Game Time!

Five spots to eat, drink, and watch the Super Bowl LIII


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The 53rd Super Bowl is this Sunday, Feb. 3, and a number of metro Detroit bars will be screening the playoffs between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams. We’ve gathered the best places to score pitchers of beer, order wings and nachos, and even win a “47-inch flat screen all while watching the big game.

Second Best

The neighborhood bar is kicking-off their viewing party two hours before kick-off at 6 p.m., offering their full-menu along with chicken wings, nachos and $5 pitchers of beer. While the game plays on large flat-screen TVs and the saloon’s eight-foot screen project, one lucky football fan will go home with the evening’s giveaway prize: a “49 plasma television.” 41 Watson Street, Detroit; 313-315-3077;


The stylish sports bar at the MGM Grand Casino boasts over 40 HD flat-screen televisions for guests to enjoy the game along with an impressive lineup of snacks and libations. Bring a group friends and order the super sub $19 layered with deli meats, banana peppers, lettuce tomato provolone on a house baked. Or go for the wing bowl for $25. Wash it down with All-day pitchers of Budweiser, Goose Island, and Corona Light start at $13, drink specials at $8, and during half-time pints will be $4. 1777 3rdAve., Detroit; 313-465-1234;

Eastern Market Brewing Co. 

This Eastern Market brewery and bar is well-known for its wide selection of house-made craft beers like the Resilience IPA or White Coffee Stout which makes it a perfect destination for Game Day festivities. From 6pm to 10:30 EMBC will be hosting a rousing Super Bowl party that you won’t want to miss out on! 2515 Riopelle St., Detroit; 313-502-5165;


A Grand Rapids export with locations in Detroit, Royal Oak, Ann Arbor, and seven locations across the state of Michigan in total, there are over 100 types of beers at Hopcat ranging from lagers and ales to wheats, ambers, and brown. Soak it all up with nachos, fries, and stuffed burgers. 4265 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-769-8828. 208 5thAve., Royal Oak; 248-556-2202. 311 Maynard St., Ann Arbor; 734-436-2875.

CK Diggs 

The Rochester Hills Pub will open its doors by 4pm for the big game. The bar offers over 41 draft beers and 120 different beers in bottles and draft and will have food and drink specials all night long. 2010 W. Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills; 248-853-6600.


What are you doing for the Super Bowl? Let us know in the comments below!

Related: 10 Things to Do This Weekend (Feb. 1-3)

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