Whether you are entertaining guests during the holidays or just looking for something new to try, Flint & Genesee has several joints that house unique experiences for patrons. From igloos to winter bars and everything in between, here are some of the most unique places to dine in Flint & Genesee.
Fenton Fire Hall
This converted fire station operated by the Union Joints in downtown Fenton is a unique place on its own, however, in the wintertime, it becomes more of a staple with outdoor igloo seating available for reservation.
The Flint Farmers’ Market rooftop bar, Market Tap, has a great view of downtown Flint and is a great way to spend a chilly winter night. With a heated patio that hosts live music, Market Tap is a great place to hang out.
Relief and Resource Co.
Located behind the taqueria El Topo is Fenton’s own speakeasy. Behind the Pringles machine is a fun and unique bar specializing in pre-prohibition and tiki cocktails. The bar also serves food from its front business El Topo as well as charcuterie options.
This local taqueria and tequila bar has two locations in Genesee County, one in Flint and the other in Fenton. In Flint, you can dine outside at all times of the year thanks to the outdoor igloo seating available at this local establishment.
Barley & Vine
This local Flint bar features wall-mounted televisions with gaming consoles, traditional pub games such as darts and foosball, novel games like wall-mounted connect four and giant Jenga and classic board games. The local establishment also hosts live events and movie nights.
Next to the Capitol Theatre in downtown Flint, The Eberson offers a unique experience to its patrons in the form of arcade games. The adult arcade offers a variety of classic games including Galaga, Ms. Pac-Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Mortal Kombat 3.