29101 Commerce Dr.
Flat Rock, MI 48134
Phone: (734) 782-9898
Fax: (734) 783-5029
29101 Commerce Dr., Flat Rock, MI, US, 48134
- Phone: (734) 782-9898
- Fax: (734) 783-5029
Bars & Cafes
The Crimson Lounge in Riverview offers relaxation, and rocking live music on weekends. A favorite watering hole among locals, the bar attracts patrons with its selection of premium craft beers. Walk in on weekdays and avail the beer specials and discounts on offer. Apart from enticing the crowd with drinks and friendly hospitality, the lounge also aims to provide a platform for talented artists and musicians by hosting exhibitions and concerts. Upcoming rock bands like Parabelle, Crackjaw and Taproot have graced the Crimson stage in the past and charmed the audience with their original scores.
Hooters of Taylor, a beach-themed restaurant serves fast food like sandwiches, burgers, onion rings and various drinks. But don't forget to try out their most popular dish, 'Original Hooters Style Wings' being served by Hooter girls in cheerleader outfits. Hooters promise a fun and relaxing environment.
Mallies Sports Grill & Bar is a casual bar in the quiet town of Southgate. But what makes Mallies stand out is that, it is home to Guinness World Records' awarded humongous burger. With The Absolutely Ridiculous Burger, Mallies broke their own record for the world's largest, in 2012. Weighing 338.6 pounds (153.58 kilograms), this burger can be purchased for USD1999, making it one of the most expensive burgers in the world as well. The menu however, features a regular fare of sandwiches, salads, pastas and appetizers, at rates that will go easy on your pocket.
The Rockery has been a mainstay in Wyandotte since the 1940s. This watering hole prides itself on a selection of over 80 craft beers and spirits from breweries across Michigan. Grab a pint at happy hour to go with classic pub fare, and avail their nightly specials, from Tuesday's free pool to open mic Saturdays. Occasionally this bar plays host to live gigs and dance events.
Wings Bar & Grill is conveniently located in the Days Inn Detroit Metro Airport. A full menu that includes burgers, steaks, seafood, chicken, but the specialty at Wings, as you can imagine is the wings. There are also flat-screen televisions at the bar to watch the big game as you enjoy your food and drinks.
The Romulus Athletic Center offers many different avenues to achieve a healthy lifestyle. With a gymnasium, indoor pool, and climbing wall, this is a great venue for any active person, and especially for those who get bored doing the same workouts every day. Call or see the website for more information.
The Ha'Penny Restaurant and Pub is an Irish Pub and restaurant located in the Detroit Metro Airport Marriott. The menu features Irish staples like a Reuben sandwich, fish and chips, and Shepard's Pie. Sirloin Steak, Filet Mignon are also available if you're looking for something a little more hearty. The entrance to the pub features a magnificent wooden doorway, lending it an old-world charm. Revel in an Irish experience at Ha'Penny.
The All Around Bar prides itself on its clientele. From youngsters to parents to single mothers and waitresses, everyone frequents this joint. You can also rent out the place for private events like weddings and parties. Various national music artists like Bobby Bare, David Allan Coe, Atom Smash and more have performed here.
Club Polo is a popular nightspot in Down River that comes complete with darts, pool and a huge dance floor with trendy laser lights to add to the experience. A much sought-after location, the club is a firm favorite with students as well who have an entire night dedicated to themselves. The music is upbeat and features noted DJs. Plenty of offers on drinks are also easy to come by here.
See live musical performances at Simon's After Dark.
Easily one of the most popular restaurants in the neighborhood, Pete's Garage has many USPs apart from the delicious All-American, Tex-Mex grub it serves. Not your regular, run-of-the-mill restaurants, this place will really make your day! The funky looking joint done up in a relaxed but uber cool style has many on-the-road paraphernalia including real cars, road signs and much more that will inspire many photographers. As for the seating options, well, you can opt for the classic booth tables or, step into one of those old cars and get served Pete style. Fairly priced and sporting a great vibe, Pete's Garage is almost always busy; reservations are recommended.
Miller's Bar, despite the name, is actually best known for what comes out of its kitchen rather than behind the bar. Since 1941 Miller's has been serving up a simple menu: burgers, with Swiss cheese or Velveeta, fries, onion rings and tuna, corned beef, ham and grilled cheese sandwiches. But what they are really known for nationwide is the burger, which is hand ground daily beginning at 4a. Standard condiments are available as are onions and pickles, but you won't find any lettuce or tomato here - don't worry you won't miss it!