Although 94% of the ref’s calls are incorrect, hostilely confronting him at his son’s birthday party is illegal. Give sportpinions their proper venue with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $25 worth of pub grub and potables. Choose from two locations:
- George Murphy’s on 7 Mile Road in Livonia
- Coach’s Corner Bar and Grill on Farmington Road in Livonia
Featuring a full menu of savory dishes, George Murphy’s simultaneously satisfies cravings for both hearty food and golf. The panoramic view of Fox Creek golf course adds a beautiful backdrop to a basket of onion rings ($4.85) and lets you distract passing golf foursomes with your eerily accurate impression of a stadium pipe organ. In between bouts of hushed color commentary, sink incisors into specialty sirloin steak bites ($8.95)—tender pieces of sirloin brought to its true meaty potential by A1, teriyaki, or BBQ sauce—or warm up for winter’s chill and frost giant attacks with a bowl of homemade chili bowl ($3.95).
Ever since it was founded in 2001, Coach’s Corner has treated families, friends, and Argus-eyed sports fans to a menu packed with rib-stickable pub grub and 17 flat-screen televisions showing the latest football, college football, and clown college football games. Dive into the friendly fray while clutching appetizing onion rings ($3.95), homemade potato skins ($5.95), or a beef or chicken soft taco ($2.50). After body-slamming a tall pyramid of sliders ($1.50, or $1.55 with cheese), sate your most hippo-like hunger with an entree of beer-battered cod ($7.95) or a 12-ounce New York strip ($12.95), then head over to the bar to toss back whatever drinks the bartender will serve to a customer wearing a wet burrito ($8.95) on their head.