Flint's metropolitan area is the fourth largest in Michigan, and Flint itself is the fifth largest city in the state. It's best known for being the birthplace of GM, but it's also the home of many excellent bars and restaurants that you may want to hit when you rent a party bus from us. Flint comprises all of these zip codes: 48501, 48502, 48503, 48504, 48505, 48506, 48507, 48509, 48519, 48529, 48531, 48532, 48550, 48551, 48552, 48553, 48554, 48555, 48556, 48557, and 48559. Whether you're in town for the Flint Jazz Festival, the Michigan Storytellers Festival, or Back To The Bricks (a popular car show), you'll need to eat and get some drinks. Let's check out the best restaurants and bars in those areas.
Luigi's Restaurant - Luigi's is the best place in Flint for great Italian food and pizza. The food is wonderful, they serve you very large portions, and the service is very friendly. They are known for their thin crust pizza, as well as their steaks, ravioli, salads, lasagna, and fish. They have been in business since 1955 for a reason! You'll find them on Davison Rd, between Franklin and Dort Hwy.
Empress of China Restaurant - This excellent Chinese restaurant features food made with the freshest ingredients, plus a buffet for those who love all you can eat. Extremely clean, great atmosphere, and excellent service. You'll find this Asian gem on South Dort Hwy, between Lapeer and Atherton.
Fuddruckers - Fuddruckers is always a favorite. Really fun atmosphere, delicious food, low prices. You know the burgers are excellent, but don't pass up the salads and other sandwiches because they are winners too. Picky eaters will love the fact that you top your own burgers at the toppings bar. Good times. You'll find this one on Austins Parkway north of Miller Rd.
Sagano Japanese Bistro - Sagano is a wonderful place to enjoy sushi, steaks, seafood, and noodle dishes. There's something for everybody here including vegetarians. The prices are reflective of the quality of course, as all Japanese restaurants are. But it's definitely worth it. You'll find Sagano on S Linden Rd, south of Corunna Rd.
Halo Burgers - Halo Burger is a Flint classic. The locals will tell you that you can't find a better burger. We'd also recommend the onion rings, and the Boston Coolers are great to wash it all down. You'll find Halo Burger on South Saginaw St, northwest of E 5th Street.
White Horse Tavern - The White Horse Tavern is a cozy and casual bar where you can enjoy your drinks along with some trivia and video games. You can of course grab lunch or dinner here too, including pizza. Even breakfast--try that super omelette, it's fantastic. You'll find this bar on W Court St, between 5th St and S Grand Traverse St.
Torch Bar & Grill - The Torch Bar & Grill is a comfortable downtown bar reminiscent of the bar on Cheers. It's cigar friendly, and you can catch the games on their TV. Really excellent food here, some of the best burgers we've ever had. We'd also recommend the onion rings and cheese sticks, and the wedge fries are so good. Torch is located on Buckham Ave just off Saginaw St.
Soggy Bottom Bar - The atmosphere here is great. It's all been remodeled recently, with lots of gorgeous wood and mirrors to reflect the light. There are live bands Wednesday thru Saturday. Soggy Bottom Bar is located on Martin Luther King Ave south of 5th Ave.
Machine Shop - Catch hot concerts here, get your drink on, enjoy the loud atmosphere, and even shoot some pool. If you like to party hard, let our party bus take you to the Machine Shop. Located on South Dort Hwy, north of E Atherton Rd.
Maxie's Food & Spirits - Cool place to hang out with your friends, have a great bite to eat, and wonderful drinks from the full bar. On Sunday nights they have stand up comedians providing the entertainment, and karaoke in the middle of the week. This is an over 30 crowd so you can actually have some conversation with your drinks. You'll find Maxie's on W Hill Rd, at the intersection with Torrey Rd.