If you’re looking for comfort, adventure and the right amount of laid-back fun, look no further than the Deadwood Bar & Grill. Located in Northville, Michigan, Deadwood’s eclectic menu focuses on the art of the feast. From hearty burgers to scrumptious salads, we are best known for our wild game offering, including the famous Road Kill Grill, a full platter of roast venison, broiled quail and wild boar sausage.
Come for the food and stay for the fun! Play a game of billiards on our handcrafted, 9-foot pool tables, created from oak and aspen from the Idaho mountains. Catch a game on one of our six televisions and grab a craft beer, classic martini or Old School Margarita while you sit back, relax, and enjoy the mountain vibes!
Stop by during our anniversary week (mid-February) for our Customer Appreciation Event. The entire week is filled with giveaways, games, surprises and drink specials. Check back in January for exact dates.
To host a your next party at the Deadwood Bar & Grill, please contact us below.
Reservations and Waitlist Policy
We accept reservations for groups of 8 or more before 5:30 pm. After 5:30 pm, groups of 8 or more may call the day of and have the party's name added to the waitlist. Special events or larger groups should call to speak with a manager to accomodate any special needs.
Our Sister Venues
The Moose Preserve
Dishing out Certified Black Angus steaks, fresh fish, famous Jack Daniels BBQ Ribs and buffalo burgers since 1990. The Moose Preserve has a lively, fun, "been there forever" hunting lodge atmosphere (complete with rustic pine tables, neon signs, quarter pool tables, deer & fish mounts, and the award-winning Dog Wall). Known for excellent service, premium margaritas and martinis, ice cold draft beer and an interesting wine list, all with a delightful heated outdoor patio. Always busy, always fun, make sure you save room for hot, baked-to-order chocolate chip cookies.
43034 North Woodward
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Phone: (248) 858-7688
Fax: (248) 858-7227
Comfortable casual dining in a magnificent Adirondack-style lodge, complete with stone fireplaces, soaring cathedral ceilings and massive antler chandeliers. Featuring Black Angus steaks, fresh fish and wild game, BBQ ribs, salads, sandwiches, burgers and baked-to-order desserts. There's live entertainment on weekends. Camp Ticonderoga has a beautiful outdoor terrace overlooking the Sylvan Glen golf course.
5725 Rochester Road
Troy, MI 48085
Phone: (248) 828-2825
Fax: (248) 828-2825
The White Horse Inn
The White Horse Inn is Metamora’s oldest building, originally developed in 1848 by Daniel Ammerman, who used it as a general store. Two years later, it was purchased by Lorenzo Hoard, who turned it into an inn and stagecoach stop known as the Hoard House, which charged 50 cents for overnight guests. Completely renovated in 2014, The White Horse Inn has been given new life. Each area in the restaurant was carefully created and designed with the past in mind. The decor also brings in an equestrian theme, paying homage to the stagecoach and fox-hunting days of yesteryear.
The menu is just as classic, with reimagined twists on comfort food like Cowboy Mac and Cheese, Chicken Pot Pie and W.H. Pickles and Bread.
1 East High Street
Metamora, MI 48455
Phone: (810) 678-2276
The Iroquois Club
The Iroquois Club is north Oakland County's best banquet facility for weddings and events of all shapes and sizes. Upscale, distinctive and refined - The Iroquois Club has flexible seating for 15 - 200 people, and can capably handle any banquet or special occasion. This upscale, full-service banquet facility is competitively priced with similar venues in the Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills area. The decor of the Iroquois Club is understated, yet luxurious. The menu features classic contemporary American fare, and the white-glove service is impeccable.
43036 North Woodward
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Phone (248) 451-9653