10. Harry’s Detroit – Detroit
Great spot Downtown Detroit. Specials, lots of TV’s and food is good.
9. Hermann’s Olde Town Grille – Plymouth –
Great spot in Plymouth, good beer selection, nice menu and specials.
8. Bailey’s Sports Grill – Dearborn –
Good food, lots of beers on tap, plenty of TV’s.
Tavern on The Main
7. Tavern on the Main – Clawson –
Tavern burger, couple beers and games.
6. Gator Jake’s Bar & Grill –
Good specials, lots of TV’s.
Rub BBQ Pub
5. Rub BBQ Pub – Detroit –
BBQ and games. Plenty of beers to choose from and good specials.
Ironwood Grill in Plymouth
4. Ironwood Grill of Plymouth – Plymouth –
Pizza is good, ribs are well prepared. Specials and lots of TV’s.Doc’s Sports Retreat
Doc's Sports Retreat
3. Doc’s Sports Retreat – Livonia –
Food is good, specials are nice, plenty of TV’s to watch all the games on.
2. Dooley’s Tavern – Sterling Heights –
Pizza, Burgers, Beer and games.
1. Lakepointe Yacht Club – Livonia –
No explanation needed.
CK Mediterranean Grille features authentic Mediterranean food served in friendly atmosphere by a customer service-focused staff and also operates an exceptional catering service.
Everyday, more and more people are trying to limit their intake of both carbohydrates and fats. The menu offers a variety of homemade Middle Eastern dishes utilizing only the freshest ingredients, consistent with their high standards for quality without added carbohydrates and fat.
They offer a menu of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern prepared dishes that include but are not limited to: A variety of salads, soups, appetizers, falafel, kabobs, vegetarian items, grilled meats, poultry and combination plates. Some of the signature dishes include vegetarian favorites like the Falafel , Hummus made daily, Fattoush Salad and their amazing Crushed Lentil soup.
CK Medterranean Grille also offer up some of the best wraps in Detroit (available in white or wheat pita), such as a Beef or Chicken Kafta or the Chicken Fattoush wrap. For those looking for a Vegetarian wrap choice, included are the Grape Leaf, Mujadara with fried onions, and Falafel. For a little bit more you can add hummus and CK Grille’s garlic sauce to your gourmet wrap; and for an extra $2.99, you can make it a combo with soup, salad or rice, and a drink.
Whether it’s lunch, dinner or catering your office event, CK Mediterranean Grill looks forward to providing you with the best meal and the most fantastic service.
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The next stop on our historic tour of culinary Detroit is in one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, Corktown. Founded by metro Detroit’s vast Irish-American population, Corktown is home to many traditional Irish Pubs, none more steeped in tradition than the Old Shillelagh. So what characteristics do all Irish Pubs share? What makes a bar worthy of calling itself an Irish Pub? Despite the onslaught of bars around the city calling themselves “Irish Pubs” around St. Patrick’s Day, a true Irish Pubs must strictly follow a couple of strict rules.
- The “plastics” rule: If, around St. Patrick’s Day, a bar has any sign of green plastic shamrocks, green plastic cups or anything green and plastic for that matter, it is not a true Irish Pub.
- The “green beer” rule: Similar to the “plastics” rule, if, on St. Patrick’s Day, a bar serves any type of green beer that is not Miller Lite, the bar is not an Irish Pub.
Detroit's Old Shillelagh Irish PUb
With that said, few places in Detroit can proudly bear the name “Irish Pub”, but of those that do, one of Corktown’s favorites is The Old Shillelagh. John Brady and Charlie Taylor opened the Old Shillelagh in February 1975 and the pub quickly became a success. The third generation of Brady’s now runs The Old Shillelagh which has since been expanded to include a second floor. A rowdy hangout year-round, the pub is packed to capacity from open to close during the St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
Since its opening almost 35 years ago, the Old Shillelagh has remained true to its Irish roots by hosting authentic Irish bands, a large Irish (and non-Irish) clientele and, of course, corned-beef sandwiches. A trip to Detroit simply isn’t complete without a visit to The Old Shillelagh, whether you’re Irish or not., This traditional Irish Pub has phenomenal food, an incredible beer selection, a lively, fun atmosphere, great live entertainment 7 days a week and to top it all off, a fantastic friendly and attentive staff. It is one of Detroit’s true culinary gems.
For more information about The Old Shillelagh, visit them at http://www.miflavor.com/detroit/restaurant/Old-Shillelagh_346. Also search for other fantastic Michigan eateries, read about daily breakfast, lunch, dinner and drink specials and even print coupons to various local bars and restaurants at michiganflavor.com – The place to go before you go out!