Thirsty? Beers, mixed drinks, shots-- take one for the team at one of these Detroit staples.
#1: Sports bars
Andrea K. FarmerTake one for the team at these sports bars
February 19, 2009
Step inside this humble, laid-back watering hole and you'll see that The Detroiter has the soul of a sports bar and is proud of it.
Located conveniently close to Detroit's major sporting venues, the Anchor Bar is a haven for those in need of a postgame beverage.
A fun, vibrant sports bar in the heart of downtown Detroit, Cobo Joe's offers great beer and excellent food without breaking the bank.
This legendary 1965 Corktown spot was named the number three sports bar by Sports Illustrated the year Detroit hosted the Super Bowl. 'Nuff said.
The wood-paneled walls and dartboard give the Well a traditional British pub feel for sports fans and non-sports fans alike.
The vibe is relaxed and easy and and on home-game days and nights, sports fans can easily fill its two floors of tables.
This downtown staple might be owned by a Red Wing, but this lively bar is a favorite stop before and after all Detroit sporting events.
Burgers and pizzas make up most of the menu, but the vibe is fun and the choice of beers exceptional.
A fun atmosphere where music and sports are the ultimate line-up.
More of a bar than a restaurant with a dimly-lit interior, dining room pool table and diverse alcohol selection. What sports fan could ask for more?