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Doc’s Sports Retreat

19265 Victor Pkwy. (Seven Mile Rd.) Send to Phone
734-542-8162 | Menu
With 100-plus TVs, sports fans are in heaven at this casual joint.

Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sun.
Open late

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Doc’s Sports Retreat Restaurant Review

: "Doc" is a former U.S. National Team weightlifter and confirmed sports addict, who often chats with patrons at the booths, tables and counters of this large restaurant devoted to all things sports, all the time, as evidenced by its 100-plus flat-screen TVs. There are even small TVs at each booth. We always lead off with nachos, either chicken or ground beef atop tortilla chips with olives, onions, avocados, jalapeños and cheddar-jack cheese. Pizzas hit a home run, too (try the margherita). Calzones are a favorite as well. Among sandwiches, we recommend the French dip and the Reuben, made with turkey breast in place of corned beef. Top entrées include bourbon-glazed salmon and smoky baby-back ribs. Prime rib makes the cut on weekends. Some 30 draft beers are available on tap. Bar offerings include cocktails such as The Brazilian Cosmo (Absolut Mango and Cointreau mixed with lime, cranberry and orange juices), as well as a limited selection of red, white and blush wines. Enjoy the weekly events like Monday night's Kids Eat Free, My Trivia Live on Tuesday, and drink specials most days.


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