Elwood Bar & Grill
The closest in proximity to Comerica Park and Ford Field, Elwood is a convenient destination for nearby sports fans and showgoers. This historic art deco diner has all the staples: chicken fingers, burgers, sandwiches and salads. And, you’ll have enough cash left in your pocket for some cotton candy at the stadium.
Location, location, location. The Blitz is a delicious establishment located right inside Ford Field and serves up soup, deli specials, hot entrees and fresh salads, with your favorite local craft brews on tap. Open Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Bookies Bar & Grille
Bookies features three floors of fun decked out with big screens, complimented by a mouth-watering menu. Food and drink specials will keep you coming back for more.
The rustic atmosphere at Rusted Crow is a must see. Pair it with the gourmet burgers and home made spirits and you’ve got the perfect spot. They have a mac and cheese burger, need we say more?
Town Pump Tavern
The Town Pump Tavern‘s got you covered before and after events, with a $8 burger and beer special every day from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and live music after every home Tigers and Lions game, plus DJs on the weekend and more than a dozen beers on tap. And this hot spot’s only a couple of blocks from Detroit’s bustling entertainment district.
State Bar & Grill
This vintage joint prides itself on nachos, burgers and dogs that you can top with goodies such as sauerkraut, grilled onions or barbecue pulled pork. There are no frills, just food and fun before your downtown event. State Bar & Grill is located across from Comerica Park and Ford Field, next to the Fox with an entrance into the Fillmore.
Buffalo Wild Wings
Wings. Beer. Sports. That pretty much says it all. Choose traditional or boneless wings dressed in any sauce imaginable, or grab a burger or sandwich after sharing mozzarella sticks or fried pickles with the table. If you’re looking for a familiar atmosphere, “B-dubs” is the place to go.
Hockeytown Cafe is in the heart of Detroit’s entertainment district and offers everything from pizza and baked macaroni and cheese to fresh salads and homemade soups. The interior is adorned with Detroit decor and dozens of flat-screen TVs playing your favorite teams, making it a highlight of your night in The D.
Punch Bowl Social
Eat, drink and be social! Punch Bowl Social is a unique spot that houses a bowling alley, karaoke, arcade and living room-style lounging plus three bars and great from-scratch eats. Head here for a different atmosphere and adventurous menu items.
Cheli’s Chili Bar
Just a slap shot away from Comerica Park is Cheli’s Chili, where you can grab great drinks and American eats. Owned by former Detroit defenseman Chris Chelios, this restaurant and bar claims you never know who might show up.
Discover more places to visit in Detroit. Or, check out more restaurants near Ford Field.
- Elwood Bar & Grill
300 Adams Ave., (at Brush Street), Detroit, MI 48226313-962-2337 Highlight on map | More Details
- Bookies Bar & Grille
2208 Cass Ave., Detroit, MI 48202313-962-0319 Highlight on map | More Details
- Rusted Crow - Detroit
78 W. Adams Ave., Detroit, MI 48226313-782-4751 Highlight on map | More Details
- The Town Pump Tavern
100 W. Montcalm St., Detroit, MI 48202313-961-1929 Highlight on map | More Details
- State Bar & Grill
2101 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48202313-963-1778 Highlight on map | More Details
- Buffalo Wild Wings
1218 Randolph St., Detroit, MI 48226313-961-9453 Highlight on map | More Details
- Hockeytown Cafe
2301 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48202313-471-3400 Highlight on map | More Details
- Punch Bowl Social
1331 Broadway St., Detroit, MI 48226313-749-9738 Highlight on map | More Details
- Cheli's Chili Bar
47 E. Adams Ave., Detroit, MI 48226313-961-1700 Highlight on map | More Details