Deadwood Bar & Grill boasts a comfortable, inviting Adirondack atmosphere, complete with knotty pine walls, mission style furniture and unique antler fixtures. The casual, inviting environment is completed with the antler cocktail chairs, faux-trees, massive rustic pool tables, handcrafted birch-bark decor and a breezy outdoor stone terrace, complete with campfire pit. Deadwood is a popular spot if you're looking for terrific service, premium margaritas and martinis, ice cold draft beer and an interesting wine list. Conveniently located between Six & Seven Mile on Northville Road, but far enough away from the quagmire of chain restaurants found along the Haggerty corridor.back to the top


Anything goes and everyone's comfortable at Deadwood. Whether you're having a private business lunch, a quick lunch get-together dinner to catch up with neighbors and friends, or a business meeting over lunch or dinner, the atmosphere and ambiance of Deadwood will make you feel relaxed and welcome. It doesn't matter if you are in a suit coat or jeans and a t-shirt; you can enjoy the eclectic mix of music and watch sports on one of our many TV's while sipping on our premium spirits or indulging in an unforgettable meal.back to the top


Deadwood Bar & Grill provides a unique Adirondack atmosphere. Upon entering, with the help of the antler door handles, the experience of an up-scale rustic retreat begins. There is intrigue and surprise in every square foot, including the knotty pine walls, unique oriental rungs, handmade rustic furniture, stone fireplace and, of course, a full service bar. The massive hand-crafted nine foot log billiard tables, which are unlike any you've seen before, may look intimidating, but provide our customers with hours of challenge, gamesmanship and sport. The atmosphere is complete with commissioned oil paintings and an authentic Stroh Brewery billboard advertisement.back to the top


When the fickle Michigan weather permits, patrons can enjoy food and drinks on our magnificent outdoor terrace. A substantial, two level terrace that seats over 100 people, is unlike any you will find in the western metro Detroit suburbs. Constructed with rough tumbled stone, with the upper level covered by an awning, this beautiful place to enjoy a cocktail or dine al fresco is made complete with the campfire that provides warmth on a brisk evening.back to the top


In addition to eating generous portions of food, drinking premium spirits and simply hanging out; you can also shoot pool on our customer built nine foot, one-of-a-kind billiard's table. Handcrafted in the mountains of Idaho out of oak and aspen, this is a table that you have to see to truly appreciate. . We have six TV's strategically located so that you can enjoy any big sporting event or whatever may be showing on the screen.back to the top


Deadwood Bar & Grill has been several different restaurants over the years. For many years it was known as Riffle's, back in the days before I-275 or even 12 Oaks Mall. Business inevitably declined, and Riffle's changed ownership and several different restaurants quickly came and went, with the latest being named Timber Creek. In 1999 we bought the failed restaurant that everyone said was "...too far way from Haggerty Road" and made major renovations and improvements, opening in November 1999 as Deadwood Bar & Grill. Again, to comments from the critics that " ... there's too many restaurants around " ... "you'll never stay in business with all the chain restaurants" and the ubiquitous "'re too far away from Haggerty Road". Now, many years later, with a thriving and growing business, we're glad we have made ignoring "the experts" our unofficial mission.back to the top