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Sweetwater Tavern


400 E Congress St, Detroit
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Looking to catch a game, grab a beer, and eat some wings? Sweetwater is the answer. Staying near the Renaissance Center or Hart Plaza for a work event and want some wings? Go to Sweetwater. Are you sitting on a friend’s couch and are suddenly overrun with the urge to eat delicious chicken wings? Hear us out - you should go to Sweetwater. What we’re trying to say is that Sweetwater Tavern has excellent wings and it’s the main reason we keep going back to this downtown classic. The ribs, rib tips, burgers, and general bar food are also all good, in case this is the one time in your life when you don’t in fact want wings.

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