although a number of American staples like Chicken Tenders, onion rings, Classic Potato Skins and Chili are also available. All in all, it's a fun spot to catch a game or simply unwind with friends.
Along with its good live Raggae, Blues and Alternative Rock music, The Well in Downtown Detroit is appreciated for its friendly service and reasonably priced menu. The bar is a fun place to hangout with a bunch of friends after a long tiring day or simply to people-watch while you nurse a beer on some of their busy days when they get a varied crowd. Game days see a lively atmosphere, with lots of cheering and revelry. With easily accessible parking and great bartenders if you're in the Downtown area, a visit to The Well is a must.
Bookies Bar & Grille is a downtown staple among sports fans when it comes to game nights. They have several screens as well as a HD projector that showcases live sports, all-day everyday. Enjoy happy hour with cocktail specials and classic American fare like burgers, wings, sandwiches, nachos and fried pickles. A table on their roof-top patio is arguably the best in the house. Moreover, this spot occasionally hosts live entertainment and private events.
Hockeytown Cafe is garish and gaudy, with the one of the brightest video screen and ticker scroll outside, along with a gigantic hockey puck and images of Wings legends. The inside is massive, memorabilia-choked and always crowded. The beer is cooled by a seven-inch-wide "ring of ice" and the food is more varied than the usual sports bar fare.
Right next to the old Tiger Stadium, Nemo's is one of the most popular sports bars in Detroit and it's especially cherished by Tigers and the Red Wing fans. On the menu, cheap beer, burgers and fries are par for the course, something everybody can agree with before or after a game. Since Nemo's is historic in the sports scene, the walls are decorated with newspaper clippings and pictures of Detroit's baseball victories through the years. Sports Illustrated named it the third best sports bar in the country in 2007 and although small and crowded, the atmosphere of warmth and enthusiasm make it one of a kind.
If you are looking for a cold beer and a great burger than look no further than Cutter's Bar and Grille. The burgers here are big and very reasonably priced, like the 16 oz. Bacon Cheddar Burger. There are also a variety of stuffed burgers that are filled with different melted cheeses. There is also a full bar that serves a variety of cocktails and a selection of beers. This is also a great place to watch a game, with its two huge televisions that are always tuned in. One can place order online as well on Mondays through Fridays from 11a to 3p.