Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Highland Park, Michigan, United States. Highland Park is a city in Wayne County in the State of Michigan, within Metro Detroit. The population was 11,776 at the 2010 census. The city is completely surrounded by Detroit except for a small portion that touches the city of Hamtramck, which is also surrounded by Detroit.
Things to do in Highland Park
4 based on 267 reviews
A fantastic evening of food and music!!!A great atmosphere and very nice place.The club is a true a jewel ! Beautifully authentic decorated as it was many years ago when the place was vibrant.The food was delicious!Service was fantastic!The music was great! What a performance?For sure a great experience and definitely a place to come back!!!!
Whisky in a Jar is a local neighborhood bar with two pool tables, mounted televisions and friends just getting together for a drink. Nothing special but old fashioned friendly neighborhood bar atmosphere.
4 based on 183 reviews
Went there after the famous âslow rollâParking lots are available but on the most you have to pay with app or credit card.There is nice large patio to sit outside.We ordered different beers and enjoyed them all. We tried also different Pizza but the comments were from ok till good. Some seem not long enough in oven others close to be burned. Friendly service and staff.
4 based on 151 reviews
This place is so good. The tacos are so good. They offer unique tacos and always push the envelope. They have great drinks and imperial beer from Costa Rica. The torta sandwich is so good u must try it. It gets very crowded so go early or be ready to wait. It is very cheap also especially for the quality and taste.
4 based on 489 reviews
Dime Store is an American Brunch Bar in downtown Detroit, Michigan, specializing in breakfast, lunch and booze. We use the freshest, high quality ingredients to handcraft distinctive dishes in a friendly, casual environment. From our House Sausage Omelett
...it's more than all right, it's excellent. I visited my brother in Detroit last week and we came to the Dime Store twice for breakfast. The first day I had the Spicy Belly Benny, pork belly on a biscuit topped w/two eggs and hollandaise sauce. I loved it. The second time I had the Duck Bop Hash, duck over home fries topped w/two eggs. It was maybe bit salty for me, but still delicious. Their regular omelettes also looked good, but their Bennys and Hash dishes were great. Nice environment, good service, fair prices. I don't think you can beat this place for a quality breakfast.
4 based on 59 reviews
Had I been able to eat simple, junk bar food, I'm sure I would have been very happy. Staff very pleasant and helpful. Steak was horribly overcooked - ordered rare but served well done (waiter took this off the bill). Corned beef tasted good.
4 based on 315 reviews
130 Craft beer taps, scratch-made food your mom would make if she loved craft beer and live entertainment in the Huma Room, our second floor venue.
We had dinner on a Friday night before going to the Detroit Symphony down the street at Orchestra Hall. The place was packed! It didnât take that long to get a table, but it took 1/2 hour to get the food. While we did arrive on time for the concert I would never try this combination again.Decorations are great: lots of good pictures from rock bands, nicely framed. The 2nd floor gives you a nice view of downtown Detroit and it has a stage for live music. Had the pulled pork sandwich: very flavorful. We also tried the chicken tacos: good, a bit too spicy for my taste. There is parking available. And the Detroit Q-Line stops right in front of the restaurant.
4 based on 214 reviews
Ate here on a Friday night and this place was hopping and full of people and activity.Burger and fries were huge and filling, and the ice cream bowls were the size of baking Mixing bowls. Huge ice cream deserts!Unique name adds to the appeal of a go to kind of place.Get the ice cream and share it!
On a mini Pub Crawl with my wife in downtown Detroit, we thought we should check this place out....so glad we did as it was/is quite interesting. The bartender was a young man who seemed like he was auditioning for the Lords of Flatbush movie. Very nice kid though. They had the movie Night of the Living Dead playing on the big screen the entire time we were there (a few beers around 3-4pm on a Saturday).The beers were cold and the conversation was good - what else do you want from a dive bar. I would definitely go back some time.
4 based on 70 reviews
First time at the Dakota Inn Rathskeller and enjoyed the now 85 year old business. Very good service throughout, decent German menu and good German Beer. Must make reservations, place fills up quickly. Nice crowd, we enjoyed the piano music and singing the German songs. Decent Jaegar Schnizel and sauerbraten, Tried the cheese and sausage platter as a starter. Nice fenced in parking lot for security. If you like German beer and food, check this place out.
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