Brotherly love

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The first bar to open in the city that now has a beer joint on almost every corner, 7 Brothers retains all that is great about Hamtramck's celebration of tossing one back at the neighborhood bar. Better even than $1.25 Pabst and a pool table is the gregarious George, who's been behind the bar for 23 years. After just a couple of trips to 7 Brothers, you become part of the family. It's also a second home to many of Detroit's theater celebrities, so the face at the end of the bar just may be famous!

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