Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Flint. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Flint is the largest city and county seat of Genesee County, Michigan, United States. Located along the Flint River, 66 miles (106 km) northwest of Detroit, it is a principal city within the region known as Mid Michigan. According to the 2010 census, Flint has a population of 102,434, making it the seventh largest city in Michigan. The Flint metropolitan area is located entirely within Genesee County. It is the fourth largest metropolitan area in Michigan with a population of 425,790 in 2010. The city was incorporated in 1855.
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3 based on 22 reviews
I was at the bar the entire time but the food looked wonderful! I had a few drinks due to it being my 21st, and the lady at the bar was very helpful with recommendations on which drinks to get. The lemon drop shots are to die for. They were out of most of their liquors, and that was very disappointing as there were things that were advertised that I REALLY wanted to try, but I can do that next time.
4 based on 15 reviews
YOUR SEARCH FOR A MOUTHWATERING MEAL IS OVER Discover what makes us a preferred bar and grill in Flint, MI When you hear the words "bar and grill," do you think of an inviting establishment with big screen TVs and delicious burgers? You'll find all that a
Nice clean restaurant, was hoping for some more memorabilia from MSU. Gave their lunch special burger a try it came with fries for 8 dollars. The burger to my astonishment was EXCELLENT best burger I have had in Flint. Son had the Mac & cheese that he raved about. We will definitely be returning.
4 based on 13 reviews
Stopped in for lunch during a visit to Flint. The food, service, and price far exceeded expectation. Sat outside on a beautiful day. Bikes were in and out throughout the time, but it wasn't biker only. In fact as we were eating a father and young son came in and ate. Everyone was very friendly and the food was great.
4 based on 50 reviews
Eat. Drink. Be Happy. What does it take to be a regular at Bar Louie Flint? An enjoyment of the craft and the desire to experience something out of the ordinary. From our Chicago roots, we've always known that having a comfortable place to hang out, get g
Being out on a cold day shopping with my daughter, Bar Louie looked very warm and inviting. We were greeted by a server rather quickly who took our drink order and then our food order. Food took awhile and was average, similar to ruby tuesday. The waitress never came back after serving our food to check on us. We finished eating and sat there about 15 to 20 minutes waiting until I was finally able to catch her attention and ask for the bill. The best quality of the restaurant is the atmosphere, cozy with a fireplace and bottles of wine displayed on the wall. Will try again some day in hopes that service improves.
4 based on 16 reviews
Enjoyed the burgers, fish & chips, wraps and sandwiches. THUR night special offers wings @ 45 cents each -- a delicious bargain. Select apps are 1/2 price during happy hour. Nice selection of craft beers. Service is friendly and consistent. Casual atmosphere, however I did see a beautiful bride, groom and wedding party enjoying burgers and beers one night. Fun place.
4 based on 43 reviews
A tiny place off the main drag in downtown Flint with very limited seating and an ever-present scent of stale beer and grease presents the best burger in Flint! This place is a serious dive, but it is the kind of dive you should definitely want to go to! I always recommend it to people from out of town who want a low-key atmosphere with drinks and a great burger. It is pretty much a Flint staple, and has been for years. Last time I went, they could make a pretty mean mule. The crowd is a good mix of newly 21's and people comfortably into their adult years. Even if you are just out bar hopping downtown, this is a must.
4 based on 42 reviews
Excellent, food, service, drinks (full bar) ample parking. Extremely friendly atmosphere and Great food.Reminds me of the neighborhood bars in Chicago from my younger days. Will definitely become regulars here.I wish they as many restaurants do make their French fries in the same oil as their Sea Food. I am deathly allergic to seafood but, I love French fries. Just an FYI most restaurants do this!
4 based on 81 reviews
The Avo-Cobbo salad had two half slices of avocado (about a tablespoon size) that were partially brown. Yuck! The chicken on the salad was a 2â by 3â thin breast that was dried out and rubbery. Very little tomato. The two small pieces of garlic bread were stale. Yuck! It was basically a big bowl of lettuce.
4 based on 121 reviews
Went for a quick dinner and was not disappointed. We both ordered pizzas - which were served fast, hot and delicious! Nice selection of beverages as well. Service was good too!
4 based on 43 reviews
Soggy Bottom is a neighborhood bar whose owner decided he didn't want to serve mediocre bar food. The result is Soggy Bottom now serves upscale bar food. Don't think this means anything fancy because it's not. It's the same bar food you're used to, it's just prepared using better ingredients and with more concern for the final product. Overall, I found the food to be of a far higher quality than one would expect from what is essentially a dive bar. The bar itself is rather dark. The atmosphere is a blend of hipster and working-class. While I was there, I noticed a number of younger college kids drinking limited release craft beers while waiting for the live music to start along with what appeared to be the local drunk drinking Budweiser at the end of the bar.
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