Sunday Funday: All Day Happy Hours of Metro Detroit

By: Amber Ogden | July 31, 2015
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After a fun filled weekend, sometimes a Sunday brunch requires a Hair of the Dog. If that’s the case, or if you’d simply like to explore Sunday Funday in Metro Detroit, consider one of the following all-day happy hours of southeast Michigan:

Craft Breww City in Farmington Hills offers plenty of daylong specialties, including $2 off select draft beer, well and call drinks and all CBC martinis and signature drinks.

You’ll also find $3 street tacos (carnitas or pollo), Stella Artois, Curious Traveler, Goose Island 312 and Bell’s Two Hearted. For $4, you can get Loaded CBC Pub Fries, or a CBC Burger and chips for $5. If you’ve got an extra buck to throw in, go for the Cider Hot Wings or Pretzel Bread with Cheddar-Ale Sauce for just $6.

24Seconds of Berkley holds happy hour all day on Sundays, with $1 off all well drinks, draft beers and appetizers. Items to consider on the starting lineup include Smokehouse Street Tacos (with smoked pork, Pepper Jack cheese and coleslaw drizzled with barbecue sauce), Firehouse Nachos (topped with buffalo chicken, jalapenos, bleu cheese and Jack cheese) and Garlic Pita Bites (served with green onion ranch dip).

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Hermanns Olde Town Grille in Plymouth has $0.50 off bottle and draft beer, as well as mixed drinks on Sundays. While there aren’t any food specials on Sundays, a few appetizers like Pepper Jack Bites, Firecracker Sticks (seasoned chicken in a crispy wrap, served with chipotle ranch) or Cheddar Bacon Fries won’t set you back too much.

Carlyle Grill of Ann Arbor has well drinks, mojitos, margaritas, house wines and draft beers on special on Sundays for no more than $5.50. Small plates are served bar side only, and there are about a dozen snacks to choose from. Try the Edamame (steamed, tossed with sea salt), Meatballs al Forno (served with crostini) or Chicken Satay (marinated chicken, grilled and topped with peanut chili sauce).

Nothing makes Sunday Funday in Metro Detroit more enjoyable than kicking back with a (half priced) cocktail and a few appetizers!