DETROIT, MI - One of the best sports cities in the country is Detroit. There are plenty of places to gather with your friends and enjoy a cold beer while watching the game. These are some of the best sports bars in Detroit you should go for a good game night.
1. Thomas Magee’s Sporting House
For soccer fans in metro Detroit, this English-themed bar in Eastern Market is the place to go. It's the local hangout for Liverpool FC fans in Detroit, and it's always showing soccer matches from around the world. While there is no food available, The Proper frequently serves English breakfasts during morning events.
2. Harry’s Detroit
Harry's is a two-story restaurant with an outdoor patio located right next to Little Caesars Arena. On both levels, there are televisions, as well as plenty of tables and high-tops to complement the bar. While you're there, order some wings and try the mac & cheese.
3. MGM Grand Detroit
Inside MGM Grand Detroit, there are two spots for sports fans. There are more than 50 beers on tap, more than 40 televisions, and food available from breakfast to midnight. For those who have overindulged, there is even a late-night menu.
4. The Detroiter Bar
The Detroiter comes to mind when you think of a traditional sports bar. There are televisions for everyone, as well as a good selection of beer and food. The saganaki sausage is unique – flaming saganaki topped with their flaming sausage.
5. Detroit City Clubhouse
The Detroit City Clubhouse is a new soccer bar located inside the Detroit City Fieldhouse, which serves as the practice facility for Detroit City FC. They have a number of televisions and open early for soccer games. Drinks, food, and delicious English pies are available.
6. Anchor Bar
Anchor Bar has several TVs throughout the bar where you can watch the game while enjoying great beers and food. You must try the famous totchos, which are tater tots topped with cheese and other ingredients.
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