Chances are, you won't be making the trip to New Orleans for this year's Super Bowl.
If you're looking for a place in Farmington or Farmington Hills to watch the Baltimore Ravens battle the San Francisco 49ers, consider hitting one of these local spots before the 6:30 p.m. coin toss:
- Basement Burger Bar
- Grand Tavern
- John Cowley & Sons
- Page's Food & Spirits
If you're looking for an alternative, Drakeshire Lanes hosts a game-watching party. Reservations are recommended for this event, which includes unlimited bowling, shoe rental, food and entry for door prizes. Cost is $20 per person; call 248-478-2230.
Wherever you watch the Harbowl – a Super Bowl clash between brothers Jim Harbaugh, the 49ers coach, and John Harbaugh, who coaches the Ravens – dazzle your friends by telling them about these Michigan connections to the big game:
San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh was a star quarterback at the University of Michigan in the 1980s. Another former Wolverine is Jonathan Goodwin, a center for the 49ers.
Michigan State also has representatives in Garrett Celek, a tight end for the 49ers, and Trenton Robinson, a safety for the 49ers.
In addition, San Francisco offensive tackle Joe Staley played football at Central Michigan.
For Baltimore, Ravens offensive line coach Andy Moeller is a Michigan graduate.
Where will you be watching the big game? Tell us in a comment.