Jacoby’s German Biergarten

11 of the oldest bars in Detroit

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2-Way Inn

Read the complete Detroit Metro Times list (with descriptions).

These Detroit watering holes have been around for decades.
By Michael Jackman

The Two Way Inn – 17897 Mount Elliott
The Painted Lady Lounge – 2930 Jacob St., Hamtramck
Tommy’s Detroit Bar and Grill – 624 Third St.
The Stonehouse Bar – 19803 Ralston St.
Jacoby’s German Biergarten – 624 Brush St.
Ye Olde Tap Room – 14915 Charlevoix St.
Nemo’s bar and grill – 1384 Michigan Ave.
Dakota Inn Rathskeller – 17324 John R St.
Tom’s Tavern – 10093 W. Seven Mile Rd.
Frank’s Eastside Tavern – 126 Avery St., Mount Clemens
Roma Cafe – 3401 Riopelle St.

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11 Great Detroit Restaurants to Try That Are Not New

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Cadieux

From Hell Yeah Detroit

If you only have the weekend to get out and dine, and don’t want to wait 2 hours for a table, we thought we would put together a list of Detroit restaurants that have been around a long time … This list covers the economic and gastronomic spectrum, something to scratch any culinary itch, and gives everyone another reason to explore Detroit.

Polish Village Cafe – 2990 Yemans St., Hamtramck
Red Hots Coney Island – 2 Victor St, Highland Park
Giovanni’s Ristorante – 330 S. Oakwood Blvd.
Jacoby’s German Biergarten – 24 Brush St.
El Nacimiento Mexican Restaurant – 400 Vernor Highway
CadieuxCafe Detroit – 4300 Cadieux Rd.
Capers Steakhouse, Home of ‘Steak by the Ounce’ – 4726 Gratiot Ave.
Dakota Inn Rathskeller – 17324 John R St.
Scotty Simpson’s Fish and Chips – 22200 Fenkell Ave.
The Turkey Grill – 8290 Woodward Ave.
Ivanhoe Cafe – Polish Yacht Club – 5249 Joseph Campau Ave.

Read the complete article with a description of each eatery.

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