At Thee New Green Street Tavern, new friends and old regulars get together over beer and classic Irish pub fare. As you might expect, the menu includes emerald-isle staples, such as fish 'n' chips or and shepherd's pie along with 18 beers on tap. On weekends, live DJs and karaoke adds an extra dose of festivity. The tavern exudes a delightfully divey, neighborhood-pub charm, with flourishes such as shamrocks, neon beer signs, and a stuffed and mounted deer head over the bar.
Lauded as "a destination worth discovering" by Tour Lake St. Clair, Tryst Food and Spirits entices diners to its waterfront eatery with heaping portions of seafood and steak-house-style cuisine. Chefs pair calamari with homemade amogio sauce, adorn charbroiled, 20-ounce rib eyes with sautéed mushrooms, and top homemade ricotta gnocchi with homemade meat sauce. Guests can enjoy their meals in a glass-walled dining room with stunning lake views, upon a spacious three-tiered patio deck, or at an outdoor tiki bar right on the waterfront. An outdoor stage hosts frequent live entertainment, while a fire pit keeps guests toasty until 1 a.m. every Wednesday through Saturday. Along with Tryst's roomy parking lot, the docking area's 26 deep-water wells accommodate boats or saddled marlin anywhere from 15 to 50 feet in size.
The chefs at Emils Buffalo Tavern cook a variety of hearty pub dishes, but they are best known for one thing—their buffalo burger. These grilled sandwiches pair well with draft brews, cocktails, and soda pops alike, and you can order them alongside popular staples such as chicken wings, nachos, and tacos. Every so often, local musicians take the stage and turn the tavern into a dancehall, and when the weather is nice, the restaurant opens its patio and gives discounts to meteorologists.