Wherever you end up, the game promises to be a good one. And although you may not be in the stands, you’ll get to see the replays, hear the commentary, be warm and dry and still be able cheer with the crowds. Go Green!
I have to tell you that I could live on Midtown Brewing Company’s appetizers alone. Sure they’ve got great sandwiches, fish and chips, tacos and burgers, but the apps? Wowza. There’s Brussel sprouts, fried pickles, spinach artichoke dip, soft pretzels and cinnamon donuts to start with. Add on a great craft beer selection and ciders and let’s all settle in to watch the game.Read More
These are great sports bars. I guarantee there will be lots of yelling and some friendly ribbing going on when the game begins. Guests at Reno's East can see where Tom Izzo, Suzy Merchant and other MSU coaches hold weekly radio shows during their respective seasons.
A quick walk for the downtown lunch and after-work dinner crowd, the Nuthouse greets visitors with a wall full of large screen TVs as they enter. It only gets better from there as dual bars let you belly-up near strategically placed flatscreens to monitor multiple games at once. The Nuthouse has been voted Lansing's best sports bar.Read More
The MSU campus is a free-throw's distance from the Roadhouse and the Roadhouse Pub, each of which are staples for gametime brews and a bite to eat. There is never a bad seat when you settle in to choose a drink from 24 taps and the award-winning menu, which includes weekend breakfast options. The pub, located behind the Roadhouse, has a smaller menu but comes with an extra edge of enthusiasm and energy.Read More